Lake Sonoma Helps to Mitigate Flooding on the Russian River – February 7, 2019

As winter storms continue to roll through the region, we take a look at how local agencies are working to mitigate flooding. Winter storms are taking a toll on River Road near Geyserville. On Tuesday, the county authorized a quarter million dollars as an emergency fix. In the midst of all the rain, Reporter Adia […]

98-Year-Old Spy Talks About WW II Heroism in Petaluma – February 6, 2019

She shuns the label hero – and refused to take money offered by the French government for her courageous actions. But because of her, World War II ended more quickly, with fewer lost lives. Last night, a Jewish group in Petaluma hosted WWII French spy Marthe Cohn. The 98-year old’s 2002 memoir, Behind Enemy Lines, […]

Sonoma Mayor Amy Harrington Talks About What Will Change During her Year in Office – February 5, 2019

The number of wine tasting rooms will continue to be frozen in downtown Sonoma for the time being. We’re continuing our conversation with Sonoma mayor Amy Harrington. KRCB news director Steve Mencher talked with Harrington about why the city is limiting the number of wine tasting rooms downtown and other new policies she hopes to […]

Sonoma Mayor Amy Harrington Returns from U.S. Conference of Mayors – February 1, 2019

We just had a government shutdown and another may be on the horizon. But America’s towns and cities still need to function even when the Federal Government is closed. A bipartisan group of mayors just met in D.C. and among the attendees was Sonoma’s mayor, Amy Harrington. KRCB news director Steve Mencher talked with her […]