Novato teachers rallied Tuesday evening, expressing opposition to a proposed hybrid learning plan during the pandemic.
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.
Multiple agencies searched the area unsuccessfully overnight for the robber, identified as Aaron McKendrick.
"Newsom does not understand, he does not," fumed Adam Kovacs.
According to witness statements, the man saw his dog swimming away from the truck and he jumped back in the water to try and rescue it.
Novato police are asking for information from the public after a man approached some children Sunday and told them their mother wanted him to take them home, police said.
First responders from Novato's police and fire departments, gathered outside the front entrance of Sutter Novato Community Hospital at 6:30 a.m. to cheer and applaud front-line health care workers.
The COVID-19 test, swirling a swab high in the nostril, is not a pleasant sensation, but worth it, said dozens of caregivers who streamed in for testing Friday in Novato.
Nursing homes- with their vulnerable residents- might seem ideal for COVID-19 testing. But critics say testing is spotty at best, and often launched only after people are sick and dying.
A high-school senior is paying back his fifth-grade teacher who is immunocompromised by delivering her healthy foods as she is sheltering at home during the pandemic.
The auto theft was reported to Sonoma police between 6 and 6:30 p.m. and sheriff's deputies spotted and pursued the vehicle, but called it off "due to the suspect's increasingly reckless driving behavior."
Caltrans traffic cameras caught at least three CHP vehicles chasing a gray Volkswagen over the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge about 3:30 a.m. Thursday.
Tejon left his home in the area of Diablo Avenue about 11 a.m. Friday, according to police.
The driver, Deanna Bowden, 30, was sentenced this week to 6 months in the Marin County Jail.
Debora Villalon reports from Novato.
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.