The robbery, reported to police at 3:45 p.m., left the woman with several injuries and she was taken to the hospital.
The suspect is possibly armed with a knife, according to police.
About 100 people took part: parents, students and teachers who are upset that the pandemic will keep everyone out of the classroom until 2021, regardless of the progress the county makes in its Covid-19 data.
Sonoma County Public Health Officer Dr. Sundari Mase announced COVID-19 has been traced to 13 pre-school and home based-child care centers throughout Sonoma County, infecting dozens of children, relatives, and staff.
The county's 106 public elementary schools and more than two dozen private elementary schools are now able to seek waivers in order to offer in-person instruction.
Petaluma's landmark Palace of Fruit has been open more than 60 years, but it was declared a total loss from a fire started by joyriding teens who crashed a car into the produce stand. Owners say they will rebuild with help from a crowdfunding effort.
His backpack included a fire shelter, his childhood pocket knife, and a custom handmade wallet, which was a groomsman’s gift.
Pacific Gas and Electric crews are still working to restore power for thousands of customers around the state and here in the Bay Area after the latest round of Public Safety Power Shutoffs.
Some parts of Sonoma County were under new evacuation orders and warnings on Monday as the Walbridge Fire started to spread again.
Many resients are returning to unscathed homes and businesses. Some are not as lucky.
Rob Roth reports.
The fires have burned more than 375,000 acres and claimed five lives.
It's the first time in 20 years and 13 years overdue.
Debora Villalon reports.
Sonoma County District Attorney Jill Ravitch announced the settlement to the civil suit Thursday.
Josh Cargile was arrested Aug. 28 following an investigation spurred by a tip from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Barbershops, hair salons and malls have permission to reopen indoors in Sonoma County on Aug. 31, 2020.
One downgraded evacuation zone is north of Mill Creek Road, west of Dry Creek (the actual creek) and Westside Road, south of Chemise Road and east of the burn area.
A deputy driving on Highway 101 spotted the fire near Lytton Springs Road and detained a man walking nearby.
The fire continues to threaten 10,350 structures.