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The Pope Fire broke out near the 3000 block of Chiles Pope Valley Road in Napa County.
Mayor Leah Gold said she was targeted for statements she made out of context, and stressed efforts she made for underprivileged communities.
Bridge tolls and Golden Gate ferry and bus fares will increase Wednesday to fund bridge maintenance and maintain transit service.
The sale, discharge or possession of fireworks, even the so-called "safe and sane" variety, is illegal.
A Safe Routes To School project is bringing pedestrian and traffic safety improvements to five Benicia schools and two Vallejo schools.
Solano County Animal Shelter is participating in the upcoming reduced-fee event sponsored by Bissell Pet Foundation.
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PG&E ignored the firm's history of illegal dumping and conflict with regulators, along with other red flags.
The Peninsula-based candy maker had closed for just the second time in the company's 99-year history.
Here's what to know about changes to Oliver's Market hours and actions the store is taking to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Find out if your local Northern California grocery store is open before heading out to shop on Friday's holiday, or July 4 on Saturday.
New York on Tuesday became the first state to require quarantine on travelers from California, where the coronavirus is surging.