Santa Rosa City Council Votes to Bar Landlords from Discriminating Against Tenants Based on Source of Income – September 26, 2019

Renting in the City of Santa Rosa could soon become easier for tenants who receive rental assistance from the federal government. The Santa Rosa City Council voted Tuesday to bar landlords from discriminating against tenants based on their sources of income. The fight is about Section 8 housing assistance – which provides funds to low […]

Behind the Scenes at one of the Nation’s Largest Cannabis Manufacturing Facilities – September 25, 2019

Ever wonder how vape oil or cannabis candies are made? On the North Bay Report, we take a tour inside one of the nation’s largest cannabis manufacturing facilities. One of the nation’s largest cannabis manufacturing facilities is right here in Santa Rosa. KRCB’s Adia White took a tour inside and tells us what happens behind […]

District Firm in Teacher Negotiations – September 20, 2019

School is in full swing. Meanwhile, the West Sonoma County Teachers Association is currently in negotiations with the West County Union High School District over salaries and benefits. KRCB News Director Steve Mencher talked with Paul Nicholas Boylan, special legal counsel for the district, about the state of negotiations and the district’s current offer. You’ll […]

School Administrators Work to Reduce Chronic Absenteeism After Wildfires – September 18, 2019

Studies show that dropping out of high school can shorten your life expectancy. Disruptions to daily life caused by recent wildfires have made getting to school harder. On the North Bay Report, find out how far some school administrators will go to keep kids in the classroom. Following a disaster, students tend to miss more […]

Counselors at Paradise Elementary Work to Support Students Through Loss – September 17, 2019

Counselors at Paradise Elementary worked with students with high rates of trauma before the Camp Fire happened. Now, they are trying to find ways to help already struggling students cope with the loss of their town. Ten months after the Camp Fire, Counselors at Paradise Unified School District are working with kids who are experiencing […]

Conversations with Women Leaders at NASA’s Ames Research Center – September 12, 2019

 At the end of August, the Silicon Valley Leadership Group hosted a forum in Mountain View to celebrate women leaders. In this excerpt from the event, Wendy Okolo, a NASA Aerospace Engineering Researcher and Hannah Gordon, a former journalist and now the Chief Administrative Officer of the San Francisco 49ers share lessons they’ve had to […]