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Fatal crash shuts down southbound Hwy 101 in San Jose
The Caltrans sweeper and a "shadow truck" behind it to protect it from traffic were traveling at about 5 mph south in the center divider of the highway, with the "shadow truck" partially in the far left highway lane, CHP Officer Ross Lee said.
Sears store in Santa Rosa to close amid bankruptcy filing
Sears filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday and announced plans to shut down 142 unprofitable stores near the end of the year, including its store in Santa Rosa Plaza.The question now is whether a smaller version of the company that once towered over the American retail landscape can rem
PG&E to cut power to 17,000 customers in Sonoma, Lake, Napa counties
Pacific Gas & Electric plans to shut off power for about 17,000 customers in Sonoma, Napa and Lake counties s later Sunday as part of a new effort from the utility to help prevent wildfires from starting during periods of particularly dangerous weather.
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Deputy Crashes Into Bodega Bay House During Pursuit
SONOMA COUNTY, CA – A Sonoma County deputy was hospitalized this morning after his pursuit of a speeding theft suspect ended with him crashing into a Bodega Bay home, causing the house and the patrol vehicle to catch fire, according to authorities.
2 armed holdups in west Santa Rosa
Detectives suspect the same man was involved in both holdups, which happened Saturday and Sunday in the area of Stony Point Road and Dutton Avenue, detective Sgt. Josh Ludtke said Monday.
First phase of Highway 101’s ‘Big Pave’ nearly complete
“This is one of the worst stretches of highway in the Bay Area, and we couldn’t be more excited to be completing phase one,” said state Sen. Mike McGuire, D-Healdsburg. “A promise was made to keep the initial phase on time and on budget, and that promise was kept.”
More Than Half of Student Loan Borrowers Not Setting Aside Money, But Ameritech Financial Argues It Is Possible
ROHNERT PARK, Calif., October 15, 2018 (Newswire.com) -A recent survey showed thatstudent loans are keeping 66 percent of borrowers from savingas much money as they would like. As the second-highest household expense in the U.S., student loans can present a major hurdle in an individual’s budget. Wh
PG&E: Power cuts planned in northern Napa County amid fire risk warning
PG&E on Sunday advised about 5,800 customers Upvalley to expect a planned power outage amid a red flag weather warning for elevated fire risk. The notice was issued in a Nixle alert shortly before 5:30 p.m.In a news release, the utility said it would begin proactively cutting off electricity for saf
Highway 1 shut down near Bodega Bay after sheriff's deputy crashes during chase
The crash was first reported around 5:12 a.m. in the 600 block of state Highway 1 near Smith Brothers Road, the CHP said. The patrol unit was pursuing a vehicle when it crashed near a home, according to the CHP. The home was evacuated.
Power cut to 2,300 PG&E customer in Calistoga
If you were to walk into All Seasons Bistro you would see nothing but candles and flashlight. When we walked into their kitchen and spotted an extra bin of ice they got very excited. They worked quickly to get that ice into the freezer because they've got about $10,000 worth of food for the restaura
Arrests Made in Stabbings in Santa Rosa, Petaluma Over the Weekend
Brandon Puehse of Petaluma was arrested after stabbing a male victim early Saturday morning near 4th and B streets. Puehse had fled the area after the stabbing, but was located by officers a short while later with witnesses identifying him as the attacker. Puehse was arrested for assault with a dead
20 things people who grew up in 1960s Sonoma County will remember
If you were lucky enough to grow up here, the people, places and events of the era are likely etched into your memory.
Essential California: A company owned by a congressman's in-laws comes under scrutiny - Los Angeles Times
William Wages, principal owner of Vortex Construction in Bakersfield, says he is one-eighth Cherokee Indian, which allowed him to win contracts set aside for minorities. Wages is the brother-in-law of House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy. (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times)
PG&E shuts off power, schools closed because of high winds, fire danger
CALISTOGA, Calif.- PG&E shut down power to 17,000 customers In Northern California because of the high wind and red flag fire conditions Sunday night.
Two men injured, third arrested in Santa Rosa stabbing
During the altercation, the assailant reportedly pulled out a knife, stabbing one of the victims numerous times in the upper body and cutting the other man on the left hand and torso.
Sheriff's Vehicle Crash Sparks House Fire in Sonoma County
The crash occurred shortly after 5 a.m. in the 600 block of state Highway 1 near Smith Brothers Road, authorities said. A Sonoma County Sheriff's deputy was pursuing a vehicle suspected in recent thefts when he crashed into the home, according to the Sheriff's Office. The suspect vehicle was traveli
Video: Sneak peak of today's opening of Russian River's new Windsor brewpub
Russian River Brewing Co. will open its $50 million brewery in Windsor Thursday morning, enabling one the nation’s most beloved craft beer brands to expand distribution, while providing a topflight visitor experience at a brewpub likely to become one of Sonoma County’s busiest tourist destinations.
Wait grows longer for pot businesses in Santa Rosa
Some of the vacant positions, if filled, would be expected to work at least part-time on cannabis projects. That includes an assistant city attorney as well as a building inspector, city planner and program specialist in the Planning and Economic Development Department.
Santa Rosa area couple, together 70 years, move into home built a year after Tubbs fire
La Rae and Leo Lefor stood in the dining area of their newly rebuilt house outside Santa Rosa on Monday, one year after the historic Tubbs fire leveled the home they built on the same rural Rincon Valley area property decades ago.As La Rae walked through the room using a cane, the 84-year-old Wallac