Coronavirus Update: Sonoma County Health Officer Issues Shelter-In-Place OrderWith seven other San Francisco Bay Area counties in the midst of their first day of a shelter-in-place order, Sonoma County officials said Tuesday they were finalizing their own version of the order.
Sonoma County Resident Tests Positive For Coronavirus; County Declares State Of EmergencyA Sonoma County resident, who recently returned from a cruise from San Francisco to Mexico, has been diagnosed with a presumptive case of the coronavirus, heath officials announced Monday.
Plant-Based Food Company In Sonoma Sues State Over Using Term 'Butter'A North Bay vegan foods business is suing California food regulators after being told it cannot use the word "butter" on its packaging.
Sonoma Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Sexual Battery Of TeenSonoma police deputies arrested a man Saturday who is suspected of a sexual battery of a teenage girl near the Police Department last Thursday.
1 Dead, 2 Hurt After Suspected DUI Collision Near Sonoma; Vallejo Man ArrestedOne man was killed and two other people were injured, and one of the injured was arrested on suspicion of felony driving while intoxicated after a two-vehicle accident Sunday afternoon just outside of the city of Sonoma, the CHP said.
Details Surface In Sexual Assault, Attempted Abduction Of Sonoma School GirlsA Sonoma man kidnapped and sexually assaulted a middle school student in his car and tried to abduct another student Tuesday morning in the Boyes Hot Springs area in unincorporated Sonoma County, according to the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office.
Man Arrested For Sexually Assaulting 14-Year-Old Girl In SonomaSonoma County sheriff's deputies arrested a man Tuesday morning on suspicion of sexually assaulting a girl as she walked to a school in Sonoma and attempting to abduct another girl in the same area, a sheriff's office spokeswoman said.
Bay Area In 2010s: Decade Of Wildfires Changed Our Lives ForeverThe looming threat of devastating wildfires became a common fear for Northern Californians in the decade as major blazes charred millions of acres, destroyed thousands of homes, claimed hundreds of lives and brought one of the nation's largest utilities to its knees.
Rain, Wind, Sierra Snow: 'Atmospheric River' Arrives With Friday Evening CommuteAn 'Atmospheric River' storm front, packing intense downpours and gusty winds, was poised Friday off the California coast, ready to make the Bay Area's evening commute a challenging journey home.
PG&E Issues "All Clear"; Power Being Restored To Wine Country Homes Pacific Gas & Electric launched a fleet of helicopters and an army of ground crews throughout Wine Country Thursday, searching for any damage to lines and equipment as the utility continued to restore electricity to homes and businesses blacked out during the most recent planned power outage.
Trade War Tariffs Slow Sales Of California Wine To China To A TrickleCaught in the crossfire of President Donald Trump’s trade war with China, Northern California wine merchants like Wente Winery's Michael Parr have seen shipments to the Asian nation slow to a trickle.
Alleged Serial Mail Thieves Who Targeted Sonoma County Mail Boxes Captured In PetalumaTwo Los Angeles men who allegedly targeted homes across California, ripping off mail including personal checks in cities spanning the state, have been arrested in Petaluma, authorities announced Tuesday.
Sonoma County Election ResultsHere's the latest results from Tuesday night's election results
Firefighter Injured Protecting Trapped Residents From Kincade Fire FlamesAs the massive Kincade Fire -- now larger than the landmass of Manhattan -- continued its advance across California's Wine Country early Saturday, burning homes and charring more than 25,000 acres, a firefighters and the two civilians he saved were recovering from their burns.
Kincade Fire Grows To Nearly 24,000 Acres; New Evacuation Orders Issued, Firefighter HurtDespite the advantage of calm winds most of the day Friday, crews made little headway in containing the destructive Kincade Fire in Sonoma County, which grew to 23,700 acres and remained at five percent containment.