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Grass fire burning in San Jose
SAN JOSE (KRON) - Crews are on scene of a grass fire Tuesday morning in San Jose, according to Cal Fire.The fire started around 8:15 a.m. at 600 Metcalf Rd.About ten acres of grass is burned.Officials say it shouldn't grow to more than 15 acres before crews get the flames under control.Five engines,
Sonoma County To Pay $1.9M In Man's SWAT Raid Death
SONOMA COUNTY, CA — Sonoma County has agreed to a $1.9 million civil rights lawsuit settlement with the family of a man who killed himself during a raid by the county's sheriff's office SWAT unit in 2014. The suit was filed in U.S. District Court in San Francisco on Feb. 27, 2015 by family members o
County to pay $1.9 million in Santa Rosa standoff that ended in suicide
The family of Glenn Swindell, a 39-year-old grocery store employee, sued the county and the deputies involved, claiming the Sheriff’s SWAT unit launched an unnecessary, militarized siege that lasted over 12 hours on Swindell’s home that drove the man to take his own life.
Petaluma Make 3 DUI Arrests Over Weekend
PETALUMA, CA — Petaluma police over the weekend made three arrests for alleged DUI offenses. In the first incident, officers were dispatched at 9:17 p.m. Saturday to a report of a hit-and-run crash in the 200 block of N. Water Street, Petaluma police Sgt. Lance Novello said in a news release.
Healdsburg's Week-Ahead Weather Forecast
4-day Forecast for HealdsburgToday, partly cloudy tomorrow morning.Tuesday July 17Partly cloudy in the morning. High 91, low 60.Chance of precipitation: 0%. Wind 3 mph from the SWWednesday July 18Partly cloudy throughout the day. High 92, low 63.Chance of precipitation: 1%. Wind 2 mph from the SWThu
Santa Rosa police offer reward in thwarted coin heist
Police hope a $2,500 reward will help garner tips leading to the arrest of two men who attempted to hold up a west Santa Rosa coin store on Saturday morning, the third robbery reported at the business in a little over two weeks.
Trespasser Beats Up Sonoma County Man In Own Driveway: SCSO
SONOMA COUNTY, CA — A 59-year-old man was assaulted early Sunday morning after he confronted a man blocking his driveway, the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office said. The victim said he returned home around 1:30 a.m. and found a man and a woman in a white sedan in front of his driveway in the 3500 block
Mom reaches plea deal in vehicular manslaughter of daughters
SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) - A California mother facing charges of gross vehicular manslaughter of her children after losing control of her car and plunging into the Petaluma River has reached a plea agreement. The San Francisco Chronicle reports Sonoma County Deputy District Attorney Brian Staebell sa
SR maintenance worker suspected of stealing women’s clothes, including underwear
Cornell Holiday used his work keys to enter the apartment of a woman who lived at the Boas Drive complex when she was not home, Santa Rosa police said Monday. He took some of her clothes, including underwear, police said.
Ameritech Financial: American University Students Remain Food and Housing Insecure | Markets Insider
ROHNERT PARK, Calif.,July 16, 2018/PRNewswire/ --Â Food and housing stubbornly remain problematic to secure for many college students, reportsthe Wisconsin Hope Lab. In the largest national survey of basic security needs for university students, researchers found that 36 percent of four-year college
Hotel opens, apartments renting
Two-part project near Dry Creek RoadA new hotel on Dry Creek Road opened this weekend, and a housing project behind it is filling up.Hotel Trio was built by Seaview Investors, from Southern California. When Seaview purchased the Engelke Construction yard along Dry Creek Road, across from Big John’s
Alleged Masturbating In Public Gets Petaluma Man Arrested
PETALUMA, CA — A Petaluma man was arrested Sunday on suspicion of indecent exposure after he was allegedly seen masturbating on his apartment balcony, which overlooks the complex's pool, police said in a news release. Officers with the Petaluma Police Department responded at 7:30 p.m. Sunday to an a
Police: Man caught masturbating on balcony above pool
PETALUMA, Calif. -- (KRON) -- A man is accused of indecent exposure after allegedly masturbating above a pool in Petaluma on Sunday, according to Petaluma Police Department.Around 7:30 p.m. officers responded to an apartment complex on the 150 block of Ellis St.Callers reported a man, later identifi
Locally made film on Tubbs fire making its debut
Since the devastating Tubbs wildfire roared through Santa Rosa on Oct. 9, driven by high winds, at least several books’ worth of printed reports and hoursmiles of television news footage have documented the event in meticulous detail.
Petaluma man suspected of indecent exposure
A 24-year-old Petaluma man was arrested Sunday on suspicion of masturbating in public, police said.Residents of an apartment complex reported a man exposing himself and engaging in sexual behavior about 7:30 p.m. on a second floor balcony overlooking a shared pool, according to police.Officers found
Two Drivers Who Switched Seats Arrested For Dui Saturday
The driver, Rudolf Giancola, 28, of Cotati, showed signs of intoxication when he was contacted in the 800 block of Petaluma Boulevard North, Novello said.
1 Person Taken To Hospital After Being Struck By Vehicle In Hit-And-Run Collision
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Maxing out on New York-deli fare at Mac’s in Santa Rosa
Attending college at New York University wasn’t kind to my waistline. I walked a lot to get around Manhattan, yet the exercise often led me past the city’s many, many aptly named New York delis. Geez, a mile-high, juicy hot pastrami layered with coleslaw on an onion roll … who could resist?
Santa Rosa coin shop employee unharmed after armed robbery, police say
“There was a confrontation that ensued during the armed robbery and one of the suspects fired a gun at an employee,” Cregan said, adding that the employee was not injured by the gunfire.
Summer Nights on the Green: Wonderbread 5, Aug. 2
Now in its 17th season, Windsor's signature summer event is a 2-hour free concert on the Town Green, with a family-friendly atmosphere. Come hungry! There are many food booths and restaurants surrounding the Town Green from which to choose. Parking is available at Windsor High School, with round-tri