Suspect Dead From Apparent Self-Inflicted Wound After Intense Standoff At San Anselmo HomeA man is dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound after being in a tense standoff with crisis negotiators and police at a San Anselmo home that forced an entire neighborhood to evacuate.
San Anselmo Town Council Approves Big Electric Vehicle StrategySan Anselmo has about 377 registered electric vehicles, roughly 3% of its car population. The city has approved an ambitious strategy to have 3,000 EV's by 2030.
Downpour Leads To Massive Sewage Spill In San AnselmoWorkers on a Ross Valley Sanitization District sewer replacement project in San Anselmo were caught off guard by a sudden rain downpour that resulted in a 100,000-gallon sewage spill.
North Bay Senior Citizens, Students Enjoy Ongoing Lessons From 'Juanita The Duck'A group of East Bay senior citizens who encountered plenty of red tape when trying to bring back a beloved bird are teaching people a lesson in perseverance, among other subjects.
Baby Bobcat Rescued From Tree In San AnselmoA Marin County family had a surprise last weekend when they found a baby bobcat crying stuck in a tree on their San Anselmo property.  
San Anselmo Councilman Takes A Knee During Pledge Of AllegianceWhile it has become commonplace for professional football players to take a knee during the National Anthem, San Anselmo's Ford Greene has carried his protest to city council meetings.
San Anselmo Police Search For Missing 12-Year-Old Girl Who Left HomePolice are asking for the public's help finding a missing 12-year-old girl who was last seen today near the San Francisco Theological Seminary in San Anselmo, according to Central Marin Police Authority officials.
Three Family Members Arrested After Confrontation With PolicePolice arrested three members of a family in San Anselmo last week after a confrontation over an arrest warrant at their home.
Marin Restaurant Owner Feeds Those In Need
Dozens Hit In Card-Skimming Fraud At San Anselmo Gas Station; 2 Suspects SoughtAs many as 50 people might be victims of a credit and debit card-skimming fraud at a San Anselmo gas station, according to police.
Seniors Celebrate Juanita The Duck's Return To San Anselmo FacilitySeniors at a center in San Anselmo were overjoyed Wednesday when their pet duck returned home after getting special permission from federal authorities.
Duck May Return To San Anselmo Seniors Home After Feds Get InvolvedA pet duck that wandered away from an assisted living center in the North Bay last month is getting help from high places. The duck meant so much to the residents, a local congressman is now getting involved.
Berkeley Woman, San Anselmo Man Win San Francisco MarathonA Berkeley woman Sunday won the women’s division of The San Francisco Marathon for the third consecutive time, race officials said.
San Anselmo High School Students Urge Restaurants To Stop Using Plastic StrawsThe "Straws Upon Request" campaign aims to replace plastic straws with compostable paper straws in an effort to help the environment.
Bay Area Non-Profit Helping Build Sustainable Food Sources Through School GardensA Bay Area non-profit aims to get people to think about where their food is grown, and spread knowledge about sustainable farming.