Coronavirus Update: Napa County Announces 2 New COVID-19 Cases, Bringing Total To 12Napa County health officials on Sunday confirmed two additional cases of COVID-19 in the county, bringing the total number to 12. Both patients are currently in the city of Napa.
Coronavirus Update: Grand Princess Passenger Confirmed As Marin County's First COVID-19 DeathHealth officials in Marin County on Friday confirmed that a man who had been a passenger on the Grand Princess has become the county's first death related to coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: 2 Additional Santa Rosa Police Officers Tests Positive For COVID-19Two more Santa Rosa police officers were confirmed to have contacted the novel coronavirus Friday, according to the police department.
Highway 101 Chase In Novato Yields Laptops, Cellphones, Drugs, Weapon; Suspect ArrestedMarin County Major Crimes Task Force detectives and Novato police arrested a San Rafael man this week on suspicion of possessing suspected stolen laptops and cellphones, drugs, and a weapon after highway chase.
Coronavirus-Sheltering Windsor Boy Surprised With Parade In Front Of Home For 10th BirthdayDespite reaching the milestone of his 10th birthday, Windsor resident Aiden Lower could not have been feeling much lower as he contemplated celebrating the double digit birthday cooped up alone because of the coronavirus sheltering.
Coronavirus Update: Sonoma County To Hold Blood Drives To Replenish Dwindling SupplyHundreds of blood drives in the state have been canceled because of the COVID-19 coronavirus, but two North Bay elected officials have joined with the blood bank Vitalant to hold two drives at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds this Friday and Tuesday.
Marin County Property Taxes Remain Due Despited Coronavirus PandemicMarin County has told its residents that property taxes will remain due April 10 despite the ongoing novel coronvirus pandemic.
National Guard Troops Provide Much-Needed Help At Bay Area Food BankThe first deployment of the California National Guard is underway, with one group of soldiers arriving in Fairfield Wednesday to help with what could become a vital humanitarian mission.
Napa Winemaker Imprisoned In College Admissions Scandal Out Early Over CoronavirusA Napa Valley winemaker who was found guilty in the college admissions scheme is out of prison early due to concerns about the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: 3rd Santa Rosa Police Officer Tests Positive, 6 Under Self-QuarantineThree Santa Rosa police officers have tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus and six other employees are self-quarantined, Santa Rosa Police Chief Ray Navarro said.
Early Morning Earthquake Rattles Residents Living Near The Geysers A 4.1 magnitude earthquake rattled through an area near the Geysers north of Santa Rosa early Wednesday morning, officials said.
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.