His Remember Them monument features likenesses of 25 famed humanitarians, from Rosa Parks to Nelson Mandela, Helen Keller to Harvey Milk.
A rally in support of law enforcement drew about 100 people Wednesday evening in Napa.
Napa restaurants are expecting to be busy Memorial DAy as many have just reopened their doors. But the dining experience is not what it used to be.
There have been six deadly officer-involved shootings in the Bay Area since Easter.
A growing number of businesses around the state and nation continue to openly defy orders that they keep their non-essential businesses closed until coronavirus science informed officials say they can open.
The person died on Thursday, and the health department was notified on Friday.
Friday night, the family of Douglas Davis Jr., 54, held a vigil at the site, determined that his murder not fade from memory.
A Richmond man was sentenced to 16 years and eight months in prison Tuesday for sexual penetration, burglary and vandalism involving women using portable toilets at the 2019 BottleRock festival in Napa and another festival in Alameda County.
If you wanted to see the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Dave Matthews Band rock out on stage at this year's BottleRock, you may have to sit this one out.
Organizers of the BottleRock festival announced the lineup of this year's music event.
The owner of the wine-cave at the center of the Democratic debate stage flare-up responded to being thrust into the spotlight.
Greg Lee reports.
Police said Andrew Mueller was last seen at CrossWalk Community Church on First Street in Napa. Mueller is 6-feet-2-inches tall, 240 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a gray sweatshirt, black waist-length leather coat, black shorts with a red strip and orange tennis shoes. He may have a tattoo on his upper left arm.
Pete Buttigieg is scheduled to attend a Napa Valley dinner in Rutherford tomorrow. Cory Booker has fundraising events in Berkeley and Palo Alto.
Wildfire safety complaints voiced to PG&E by a veteran lineman were ignored and led to his termination, according to a $7.6 million lawsuit filed against the bankrupt utility.
A Napa police officer who shot and killed an armed man last year will not be charged by the district attorney.
Napa Valley Film Festival Director of Marketing Emma Steele talks about this year's events on The Four with KTVU's Alex Savidge.
Commercial cannabis activities, including processing and sales, will be prohibited during the public input process, but delivery of cannabis products by licensed commercial cannabis businesses operating outside the unincorporated areas will continue.
A winemaker from Napa was sentenced on Friday to five months in prison for his involvement in the college admissions scandal.
Students who are formerly homeless or struggled with substance abuse have learned cooking skills, which have led to careers and a new start. KTVU's Debora Villalon reports from Napa where the Salvation Army culinary school is a recipe for success.