Police said that shortly before 1:30 p.m. Sunday, three masked men entered the store and cased the inside for an extended period before jumping over the pharmacy counter in the back of the store.
Novato teachers rallied Tuesday evening, expressing opposition to a proposed hybrid learning plan during the pandemic.
Firefighters battling wildfires in Northern California have an unusual friend to help keep their spirits up.
Starting Monday, work will be done from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays on the highway between Stinson Beach and Lone Tree Creek.
A mural for Breonna Taylor in Terra Linda, an unincorporated area of San Rafael, is set to be removed once again after reappearing, city officials said on Tuesday.
Marin County has moved out of the state's most restrictive coronavirus pandemic reopening tier, allowing various business sectors to resume operating indoors with reduced capacity, a state public health official said Tuesday.
The Mill Valley Film Festival will go on in 2020, pandemic or not.
Naomi Tseggai turned 9 on Thursday, yet she is unable to eat, speak, or walk, after a horrible pool accident. Left with brain damage from a near-drowning on Sept. 8, 2019, Naomi can breathe unassisted and her eyes are open, but she does respond.
City officials said Michael Cronin’s departure was not connected to the incident and that the chief selected the retirement date to coincide with his military anniversary in 1966.
A 15th school had also received approval to open, but the school decided against re-opening Monday night after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.
Rob Roth reports.
The decision comes after the state reanalyzed its data and applied a new method for determining a county’s position on the four-tiered monitoring framework, the county said.
The fire has burned 4,800 acres since being started by an afternoon lightning strike on Aug. 18.
The cooling centers will be open from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
"It's been a long five and a half months since school closed and we're thrilled to be going back," said Jenny Novack, a Kentfield resident and mother of two children.
Marin County granted waivers to 15 schools that may reopen as soon as September 8 for in-person instruction.
"Let's not celebrate in ways that jeopardize our progress," said Marin County Public Health Officer Matt Willis.
The number of coronavirus cases in Marin County dropped noticeably in August. KTVU's Debora Villalon reports about the recent success.
Elissa Harrington reports.
The fire continues to threaten 10,350 structures.