A jury in November had convicted Sierra of first-degree murder and kidnapping in the case. Sierra was sentenced to an additional 25 years to life due to firearm enhancements.
The $5-off incentive program started in September 2017 shortly after SMART began train service between Sonoma and Marin County.
Even before the deadline of Jan 29, some campers have qualified for one option: tiny shelters.
State wildlife officials are closely monitoring a wine spill that occurred Wednesday at a Sonoma County winery, a spokesperson for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife said Thursday.
CHP officers responded around 9:15 p.m. to reports of sideshow activity at Guerneville and Willowside roads in unincorporated Sonoma County west of Santa Rosa, CHP Officer David deRutte said.
The CHP says a helicopter helped aid officers in the arrests.
Nationwide, hundreds of marches are set to take place, as part of a movement to harness the political power of women.
The joint program between SRJC and SSU will provide a four-year degree transition pathway for SRJC viticulture and oenology students and expand SSU's wine business program in SSU's School of Business and Economics by adding a wine production track.
Amber R. Cook allegedly used counterfeit $100 bills to buy a prepaid $400 gift card about 4:15 a.m. Wednesday at a Safeway store on South McDowell Blvd, Petaluma police said.
Casey Connaway, 43, of Sebastopol, delayed entering a plea to four counts of oral copulation, two counts of sexual penetration with a foreign object and one count of showing or distributing harmful material to a minor under 18 years old. The offenses allegedly took place between May 1, 2014 and July 5, 2016.
The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday morning unanimously approved buying two multi-unit residences that will provide temporary, shared rental housing for some of the 220 homeless people currently camping on the paved Joe Rodota Trail between Santa Rosa and Sebastopol.
The Independent Office of Law Enforcement Review and Outreach group, formed by the board of supervisors in 2015, will pass out a questionnaire related to the David Ward investigation that will be forwarded to the sheriff. Plus, experts on community trauma and healing, will be present.
The Kincade Fire and evacuations and four PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoffs last fall cost Sonoma County $725 million in economic losses, according to a report to the county's Board of Supervisors.
Firefighters were called shortly before 3 a.m. after a smoke smell was reported in the area of Dixie Place and Lombardi Lane, but due to fog and light rain they weren't initially able to find the source, according to the Santa Rosa Fire Department.
Crews responding reportedly had a difficult time finding the fire because of thick fog in Santa Rosa at the time.
"You guys have dropped the ball and you haven't done your job and I'm tired of paying my taxes when you don't do your job," shouted one man, as a microphone was passed among participants at the Roseland Library.
The board in December approved spending nearly $12 million to buy or lease housing for the homeless, including dozens of the campers.
Police in Petaluma are warning residents about a potential scam in which thieves are posing as PG&E employees and are demanding customers give them immediate payment to avoid having their utility service disconnected.
The suspect was swiftly arrested, and the Sonoma County Sheriff's Department is crediting the actions of the young victims for getting him into custody.
The break-ins have neighboring merchants concerned about safety and what can be done.