Napa, California

Most of the Indiana mayor's lavish event was closed off to reporters ― something his opponents say should be a huge red flag.
Sens. Kamala Harris and Dianne Feinstein want answers from the FCC.
The wildfires have killed at least 40 people in the past week.
The 40 confirmed fatalities make it the state's deadliest-ever fire event.
One teen died when his family tried to outrun the fire. An older woman stopped breathing in her husband's arms as they fought to survive in a pool.
The death toll ticked up to 32 people Friday, and it's likely to climb still higher.
“I’ve been in the fire service for over 30 years, and I’m horrified at what I’ve seen," said Cal Fire public information officer Jerry Fernandez.
The death toll is up to 41, and around 40,000 people have been evacuated.
At least 21 people have been killed in the California blazes.
Officials said strong, dry winds were fanning the flames.