Coronavirus Update: Sonoma County Extends Shelter-In-Place Order To May 3The shelter-in-place order for Sonoma County residents will be extended through May 3, the county's public health officer announced Tuesday. Most Bay Area counties announced a similar extension on Tuesday.
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.
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.
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.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Sonoma County Reports Its First Coronavirus DeathHealth officials have announced Sonoma County's first death from the coronavirus, the 11th fatality from COVID-19 in the San Francisco Bay Area since the outbreak began and the fourth death reported in the region on Friday.
SMART Train Expands Cancellations, 4 Weekday Trains Suspended In Coronavirus ResponseSonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit announced Tuesday that it has canceled four weekday trips after announcing Monday that all weekend service will be suspended.
Coronavirus Update: Graton Resort And Casino Shut Down Until Further NoticeThe Graton Resort & Casino will close Tuesday until April 1 or until further notice, the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria's Chairman Greg Sarris said Monday.
Sonoma County Supes Consider $1M In Emergency Funding For Coronavirus ResponseThe Sonoma County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will consider appropriating $1 million from the general funds budget in response to the proclaimed novel coronavirus emergency.
Coronavirus Update: Sonoma County Reports First Community Transmission CasesSonoma County health officials have reported the county's first confirmed case of coronavirus contracted via "community spread" without a known source of transmission.
Cowgirl Creamery Joins 14th Annual Artisan Cheese Festival In Sonoma Co.Matt Brown from the Cowgirl Creamery schools Bay Area Focus host Kenny Choi about the art of cheese. He along with dozens of fromagers will be participating in the 14th Annual California Artisan Cheese Festival in Sonoma County from March 27-29.
3 East Bay Men Arrested On Drugs, Weapons Charges Near CotatiSonoma County sheriff's deputies arrested three East Bay residents Monday for alleged drug and weapons violations at a residence west of Cotati.
Sonoma County Confirms New Case Of Coronavirus From Mexico Cruise ShipHealth officials in Sonoma County confirmed a second case of presumptive coronavirus infection in a patient who was on the Grand Princess cruise ship from San Francisco to Mexico.
Sonoma County Voters Reject 1/2 Cent Sales Tax To Fund FirefightersSonoma County voters rejected a half-cent sales tax in Tuesday night voting that would have raised $51 million annually to supplement existing services by the county's 38 fire agencies.