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Sonoma's police beat: Burglary suspect loses wallet at break-in
Last Friday, an alert Boyes area resident spotted a suspicious person walking near their house and called the Sheriff’s Office. Almost simultaneously, another resident nearby reported that their cars had been broken into in their driveway.
Rohnert Park cop at center of investigation into drug seizure
Rohnert Park Public Safety Sgt. Brendon “Jacy” Tatum is no longer employed by the city amid an investigation into a mysterious drug seizure in Mendocino County, city officials said Friday.Tatum has previously been decorated by the city for his work seizing suspected illegal drugs and cash on Highway
Police identify man who allegedly shot at Napa officers
A tragedy was averted Thursday evening when Napa police, confronted by an armed 28-year-old man who fired a gun at officers, were able to subdue him in Veterans Memorial Park with non-lethal bean bag projectiles without anyone being seriously hurt.
Raceway to honor ‘Sonoma Rising’
Sonoma Rising has been featured prominently in both the advance promotion and race weekend activities surrounding the Toyota/Save Mart 350 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series event, June 22-24. The effort is intended not only to honor and support those directly affected by the fires, but also to promot
North Bay Fire victims wonder if they'll see PG&E money
Though Cal Fire and the California Department of Forestry have yet to find PG & E responsible for this fire, victims in Santa Rosa are watching very closely the company's decision to set aside billions of dollars to pay for expected losses in other places, like from the Sulphur Fire in Clear Lake.
Start your engines! NASCAR weekend rolls into Sonoma Raceway
In recognition of the devastating October wildfires that ravaged Sonoma County and the North Bay, the raceway will use its biggest weekend of the year to pay tribute to those affected, recognizing first responders and local heroes and lending its support to ongoing rebuilding efforts.
Sonoma Among Top 10 'Coolest Small Towns' In America
SONOMA, CA — Sonoma's Spanish Colonial flavor and its chic wine-tasting rooms have helped land the North Bay city in the No. 2 spot for the country's Top Ten Coolest Small Towns, according to BudgetTravel.com. Describing the city as "a wine-lover's paradise," the travel website ranked Sonoma several
EBT cards will be unavailable for 24 hours this weekend
About 28,000 Sonoma County residents who receive CalFresh, CalWORKS and or general assistance will be unable to use their ATM-type cards during a 24-hour period this weekend, county officials said Thursday.
Red-flag warnings for weekend fire danger issued for East Bay and North Bay hills
The advisories, set to last from 11 a.m. Saturday to 8 p.m. Sunday, cited gusty winds, hot temperatures and low humidity conditions expected this weekend.
Neighbors to help shape future of Sonoma Developmental Center
With Sonoma Developmental Center slated to close at the end of December, neighbors are asking one question: What next for the Sonoma Valley gem?
Professional Athlete Uses Initial Paycheck to Pay Off Sister's Student Loan; Ameritech Financial Addresses a More Likely Scenario for Borrowers - California Latino News
ROHNERT PARK, Calif.,June 22, 2018/PRNewswire/ — For a select few college athletes, student loans are not a problem. Full scholarships allow many to focus on their sport while pursuing a college education. For an extremely limited number of college athletes, a career in professional sports may even
Red flag warning, indicating extreme fire danger, released for North Bay and East Bay hills
The National Weather Service on Friday issued a red flag warning, indicating extreme fire danger, in the East Bay and North Bay hills as higher-than-normal temperatures are coupled with Diablo winds.
DUI checkpoint slated for Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa police will hold a DUI and driver’s license checkpoint at an undisclosed location from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. Friday.Officers will be stopping vehicles to check for valid driver’s licenses and signs of drunken or drugged driving, police said.The effort to crack down on drivers under the influen
Police: Man arrested after shooting at Napa officers in Veterans Park
Officers responded to the scene after dispatchers received multiple calls beginning at about 5:20 p.m. from a person asking for two specific police officers, Chief Steve Potter said. Shortly after, the person called back again to report finding a gun at Veterans Park.
Fire on BART platform closes San Francisco's Civic Center station
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High fire danger in the North Bay due to hot weather and gusty winds this weekend
A red flag warning has been issued for parts of the North Bay this weekend for high fire danger due to gusty winds, hot weather and low humidity, according to a statement from the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office.
A look back at the Sonoma-Marin Fair
Since 1939, the Sonoma-Marin Fair has entertained residents from far and wide with a plucky lineup of events from the typical to the bizarre. Centered in a town known for its love of the strange and unusual, the fair put itself on the map with its World’s Ugliest Dog Contest.
CHP: Teen driver in fatal Sonoma County crash had smoked marijuana
A Santa Rosa teen had smoked marijuana while with friends at a Sonoma Coast beach prior to losing control of his car and crashing into an oncoming vehicle, killing one of his passengers and injuring three others, the CHP said.
Sonoma Valley Fire hosts ‘hands-only’ CPR class
The Sonoma Valley Fire & Rescue Authority will be hosting a free “hands-only” CPR class from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 23, at the Sonoma Valley Fire Station, 630 Second St. W.
Wildcat shop owner picks up the pieces after downtown Napa crash
Witsil, the owner of Napa’s Wildcat Vintage Clothing shop, was working at home on her computer when her phone rang just after 7 a.m.