KPJK ReScan Day - March 9, 2020
Nearly 1,000 television stations across the country are required to move frequencies to make room for wireless internet broadband services. As a result, KPJK Channel 60 is moving frequencies on March 9, 2020.
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Lynda Hopkins Makes Her Case for a Second Term as Supervisor

Lynda Hopkins is defending her District 5 seat on the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors. Hopkins holds a master's degree in land-use policy from Stanford and is running for her second term as…

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