In Napa, a fundraiser is underway for the family of a Southern California firefighter murdered by a co-worker.
Firefighters in Napa are working to contain a blaze at a commercial building near the Napa County Airport.
Napa's fire department is burning up social media with a new safety video.
A water leak in the city of Napa is affecting water pressure from Old Sonoma Road to Redwood Road in Browns Valley, city officials said Thursday afternoon.
Federal prosecutors say a Northern California man has been charged with stockpiling weapons, including pipe bombs, and the FBI said he sent texts that could be seen as threats against the governor's office.
Detectives with the Napa County Sheriff's Office are seeking witnesses to a road rage case Thursday that left a victim hospitalized with a gunshot wound.
On social media, Ian Benjamin Rogers poses in a driver's seat, a prominent German military insignia tattooed on his arm, a symbol regarded as pro-Nazi.
Napa County deputies arrested a 44-year-old businessman Friday after he was discovered to have illegal assault rifles, automatic weapons, and a cache of explosives.
"Everything that's been inflicted upon us right now is unconstitutional and illegal. We have every right to be out here singing to the Lord, singing to Jesus, celebrating Christmas," said Francine Knittel.
The annual music festival, which hasn't happened since 2019, is now pushed to September next year.
A Napa family has built a backyard roller coaster modeled on Disney’s famous Matterhorn ride.
There's no word if structures are threatened at this time.
The fight against the Glass Fire's eastern flank took place uncomfortably close to Angwin, a population of about 3,400 and already under mandatory evacuation.
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.