2 Santa Rosa Police Officers Contract Coronavirus; 3rd Officer With Symptoms Being TestedTwo Santa Rosa police officers have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, while a third officer has sought medical treatment for flu-like symptoms and was awaiting test results as of Tuesday afternoon.
Vallejo Police Officer Tests Positive For Coronavirus After International TripA Vallejo police officer has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, police officials announced on Monday.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Rosa Closing All City Parks At Stroke Of MidnightThe City of Santa Rosa is closing all of its parks at the stroke of midnight on Monday, in compliance with an order from county health officials.
Coronavirus Update: Marin County Chief Medical Officer Dr. Matt Willis Tests Positive For CoronavirusMarin County's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Matt Willis, who has been leading the local battle against the coronavirus, announced Monday he has contracted the virus.
Coronavirus Update: Marin County Closes All Parks After Weekend OvercrowdingOverflowing crowds looking for relief from the shelter-in-place order forced National Park officials to announce they were severely limiting access to the Point Reyes National Seashore for at least the next two weeks.
Coronavirus Update: Napa County Confirms First 2 Cases of COVID-19Napa County Public Health is investigating the county's first two confirmed novel coronavirus cases, officials said Sunday.
Coronavirus Update: Thousands Clog Marin Roadways, Hiking Trails And Beaches Seeking Break From Shelter-In-Place Marin officials asked Bay Area residents seeking outdoor relief from the current coronavirus shelter-in-place not to come to their county after roadways, hiking trails and beaches were clogged with thousands of visitors.
Vintners In California's Wine Country Bracing for Big Coronavirus ImpactVinters like Napa Valley’s HALL Family Wines owner Kathryn Hall are bracing for a big hit.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Sonoma County Reports Its First Coronavirus DeathHealth officials have announced Sonoma County's first death from the coronavirus, the 11th fatality from COVID-19 in the San Francisco Bay Area since the outbreak began and the fourth death reported in the region on Friday.
Coronavirus Update: Marin County Reports 10 New CasesTen additional COVID-19 coronavirus cases were reported in Marin County Thursday, boosting the number of cases to 25.
Fairfield Police: Fight In Parking Lot Turns Deadly, Arrest MadePolice on Wednesday night arrested a 33-year-old Fairfield man for homicide in the death of a 29-year-old Fairfield man who was run over with a vehicle.
North Bay Grocery Store Shelves Refilled After Spate Of Coronavirus Panic BuyingAfter struggling with high demand and panic buying earlier in the week, on Thursday the shelves on some North Bay grocery stores appeared to be recovering.
Napa Police Nab Woman For Alleged School Lunch Fundraising TheftsNapa police on Thursday arrested a 43-year-old woman on suspicion of fraudulently raising funds for the Napa Valley Unified School District's school lunch program
Coronavirus Update: Solano County Issues Shelter-At-Home, Joining Other Bay Area CountiesSolano County became the last Bay Area county to issue a shelter-in-place order in a region-wide effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, county officials announced Wednesday evening.
Coronavirus Update: Disinfecting Wipes Being Flushed Down Toilets Causing Major Pipe ProblemsAmid the coronavirus scare, sterilizing cleaning wipes are flying off of store shelves. Unfortunately, many of those wipes are ending up in sewer systems.