Parnian Djafarzadeh, aka Parnian Clark, aka Saundra Djafarzadeh, 42, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to possessing stolen mail, filing a false claim and committing wire fraud in connection with a tax fraud scheme that ran from 2010 through 2012, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
The woman got out of her vehicle about 9:30 p.m. in the 1300 block of Olive Avenue when the attacker grabbed her from behind, placed an object, possibly a knife, in her back and demanded money.
The maximum enforcement period will run through New Year's Eve.
A Bay Area waitress received an $800 tip from a group of women and shared the wealth with her co-workers.
Fire chief Bill Tyler said firefighters had to sift through a lot of her belongings to get the fire under contro.
That means businesses that recently cleaned the mess and restocked losses from last month's blackout, are facing a repeat.
Changes begin Friday night for the Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit in the North Bay.
A Marin County Superior Court judge has ruled the eight lights were switched on without due process.
Coast Guard families in need are shopping for free and restocking their pantries through a donation drive as they struggle to make ends meet without paychecks amidst the partial government shutdown, which is now in day 28. KTVU's Debora Villalon reports.
It's not a good year to procrastinate on buying that Christmas tree. Sellers report not only fewer trees, but also limited sizes compared to years past. KTVU's Debora Villalon reports.
Police departments from across the U.S. and several in the Bay Area have been participating in the 'Lip-Sync Challenge,' which has taken off on social media. Many are light-hearted and fun, but Novato P.D. took the challenge as an opportunity to share an important on the serious issue of suicide.
Hundreds of people gathered to remember a Marin County woman, Stacee Etcheber, one of the victims of the Las Vegas mass shooting, who leaves behind two children and her husband, an SFPD officer.
The varsity football program at Novato High is back on firm footing after being threatened last week of being eliminated.
A Novato couple was found dead and authorities are searching for clues. Alex Savidge reports.
Flood water across four lanes have shut down Highway 37 in Novato, the Highway Patrol says it was the proverbial perfect storm.
A heartless theft has hit Homeward Bound, a Marin agency that serves the homeless. It's newest facility, which isn't even open yet was broken into and thousands of dollars of equipment was taken.
A North Bay woman blames the dumpsters shared by two restaurants for some destructive visitors who won't go away.