Analyst Forecasts One-Time $26 Billion Windfall for California BudgetCalifornia’s legislative analyst said Wednesday that the state will see a one-time, $26 billion-windfall in its next budget year, as the economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic have not been as severe as anticipated.
Ross Couple Todd and Diane Blake Sentenced In College Admissions ScandalA Marin County couple got prison time Tuesday for paying $250,000 to get their daughter into the University of Southern California as a volleyball recruit — the latest sentencing in the college admissions bribery scheme that’s roiled the worlds of higher education, sports and entertainment.
Santa Rosa 12-Year-Old Arrested For Allegedly Making 'Swatting' Call To PoliceA 12-year-old has been arrested after allegedly making a fake shooting call to Santa Rosa police that triggered a SWAT response to a local home where heavily armed officers forced the startled residents from the house late Tuesday.
More Rain Needed To Reduce Fire Danger, Stave Off Future DroughtMore than a month and a half into this year's rainy season and significant precipitation was finally falling on Tuesday in Northern California. The state could use it in more ways than one.
Sonoma County Sues PG&E Over 2019 Kincade FireThe lawsuit was filed in Sonoma County Superior Court, according to the county.
COVID Reopening: Marin County Restaurants Brace For Winter Weather Amid Indoor Dining ShutdownSkyrocketing coronavirus cases and the closure of indoor dining in parts of the Bay Area have left some restaurant owners wondering if they will be able to survive into next year.
Boater Dies In Fire Aboard Vessel In Richardson BayMarin County sheriff's officials were investigating a death aboard a boat that caught fire in Richardson Bay early Saturday morning.
Razor-Thin Margin Separates Sausalito City Council Candidates With Handful Of Ballots Left To CountTwo weeks after Election Day, the race for a seat on the Sausalito City Council is still undecided. As of Monday night, the vote margin is razor thin.
Suspect Arrested For Allegedly Randomly Firing Handgun While Cruising Through Santa Rosa NeighborhoodsA 21-year-old Santa Rosa man was in custody Monday morning after he allegedly drove through several neighborhoods intoxicated and fired shots randomly from a handgun out of his vehicle's window, authorities said.
Crews Work to Limit Fuel Spill From Sinking Barge in Petaluma RiverMultiple North Bay first-responder crews set up containment booms around a barge sinking in the Petaluma River to contain any petroleum leaks and limit their spread Sunday.
1 Stabbed During Street Melee Near Santa Rosa Junior CollegeAn 18-year-old Santa Rosa man was arrested following a street brawl that left one person hospitalized with stab wounds police said Sunday.
COVID: Gov. Gavin Newsom Regrets Attending Party at French LaundryGov. Gavin Newsom expressed regret Friday for attending a birthday party at an exclusive restaurant last week, thereby ignoring his own state’s advisories on gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic.
5 Charged With Felony Vandalism for Defacing Junipero Serra Statue in San RafaelFive people arrested for damaging and tearing down a statue of Saint Junipero Serra last month at the Mission San Rafael Arcángel now face felony vandalism charges.
Solano County At Risk Of Purple Tier As COVID-19 Cases Keep Rising - 'Starting To See The Impact Of Halloween'Solano County is once again on the brink of moving back into the state's most restrictive coronavirus pandemic reopening tier due to a rate of new cases that is nearly double what is needed to remain in a lower tier.
Sea Lion Recovering After Rescue From Corte Madera Car DealershipA California sea lion is recuperating at the Marine Mammal Center after being found in the parking lot of a car dealership in Corte Madera last week, center officials said Thursday.