COVID Vaccines: Sonoma County Leaders Seek More Supply From State; Fewer Doses Expected This WeekSonoma County Board of Supervisors Chair Lynda Hopkins sent a letter this past weekend on the board's behalf to two high-ranking state officials calling for the county to receive more COVID-19 vaccine doses in its weekly allocations.
Santa Rosa To Distribute 12,000 Free Weather Radios To ResidentsThe City of Santa Rosa plans to distribute 12,000 All Hazards NOAA Weather Radios (NWR) to its residents throughout the spring and summer, city officials announced Tuesday.
Gov. Newsom Approves Funding To Hire Nearly 1,400 Additional State FirefightersWith the official start of wildfire season approaching, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Tuesday more than $80 million in funding to hire nearly 1,400 additional state firefighters.
Couple Crushed By Massive Redwood, Leave 5 Children BehindFive children lost their parents last week after a massive California Redwood tree fell on the couple’s car as they drove along a coastal highway.
COVID: First Day Back On Campus At San Rafael Elementary School Triggers Range Of EmotionsAs other schools celebrate the return of students on a hybrid, part-time basis, the San Rafael Unified School District has gone all in, bringing all elementary students back to campus together.
Santa Rosa Police Search For Homeless Encampment Murder Suspect Clifford AdamsSanta Rosa police issued a public plea Monday, asking for help in locating murder suspect Clifford Adams, who they believe intentionally crashed his car into a homeless encampment, killing 43-year-old Kellie Jones.
Woman Dies In Vallejo Sunday Morning ShootingHomicide detectives attempted to piece together a timeline and searched for clues in the fatal Sunday morning shooting of a 42-year-old Vallejo woman.
Trapped Resident Dies, Another Suffers Smoke Inhalation In Fairfield House FireOne person was killed and another suffered smoke inhalation Sunday evening after a 2-alarm fire raced through a Fairfield home.
Sonoma Seniors Celebrate Full Vaccination With a Day on the PlazaOn this Friday business was picking up in Sonoma but it wasn't the usual crowd sipping wines and dining out. Seniors are living it up after many have spent the past year cooped up in their homes.
COVID Reopening: Napa Valley Wine Country Anticipates Possible Orange Tier Move - 'People Are Ready To Get Back'Napa County is set to enter California's Orange Tier of coronavirus restrictions as soon as April 1st. It will be a significant milestone for a part of the Bay Area that depends on a steady flow of visitors from far and wide.
Construction Workers On Vallejo Bridge Project Find 2 People Living In CaveConstruction workers rebuilding a bridge in Vallejo on Friday unexpectedly found two people living in a cave dug into an embankment, authorities said.
San Quentin Death Row Inmate Lumord Johnson Found Unresponsive In Cell, DiesAn inmate on death row at San Quentin State Prison in Marin County has died, state corrections officials said.
Sonoma County NAACP Condemns Racist Attacks on Rohnert Park Vice MayorThe Sonoma County branch of the NAACP condemned the racist harassment of Rohnert Park Vice Mayor Jackie Elward after she supported a ban on fireworks in the city.
Cache of Stolen Catalytic Converters Found In Novato, One ArrestedAuthorities discovered a cache of several hundred catalytic converters in a Novato storage space Wednesday, leading to the arrest of one suspect in a possible fencing operation.
Fire Burns At Apartment Building Near Downtown San RafaelFirefighters on Friday morning quickly extinguished an electrical fire at a three-story apartment complex near downtown San Rafael.