Public Safety Reporter
Howard Yune covers public safety for the Napa Valley Register. He has been a reporter and photographer for the Register since 2011, and previously wrote for the Marysville Appeal-Democrat, Anaheim Bulletin and Coos Bay (Oregon) World.
Former members of Hopewell Baptist Church are questioning the church's response to allegations of sexual impropriety of a youth pastor.
A family dispute Saturday escalated into a pepper-spraying incident and the arrest of an American Canyon couple, according to police.
Police are investigating a shooting outside a Napa apartment complex that sent a man to the hospital early Sunday morning.
A lease extension at the Napa Valley Expo would keep its homeless shelter open into the start of its winter season in mid-November.
Napa County is reporting a surge in COVID-19 cases that may not peak until later this month. The total case count since March topped 1,000 Wednesday, including nine deaths.
Napa will cut city road-work spending from Measure T sales-tax funds from about $8 million to less than $6 million a year through 2023.
Fewer rounds of golf are being played at Napa's municipal golf course.
A concept discussed by the Expo board would create a temporary drive-in venue for movies and music at the Napa fairground.
A 2-year-old child who got hold of the gearshift on a pickup truck caused the vehicle to strike an apartment unit, but no injuries resulted, according to police.
NVUSD leaders are reaching out to families with special-needs children who may require therapy and services even as distance learning stays in place.