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Journalist Lowell Bergman Shares Tales of a Storied Career

In the film The Insider, Al Pacino plays crusading journalist Lowell Bergman, as he takes on the tobacco industry and his bosses at the CBS newsmagazine 60 Minutes. This fall, Bergman sat before a live audience in Healdsburg and recounted stories of his career, both before and after that notable time. Bergman didn't invent investigative journalism, but he won a Pulitzer Prize, and a bushel of other awards, practicing it. And his efforts to educate young people in the art of this work have made him one of the craft's most recognizable and respected practioners. Sonoma…

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Will Fires, Outages Land California Students In ‘Disaster Relief’ Summer School?

By Ricardo Cano, CalMatters Reeling from a fire-ravaged autumn in which “disaster days” have already cost some 800,000 students days and even weeks of instruction, California educators are asking the state

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Holiday Cheer and End-of-Year Fundraiser

2019 was quite an eventful year for KRCB FM Radio 91 and the entire Bay Area. The holiday season is right around the corner and a new year is set to begin. During the Kincade Fire our transmitter for 91.1 was destroyed. We are temporarily broadcasting from our studio location in Rohnert Park. Many…

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Santa Rosa City Council Votes To Terminate Rental Price Gouging Ordinance

The Santa Rosa City Council voted Tuesday night to terminate the emergency ordinance on rental price gouging. KRCBs Adia White tells us what this means for the city’s tenants and landlords. Camille…
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Death of Petaluma Man Calls Use of Carotid Hold Into Question

The death of a Petaluma man while in the custody of the Sheriff’s Office is raising questions about law enforcement oversight. 52-year old David Ward died the day before Thanksgiving after being…
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Santa Rosa Police Department Finishes Community Listening Sessions

The Santa Rosa Police Department recently completed five community listening sessions to find out how it can better serve the community. This is the first time the police department has completed a…

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