Russian River, Still Running High, Slows Start of Summer SeasonUnseasonable May rains have the Russian River running too high and fast for many boating operations. It's another, if minor, setback for an area still struggling to fully recover from February flooding.
Virginia Woman Pleads No Contest In Sonoma County Home Invasion RobberiesOne of five defendants who was charged with murder during a robbery last year pleaded no contest Friday morning in Sonoma County Superior Court to seven felony counts of home invasion robbery.
FEMA Closing Sonoma County Trailer Neighborhood For Wine Country Fire VictimsA makeshift trailer neighborhood in Sonoma County, where wildfire victims have been living for 19 months, will be removed in July.
Sonoma Wine Producers Commit to Sustainable ViticultureSonoma County wine producers aim to become the first 100 percent sustainable wine-growing region in the U.S.
Wildfire Survivors Say They Were Bilked by Central Valley Construction FirmAbout 40 people whose homes were destroyed in the 2017 wine country wildfires say a construction firm has taken their money but not delivered on promises to rebuild their homes.
Sonoma County Couple Ordered To Pay Nearly $600K For Uprooting 180-Year-Old Oak Tree On Protected PropertyA California judge has ordered a couple to pay nearly $600,000 for uprooting a 180-year-old oak tree and causing other damage to a protected property.
Sonoma County Prepares For Ironman Swim, Bike, Run RaceSonoma County residents are girding themselves for closed streets and traffic jams during the Ironman swim, bike and run race Saturday.
Caregiver For Disabled Charged With Sex Abuse Of Child, Possession Of Child PornThe Sonoma County District Attorney’s office has charged the operator of a Rohnert Park in-home care facility for mentally or physically disabled children and adults with 11 felony counts of forced sexual acts against a minor and possession of pornography.
Sonoma County Groups Making Joint Effort To Clean Litter From RoadwaysThe Sonoma County Department of Transportation and Public Works, along with nonprofits and community groups are making a joint effort to clean litter off the county’s roadways.
Santa Rosa Residents Get Chance To Give Feedback On Downtown Development PlanSanta Rosa residents will have two opportunities to provide feedback on plans for development in the downtown area, starting with a meeting Wednesday evening.
EPA Says Roundup Herbicide Is Safe To UseDespite two multi-million dollar damage verdicts by San Francisco juries, the Environmental Protection Agency reaffirmed Tuesday that the popular weed killer Roundup is safe for people to use.
Calistoga Officials Complain About Noise, Diesel Smell From PG&E GeneratorsThe city of Calistoga on Monday took issue with PG&E over noise and diesel fuel smells from the utility's generators during transmission line work.
Sonoma County Hits Homeowner Recovering From Wildfire With Fine for Replaced FenceSome survivors of the Wine Country wildfires are fighting Sonoma County about the way they've rebuilt on their property.
Cloverdale High Teacher Responds To 'Fight Club' AllegationsA Cloverdale High School teacher who allegedly allowed and refereed a "fight club" for male students in his classroom in early March will appear in court Thursday morning to find out if the Sonoma County District Attorney's Office will file charges against him.
Sheriff's Helicopter Rescues Fremont Family From Russian River After Inner Tubes Get Stuck On BushesA Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office helicopter rescued a Fremont family when their inner tubes got stuck on bushes in the middle of the Russian River Tuesday.