Two Dead, Three Injured In Horrific Santa Rosa Early Morning Crash Two men were killed and three others injured in a horrific crash at a Santa Rosa intersection early Sunday morning, authorities said.
2 Injured In Overnight Shooting In Santa RosaA shooting in Santa Rosa early Thursday morning left two people injured, according to police.
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.
Santa Rosa Police Trying To Unravel Circumstances Behind SUV-Protesters ConfrontationInvestigators in Santa Rosa were working Sunday to sort out an incident in which a woman drove an SUV into a group of protesters, after which her vehicle was vandalized and she was punched in the face, police said.
Navy Reverses Stance On Capt. Brett Crozier Reinstatement As USS Theodore Roosevelt CommanderDefense officials said Friday that Navy Captain Brett Crozier will not be reinstated as commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, after an investigation found fault with his attempts to stop the spread of the coronavirus aboard the ship.
Sonoma County Woman's Animal Rescue Thrives With Army Of VolunteersOn a recent sunny morning Shirley Zindler started out the day like she often does, walking her one-and-a-half acre Sonoma County property with some of her favorite companions, the dogs she's taken in at her non-profit, Dogwood Animal Rescue Project.
360 Yards Not Enough For Sonoma County Professional Long DriverMonica Borowicz would have been in the middle of her season with the World Long Drive tour, but all events were cancelled for the remainder of the year. Instead Borowicz is biding her time at Bennett Valley Golf Course in Santa Rosa -- peppering the extreme outer limits of the driving range.
Santa Rosa Woman Arrested After Second High-Speed Pursuit In A Month A Santa Rosa woman was in county jail Monday after being arrested for a second time in a month for leading local law enforcement officers on a high-speed pursuit.
Suspect Arrested For Allegedly Vandalizing Santa Rosa Bike Shop During George Floyd ProtestA 24-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly vandalizing the well known The Bike Peddler store in downtown Santa Rosa during the height of the George Floyd protests.
Man Intentionally Mowed Down By Maserati While Walking His Dog Grieves Over Loss Of Beloved PetAfter a Maserati driver intentionally ran over him and and his dog, Rich McCormick says it is hard to walk, hard to sit, and hard to cry. The biggest blow is losing his 9-year-old terrier mix named, Jake.
Santa Rosa Family Grads Include Dad, Receiving Diploma Alongside DaughterThe first-born child of Mexican immigrants from Santa Rosa has become the first person in her family to graduate from high school, on the same day her father become the second person.
Authorities Arrest Santa Rosa Man Who Purposely Backed Maserati Into Man, Killing DogSonoma County Sheriff's Office on Thursday thanked the public for assistance in locating a Santa Rosa suspect arrested for injuring a man and killing his dog by backing his Maserati into them earlier this week.
Santa Rosa Teen Arrested For Allegedly Driving Truck Into George Floyd DemonstrationA 17-year-old who allegedly drove his truck into a group of George Floyd demonstrators over the weekend has been arrested on an assault with a deadly weapon charge.
Santa Rosa Police Arrest More Than 75; Disarmed Man With Shotgun During Late Night George Floyd Protest Santa Rosa police arrested more than 75 people, including a man waving a shotgun, late Tuesday as a demonstration protesting the death of George Floyd became unruly after the city's dusk-to-dawn curfew when into effect.
Reopening: Sonoma County Sheriff Easing Opposition To Enforcing COVID-19 RestrictionsA few days after Sonoma County Sheriff Mark Essick confirmed he would not enforce the county health officer's stay-at-home order regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, it appears as if he and other county leaders are trying to get on the same page.