As Sonoma County’s adult population grows older, additional programs and supports will be needed to serve them.
When an invasive plant is introduced into a park, it replaces the native plants, and that has implications for the native wildlife.
Struggling sugar beet farmers in the San Joaquin Valley are turning their crop into energy instead of sweetener.
The Great Recession is now safely behind us, with the nest two years expected to be a time of continuing gradual economic growth.
Supervisor Susan Gorin presented the annual State of the County Report this morning at the Doubletree Hotel in Rohnert Park, and KRCB was there to record it, as you can hear below.