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.
Suspect Arrested in Fatal Shooting of 31 Year Old in Santa RosaA 31-year-old man was fatally shot during an argument Saturday near a food truck in Santa Rosa's Roseland neighborhood, police said.
Struggling Napa Businesses Falling Victim To 'COVID Burnout'The COVID pandemic has taken a financial toll on businesses throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, but Napa County somehow thrived as the local getaway. Until now.
New Ban on Mass Gatherings In Effect in Sonoma CountyIn Sonoma County this weekend falls under a new ban on mass gatherings, and a request that people stay home. It's just another discouraging setback for an area that depends on visitors.
Santa Rosa Scholar Serves Fellow Students of Color in Her CommunityNorth Bay Students Rising Above scholar Rocío Mondragón Reyes has a very special connection to the non-profit with her job as an SRA advisor, serving other young people of color in her community.
Resident Hospitalized From Fire At Petaluma ApartmentA one-alarm fire in Petaluma early Thursday morning resulted in one person being hospitalized with smoke inhalation, fire officials said.
Pliny The Younger Postponed: Russian River Brewing Pushes Back 2022 Beer Release Due To COVID-19 Omicron SurgeCiting record numbers of COVID-19 cases in Sonoma County and a recently-enacted health order, the Russian River Brewing Company announced Wednesday that its annual release of Pliny the Younger beer has been postponed to spring.
Santa Rosa Police Arrest 5 Teenage Suspected Gang Members on Multiple FeloniesPolice in Santa Rosa on Wednesday announced the Tuesday arrest of five suspected gang members ranging in age from 15 to 17 on multiple felony charges after they allegedly vandalized a vehicle and broke into a home in a targeted attack.
Napa Crash Blocks Silverado Trail With Downed Power LinesA crash in Napa brought overhead lines down on Silverado Trail Wednesday morning and police are asking the public to avoid the area while crews work on repairs.
COVID: South Bay Coronavirus Case Numbers May Be Higher Than ReportedIn her monthly update on the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Sara Cody, Director of Public Health Department, suggested to the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors relief from the current Omicron surge could come as early as the end of the month.
COVID Surge: Sonoma County Residents Unhappy As Some COVID Restrictions ReturnIn Sonoma County, case numbers are rising so quickly that health officials are asking everyone to make changes.
Napa County COVID Case Rate Reaches New HighNapa County's rate of new COVID-19 cases is now the highest it has been since the pandemic began, the county's top health official said Tuesday.
Health Officer Says Omicron Wave Pushes Napa County's Case Rate to Record HighNapa County's rate of new COVID-19 cases is now the highest it has been since the pandemic began, the county's top health official said Tuesday.
COVID: Sonoma County Business Owners Worried About Impact of New Health OrderThe new Sonoma County COVID health order urging people to stay home for the next month as the omicron variant continues to fuel a surge in Bay Area cases has some local business owners concerned about their bottom line.
COVID Stay At Home: Sonoma Health Officer Urges Residents To Stay Home Amid Omicron SurgeCiting a rapid rise in COVID-19 cases due to the omicron variant in Sonoma County, health officials announced restrictions on some large gatherings and urged people to travel only when necessary for the next month.