Police Searching For Missing Fairfield Woman And GrandchildrenA 75-year-old Fairfield woman and her young grandchildren have not been seen since Nov. 24 and were the focus Wednesday of an intense search throughout Northern California, authorities said.
Bay Area Storm Leads To Power Outages Across The RegionCrews are working to restore electricity to over 20,000 PG&E customers Tuesday night in the Bay Area, a PG&E spokesperson said.
Chemical Spill At Tamalpais High School Pool Prompts Neighborhood Shelter-In-PlaceThe Mill Valley police and fire departments have responded to a chemical spill near the pool at Tamalpais High School Tuesday morning.
Approaching Storm Brings Rain Prep In The North BayFire crews are welcoming this first rain of the season but for others, this means a mad dash to get work done before the precipitation starts.
Fire Heavily Damages Historic 140-Year-Old Sonoma County ChurchAn early morning fire raced through Forestville's historic Church of Christ Monday, leaving the 150-year-old building's interior filled with charred pews and flame-ravaged walls.
Car Careens Into Vallejo Dollar Store; 6 People InjuredA silver sedan careened into a Vallejo Dollar Store Thursday afternoon, crashing through the front window, slamming into shelves and injuring six people before it came to rest deep inside the building.
Man Gets 15 Years For Fatal Stabbing In Sonoma Marijuana GrowA Michigan man who was convicted in September of the second-degree stabbing murder of a man at a marijuana grow in Sonoma County was sentenced.
PG&E Issues "All Clear"; Power Being Restored To Wine Country Homes Pacific Gas & Electric launched a fleet of helicopters and an army of ground crews throughout Wine Country Thursday, searching for any damage to lines and equipment as the utility continued to restore electricity to homes and businesses blacked out during the most recent planned power outage.
PG&E Begins Power Restoration As Sonoma County Residents Face Bitter ColdParts of Sonoma County are going through their fifth Public Safety Power Shutoff of the season. But this time around, those without power face the bitter cold as well as fire danger.
Man Arrested For Spraying Novato Movie Theater Crowd With Fire ExtinguisherA Fairfield man was arrested for spraying a movie theater crowd with a fire extinguisher in Novato, police said Wednesday. 
Whales In Prime Crabbing Area Could Delay California's Commercial Crab SeasonCalifornia's commercial crab season may be delayed until December due to a large number of whales that could be entangled in the prime crabbing area of Bodega Bay.
Power Outages: Thousands Of Santa Rosa Residents Face Night Lit By CandlelightNearly 50,000 Wine Country homes and businesses began going dark Wednesday morning in the latest round of Pacific Gas and Electric power outages, but hours later weather conditions had improved enough to allow the cancellation of planned blackouts in five other Northern California counties.
Uncertainty Over PG&E's Planned Public Safety Shutoffs Leaves Marin Businesses Feeling PowerlessScaling back its original plan, PG&E announced that only residents in Napa, Solano and Sonoma counties would be affected by the public safety power shutoffs. All the uncertainty has left many small businesses feeling powerless, whether the lights are on, or not.
Homeless Encampment Dogs Attack, Seriously Injure Santa Rosa WomanA Santa Rosa woman was attacked and seriously injured by dogs living in a homeless camp that has reportedly existed for more than five years. Residents are starting to ask: When will someone be held accountable?
Prosecutors: Man Accused In Cold Case Murder Of Marin County Woman A Suspected Serial KillerProsecutors are branding a 73-year-old Arizona man a serial killer in a bid to convince a Nevada judge to deny bail pending trial in the killing of a Marin County woman more than 40 years ago.