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Posted: Jan 17, 2017 08:56PM PST


Obama commutes Chelsea Manning's sentence

Tom Del Becarro, former chair of the state Republican party weighs in on President Obama's decision to commute most of Chelsea Manning's 35-year-sentence for leaking classified documents to Wikileaks.

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  • Psychologists say it's important for people to recognize the effects of grief and trauma after a disaster like the Tubbs Fire and the other North Bay Fires.  There is help for people in crisis at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds.
  • A 13-year-old boy who had just finished dinner was killed in East Oakland last Tuesday in Oakland. Eight days later a vigil was held for the teen. The family is grieving and trying to move forward after an unthinkable loss.
  • San Francisco police say they have taken a suspect into custody after an officer on a bicycle was struck by a hit-and-run driver this afternoon.
  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions strongly defended President Donald Trump's firing of James Comey, but at a Senate hearing Wednesday repeatedly declined to discuss private conversations with the president about the dismissal, frustrating Democratic law
  • Thursday will see some clouds that will increase throughout the day. Expect cooler temperatures and showers later into the night.
  • A Santa Rosa couple who lost their home in the Tubbs Fire sued PG&E Co. in San Francisco Superior Court today, claiming the fire was caused by alleged negligence by the utility in maintaining electric lines and pruning trees and vegetation.
  • A Santa Rosa doctor went on a dangerous mission to save newborn babies form the deadly Tubbs Fire. He used his motorcycle to get through the clogged, and debris heavy, highway.

    Posted: Oct 18, 2017 06:37PM PDT

    Doctor uses motorcycle to save the day