Female Employee Beaten During Friday-Evening Robbery of Santa Rosa PharmacyA female store employee was severely beaten during a robbery Friday night at a pharmacy in Santa Rosa, police said Saturday.
Napa Valley Looks to Restaurant Week to Help Jump-Start Economic ComebackRestaurant week kicked off in Napa Valley Friday night. It is a shot in the arm for those trying to stay in business but, for others, the pandemic has forced them to call it quits.
Wineries, Farms Impacted By Wine Country Wildfires Eligible For Last-Ditch Insurance From StateNapa wineries and others hard-hit by massive wildfires in California's wine country and elsewhere will soon be able to tap into the state's insurance plan of last resort, officials said Friday.
COVID-19 Outbreak Infects Dozens Of Staff, Inmates At Mendocino County JailAuthorities in Mendocino County said more than five dozen inmates at the county jail, along with some staff members, have been infected in a COVID-19 outbreak.
Large Tree Falls in San Jose as Gusty Winds Whip Through Bay Area HillsGusting winds in the South Bay may have contributed to a massive tree crashing down in a San Jose neighborhood Friday, crushing cars and blocking the entire road.
Fire Causes $150,000 Damage To Santa Rosa HomeA fire caused an estimated $150,000 in damage to a house in Santa Rosa on Friday morning, according to the city's Fire Department.
Vigil Set for Saturday in Santa Rosa to Bring Attention to Search for Missing MomTerra Trunick went missing in Santa Rosa on Jan. 11 last year and, while hopes of finding her alive slowly fade, family members are determined to find answers to her disappearance.
Santa Rosa Hostage Standoff Ends; Knife-Wielding Suspect Arrested; Victims Including Small Child UnharmedA tense standoff with a knife-wielding man in Santa Rosa ended early Thursday with the suspect taken into custody and several hostages rescued unharmed.
Marin Brewing Company Shutting Down After 3 Decades Due To Pandemic StrugglesThe Marin Brewing Company has been an institution in the North Bay for almost 33 years. This week, the owner announced the restaurant and brewery would be forced to close at the end of the month.
Queen Of The Valley Hospital Workers Stage Picket Over Pandemic Staffing, Pay IssuesWorkers at the Queen of the Valley Medical Center were out picketing Wednesday, claiming Napa County's largest hospital is severely understaffed and that they’re underpaid.
UPDATE: Marin Water Board Lifts Some Water Restrictions, Penalties Following Early Season StormsThe Marin Water Board of Directors has removed some customer water-use limits and associated penalties, citing "significant winter rainfall" that has replenished local reservoirs.
High-Power Weaponry Seized During Santa Rosa Safeway Parking Lot ArrestA 29-year-old Santa Rosa man was arrested Tuesday following an armed altercation inside a car in a Santa Rosa Safeway parking lot, authorities said.
Marin Water Officials May Lift Penalties For Too Much Usage After Wet Start To Rainy SeasonWater officials are considering lifting penalties for residents who use too much water, now that supply is looking much better for many parts of the Bay Area.
Marin County Hosting Public Meeting on Larkspur Homeless Housing ProjectMarin County officials announced this week they are holding a public meeting Tuesday to the public for feedback on its plan to convert a former skilled nursing facility in Larkspur into permanent housing for homeless people.
Driver Arrested Following Deadly Sonoma County Crash SundayA reckless driver allegedly caused a head-on, four-car collision that killed a 16-year-old boy, injured four and shut down state route 116 near Watmaugh Road in unincorporated Sonoma County for several hours Sunday.