North Bay News

News for and about Sonoma, Marin and Napa Counties

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  • Assembly Speaker John Pérez Welcomes the Voice of GOP Lawmakers.

• Republican Freshman Assemblyman Frank Bigelow Says He's Encouraged. /

• Parents Claim the Therapy Helped Their Teenage Sons.

• Can Final Election Results Unseat A Sworn-in Lawmaker?

Governor Brown is pleased that Proposition 30 passed, but cautions that it will not cure all the state’s budgetary woes. And he’s warning the leadership of the University of California to be more restrained in their top administrative salaries.

North Bay Report

Nov 29, 2012

Listen to KRCB's North Bay Report at 6:06 or 8:06 am, or at 5:30 pm, weekdays. Or see it online here.

The surprising fate of compostable plastic

Nov 27, 2012

Where do compostable plastic forks and knives go to die? It’s not where you’d think. In past few years compostable plastics, synthesized from plants, have exploded on to the market. But are they are not as green as they seem. KRCB’s Danielle Venton reports.

Project Censored

Before the rest of the news media unfurl their end-of-the-year lists of the biggest stories of the past 12 months, Project Censored is out with their Top 25 list of the biggest subjects that got the least coverage.

A book release party for the new Project Censored anthology, with many of the contributors speaking, will be held this coming Saturday evening, Dec. 1,  at 7 pm in the Arlene Francis Center, 99 Sixth Street in Santa Rosa.

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NorthBay News Post

Nov 20, 2012


Unemployment and the "fiscal cliff"

Nov 20, 2012

The federal budget’s “fiscal cliff” holds immediate impacts for Californians who are receiving unemployment benefits. Also, updating the “I” in DUI.

CSU Fresno

On today's California Update, the state's university students catch a break, as fee increases are delayed. Also, a statewide goal for improved health.

Proposition 37

Nov 1, 2012

New polling shows a widening gap in support for rival Propositions 30 and 38. Also, youth crime declines in California.