Sausalito Police Arrest Teen Girl Caught Driving Stolen CarPolice in Sausalito stopped a group of teenage girls Saturday afternoon, arresting the 17-year-old driver after a license plate recognition camera alerted officers that they were in a stolen car.
Sausalito Hiking Trail Shortcut Sparks Sign War Between Homeowners, HikersA shortcut to a popular hiking trail has been cut off by property owners in Sausalito who have had enough of people traversing their private street.
Coast Guard Officer Becomes Fourth Female Surfman FridayCoast Guard Petty Officer 1st Class Krystyna Duffy became the fourth active female surfman in the service during a ceremony at Coast Guard Station Golden Gate in Sausalito Friday.
Suspected Pirate Arrested For Stealing Sausalito TugboatA suspected pirate is under arrest in the North Bay.
Howling Winds Topple Trees; Knock Down Power LinesWinds gusting up to 65 mph on Mount Diablo howled through the San Francisco Bay Area Saturday, toppling trees and branches and knocking out power to more than 6,000 PG&E customers.
Sausalito Driver In Fatal Van Crash On Hwy 101 IdentifiedThe Marin County coroner's office has identified a driver who died in a solo-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 101 in Sausalito on Sunday morning as Jose Martinez, 23, of Sausalito.
Wet Roadways Trigger Fatal Crashes On 101 And 80A delivery van traveling too fast for the wet conditions, careened out of control and flipped over in the southbound lanes of Highway 101 in Sausalito, ejecting the driver who died at the scene.
License Plate Readers Help Police Nab Suspected Carjacker In SausalitoLicense plate readers helped police catch a suspected carjacker. The cameras helped investigators, but they are prompting privacy concerns.
Grass Fires Burn Hillside Along Highway 101 In SausalitoTwo vegetation fires burned along U.S. Highway 101 in Sausalito Tuesday afternoon, prompting some evacuations and shutting down southbound lanes of 101.
Sausalito Forum Focuses On Preserving California Marine SanctuariesScientists and Bay Area lawmakers on Wednesday took part in a public forum in Sausalito to discuss the importance of marine sanctuaries.
Dozens Of Sea Lions Sickened With Domoic Acid Poisoning Something in the water has made dozens of sea lions sick, leaving experts at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito scrambling to help them.
Sausalito Moves To Make Water Safe From Abandoned BoatsAny boater who has spent any amount of time on the water in Richardson Bay likely has a story that pertains to anchor outs. Few of them are good.