Mick Brigden, who managed guitarist Joe Satriani and directed tours for The Rolling Stones and several other major artists, died last week after an accident at his Santa Rosa home. He was 73.
A person who saw a man set a fire in a field next to a Santa Rosa shopping center Saturday morning was joined by several others who were nearby to surround and detain the suspect until police arrived.
A Santa Rosa man was arrested for allegedly starting a small fire near Bay Village Shopping Center on Saturday.
A 16-year-old boy has died of a drug overdose and Petaluma police suspect he had taken fentanyl.
There were more than 1,100 “cloud to ground strikes” in California, the National Weather Service said. In the Bay Area, there were 110 confirmed strikes, the NWS said.
Police lifted a lockdown at West County High School in Sebastopol on Thursday after they deemed there was no threat to anyone on campus.
Families living in Healdsburg are suspicious that arson is to blame for 15 fires sparking in the span of just over three hours Monday night.
Firefighters in Sonoma County are investigating a series of small vegetation fires that started Monday night near Healdsburg.
Starting Tuesday, Sonoma County employees will need to show proof that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 vaccination or submit to weekly testing.
About a dozen residents of a Petaluma residential retirement community were evacuated early Saturday morning after a fire erupted there.
Investigators are probing the cause of a fire at a Santa Rosa Union 76 gas station that filled the neighborhood with black smoke Friday, causing about $50,000 in damage, fire officials said.
Petaluma said that within hours of the assault, former officer Lance Novello was placed on administrative leave and he was suspended his police powers.
A Sonoma County Sheriff's lieutenant has died after a five-week battle with COVID-19.
Some Santa Rosa restaurant workers were rewarded Wednesday for getting vaccinated by receiving $1,000 each.
Dominic Foppoli stepped down as Windsor mayor in May, after being accused of sexual misconduct by at least nine women. But on Wednesday, he filed paperwork suggesting he may want his old job back.
KTVU FOX 2's Henry Lee reports.
The city of Santa Rosa on Tuesday announced they will require city employees to be vaccinated for COVID-19 effective October 1.
Thousands of people are signed up for two days of running in Santa Rosa: 5k and 10k races on Saturday and a half-marathon and full marathon on Sunday. The poor air quality is causing some concern.
A Santa Rosa homeless shelter reopened to intakes Friday, nearly two months after it was closed following an outbreak of COVID-19 in early July, according to a city spokesperson.
For more than a week, the women have been distressed watching the chaotic exodus from Afghanistan. They feel miscalculations were made, and that the U.S. drawdown did not need to be so unstable.