Marin County Rolls Back June 29 COVID-19 Reopening For Some BusinessesPrompted by a spike in coronavirus cases, Marin County announced Friday it will delay the reopening of some businesses that had been told they could restart operations on July 29.
Muir Woods Set To Reopen Monday With RestrictionsMuir Woods National Monument will reopen to the public on Monday -- one of the last sites in the National Park Service to welcome people back after closing because of the coronavirus.
Seriously Ill COVID-19 Infected San Quentin Inmates Transferred Under Guard To Local HospitalsA COVID-19 outbreak at San Quentin State Prison continued its rapid spread Friday with 539 confirmed cases among the inmate population and another 73 prison employees having been infected with the virus.
Vallejo Police Announces Support For '8 Can't Wait' Campaign On Police Use-Of-Force PoliciesThe Vallejo Police Department announced Thursday it supports the "8 Can't Wait" policy initiatives formed in response to the police killing of George Floyd amid the growing Black Lives Matter movement.
San Quentin Prison Officials Report Death Of Condemned Inmate Amid COVID-19 OutbreakOfficials at San Quentin State Prison were investigating the death of a condemned inmate following a large outbreak of COVID-19 at the prison.
Reopening: Vallejo's Six Flags Discovery Kingdom To Open Without RidesThe Six Flags Discovery Kingdom amusement park in Vallejo is reopening next week but rides will not be operating and the amount of visitors will be kept well below capacity.
2 Injured In Overnight Shooting In Santa RosaA shooting in Santa Rosa early Thursday morning left two people injured, according to police.
Doctors Warn COVID-19 Outbreak At San Quentin Could Be CatastrophicIn roughly three weeks, San Quentin has gone from zero to 456 cases of the coronavirus as of Wednesday. It is estimated that 1 in 8 inmates has COVID-19. Now, local doctors are warning prison officials about a possible catastrophic outbreak.
AG Xavier Becerra Won't Examine Vallejo Police Killing Of Sean MonterrosaCalifornia’s attorney general declined Wednesday to independently investigate the fatal shooting of Sean Monterrosa.
Motorcyclist Killed After Running Off Sonoma Co. Road, Crashing Into Wire FenceA motorcyclist died after crashing into a wire fence Tuesday evening in unincorporated Sonoma County,
Homeless Encampments Under Santa Rosa Freeway Overpasses Set To Be ClearedOfficials in Santa Rosa on Tuesday prepared to move forward with the clearing out of multiple homeless encampments under Highway 101.
San Quentin COVID-19 Outbreak Grows To 450 Total CasesAn outbreak of coronavirus among staff and inmates at San Quentin grew to 450 confirmed active cases Tuesday, state prison officials said.
Noose Found Hanging In Tree At Sonoma Raceway Investigated As Possible Hate CrimeA makeshift noose was found hanging from a tree at the Sonoma Raceway and the sheriff's office said it was  investigating the incident as a possible hate crime.
Vallejo Child Sex Trafficker Jeremy Ray Warren Receives 17-Year Prison SentenceVallejo resident Jeremy Ray Warren, convicted of child sex trafficking, was sentenced to 17 years in prison Monday.
Reopening: Marin County To Allow More Indoor Businesses To Reopen June 29thMarin County is preparing to allow the reopening of more indoor-based businesses effective June 29, including gyms and fitness studios, hair salons and barber shops, nail salons, hotels and short-term lodging facilities, and indoor seating at restaurants.