The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office said on Tuesday that a search was under way for a missing 9-year-old boy who was last seen after his father put him to bed the previous night.
The family of Steven Dunphy last saw him when he got up from bed at 3 a.m.
Investigators say the man left his cell phone at home but took his vehicle.
Police said Gloria Romero, who has been diagnosed with a mental health disorder, was last seen near Clayton Road and West Street in Concord.
Three children who were the subject of a statewide Amber Alert in Georgia have been found safe, authorities said.
Frank Ortega Sr. was last seen around 10 a.m. Tuesday in the 100 block of South 21st Street. He is considered at risk because of a medical condition, according to police.
The saga of Ian Irwin, 72, and Carole Kiparsky, 77, lost in the wilderness for so long that searchers thought they were no longer alive is nearly at an end.
"Carol and Ian are in amazing spirits and have expressed their gratitude to everyone for the well wishes during their recovery."
A rescue team found the couple from Palo Alto on Saturday after 8 days missing.
He was last seen in the area of Monroe street and Pacific Ave in Santa Rosa.
Due to the rugged, heavily-wooded area where Carol Kiparsky, 77, and Ian Irwin, 72, were located, the Marin County Sheriff's Office helicopter, Henry 1, would fly the couple out to the Inverness general store on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, and then an ambulance would take them to a hospital to get checked out.
Leigh Martinez reports.
The couple was located around 10 a.m. Saturday.
Tejon left his home in the area of Diablo Avenue about 11 a.m. Friday, according to police.
Searchers return to Inverness to look for missing Palo Alto couple
Friday marked one week since a Palo Alto couple disappeared while visiting the Marin County coast.
It’s a case investigators have poured over since 1976. A counselor in the group home Rocha was living at in San Mateo reported the 17-year-old missing after she never returned from a part-time job in San Francisco.
Marin County search and rescue teams set out on Tomales Bay in Inverness in two boats Wednesday morning, looking for any sign of a Palo Alto couple that went missing last Friday. But searchers found no sign of them.
Among the 40 people assisting the effort are four separate K9 teams from CalOES. Marin County Sheriff's Office is coordinating the search.
A Novato man, who went missing on a Monday hike, was found alive Tuesday night during an intense search effort.