Sonoma County Provides Resources for Businesses Recovering from the October Wildfires – Aug 15, 2018

Fire recovery has been a difficult process for many Sonoma County residents and businesses. Ten months after the October wildfires, a number of local businesses have still not recovered. Economic development was a concern brought up by residents at a recent fire recovery community workshop hosted by Sonoma County. KRCB reporter Adia White was there […]

The Board of Supervisors Votes on New Cannabis Rules – Aug 10, 2018

Cannabis growers will see some significant changes in Sonoma County moving forward, after a contentious board of supervisors meeting on August 7th. KRCB reporter Adia White tells us what impact the discussion will have on both county residents and those in the cannabis industry. For more information on Cannabis laws in Sonoma County visit our […]

The Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria and the Redwood Empire Food Bank Announce New Partnership to Feed Those in Need – Aug 9, 2018

The Redwood Empire Food Bank and the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria are announcing a new partnership. Today, The Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria present the Redwood Empire Food Bank with a $280,000.00 check. The donation will be used to support the food bank’s efforts to feed those in need in Rohnert Park. KRCB reporter […]

Hopland Research Center in Mendocino Finds Fire Impact Mitigated by Sheep, Prescribed Burns – Aug 8, 2018

The Mendocino complex fire, the biggest in the state’s recorded history, continues to burn, with 49 percent containment. The fire damaged the Hopland Research and Extension Center, with some unexpected results. Two-thirds of the more than 5,000 acre Hopland Research and Extension Center were scorched in the River Fire last week. Reporter Sarah Reith of […]

Documentary on Nature and Wildfires: Maya Khosla’s “Searching for the Gold Spot” – Aug 7, 2018

In the middle of a deadly wildfire season, it’s hard to find any positive news about the destructive force of the flames. With wildfires burning throughout the state, fire is the subject tonight on KRCB TV as we present Searching for the Gold Spot, by filmmaker and poet Maya Khosla. The documentary describes how the […]

Cal Fire Public Information Officer Shares the Latest on the Mendocino Complex Fires – Aug 3, 2018

Containment lines are growing around the Mendocino Complex Fires, but thousands of homes are still threatened this morning/afternoon. The fires have currently burned 115,168 acres and with containment currently at 41 percent. Firefighters are concerned because a red flag warning is in effect over part of the weekend. Reporter Adia White talks with Cal Fire […]

Alliance for a Just Recovery Members Discuss Rent Control – Aug 2, 2018

A recent attempt to put rent control on the November ballot in Santa Rosa failed due to an insufficient number of signatures from registered voters. Rent control was one of many subjects at a recent meeting for the Alliance for a Just, Equitable and Sustainable Recovery. Reporter Adia White tells us more about their hopes […]

‘Alliance for a Just Recovery’ meeting starts a discussion on wildfire reconstruction and social change – Aug 1, 2018

Rebuilding after the deadly October wildfires can be about more than construction. It can also be about building a community that is safer and fairer for all residents. After the devastating October wildfires, communities across the North Bay are grappling with how to rebuild in a way that is fair, just and efficient. Community organizers […]