San Quentin Inmate Family Members Urge Action By Newsom As Prison COVID-19 Outbreak GrowsDemonstrators gathered at San Quentin State Prison Thursday as the worsening coronavirus outbreak tallied still more infections. More than 1,300 inmates, about 40 percent of the entire population, have tested positive for COVID-19. Seven condemned inmates have died.
Healdsburg Police Investigate Shooting Late WednesdayPolice in Healdsburg are investigating a shooting late Wednesday night and whether two people who later showed up to separate area hospitals with gunshot wounds are connected to the case.
Vallejo Police Release Body Cam Video Of Fatal June 2 Officer-Involved ShootingPolice in Vallejo on Wednesday released body camera footage of the fatal officer-involved shooting on June 2 that left unarmed San Francisco resident Sean Monterrosa dead.
San Anselmo Starts History Project Documenting Life During COVID-19 PandemicThe Marin County town of San Anselmo has begun a history project to document life during the coronavirus pandemic with an eye on helping future generations.
Condemned Killer David Reed Dies While Being Treated For COVID-19; 6th San Quentin Death Row Inmate To Die Condemned killer David Reed, who had been sentenced to San Quentin's Death Row for the racially movitated murder of a Black transient near a Palm Springs restaurant in 2004, has died while being treated for a COVID-19 infection, state prison officials announced Wednesday.
Reopening: Napa Health Officials Set To Reimpose COVID-19 RestrictionsIn all of the San Francisco Bay Area, Napa County has been the most aggressive at easing COVID-19 restrictions, but a sudden rise on new cases has officials rethinking that strategy.
Man Accused Of Firing Shotgun After Vacaville ConfrontationA 49-year-old Fairfield man was arrested for allegedly firing a shotgun after he had been confronted for looking into a bedroom window from the backyard of a home in Vacaville late Sunday night.
Six San Quentin Inmates Die Of COVID-19 Since Friday; State Prison Medical Oversight ShakeupGov. Gavin Newsom said Monday getting a handle on the out-of-control COVID-19 outbreak at San Quentin state prison remains a 'top priority for our admininstration' and several remedies were being considered including the early parole of qualified inmates.
Crews Get Upper-Hand On 3-Alarm Grass Fire Burning Near Fairfield Homes, Evacuations LiftedA three-alarm fire burning in Fairfield that threatened homes in the area of Mountain Meadow Drive was under control late Monday.
Reopening: Surge In New Cases Forces Marin To Shutdown Indoor DiningCiting a surge in new cases, Marin County health officials Monday shutdown indoor dining at local restaurants as they paused the pace of business reopenings during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Sunday Morning Quake Rattles Homes In Calistoga, HealdsburgA 4.0 magnitude earthquake, with an epicenter in the geologically active Geysers area of northern Sonoma County, rattled homes in Calistoga, Healdsburg and Middletown Sunday morning.
Marin County Beaches See Lighter-Than-Normal Holiday Crowds on SaturdayAt two Marin County beaches that remained open Saturday, a lot of people showed up but examples of crowding were hard to find.
Fifth San Quentin Death Row Inmate Dies During Prison COVID-19 OutbreakWhile California has not executed a death row inmate since 2006, an out-of-control COVID-19 outbreak at San Quentin State Prison may have contributed to the death of a fifth condemned inmate on Saturday.
SMART Train Strikes Pedestrian In San RafaelA pedestrian was struck Friday evening by a Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District train in San Rafael, the agency said.
Reopening: Marin County Placed On California COVID-19 Watch ListGov. Gavin Newsom has announced that Marin County has been added to the list of California counties that are being closely monitored for increased COVID-19 activity.