Nine great apes at the San Diego Zoo have received their coronavirus vaccine.
The city of Petaluma has become the first in the nation to ban the construction of new gas stations in the city, as part of its aggressive goal to reach carbon neutrality by 2030.
A man was shot and died Monday afternoon in unincorporated Sonoma County just east of Petaluma, Sonoma County sheriff's officials said.
Work is progressing on a freeway widening project on Highway 101 in Petaluma, and the next stage will next week involve closing northbound lanes.
Authorities again searched the area along Blind Beach in Sonoma County Tuesday, looking for any sign of the two Petaluma children swept away into the Pacific Sunday.
A woman had just returned to her vehicle after going to the bank at the center at 301 S. McDowell Blvd. about 6 p.m. last Friday when she heard a knock on the window.
The Petaluma Police Department said on Thursday there is no evidence to corroborate Katie Sorensen's claims that the couple tried to kidnap children from a Michael's store on Dec. 7.
A Sonoma County woman says her children were the victims of an attempted kidnapping outside a Petaluma store.
The sinking barge was first reported about 10 a.m. Sunday adjacent to Heritage Salvage about a quarter-mile north of the U.S. Highway 101 overcrossing of the river.
Erick Francisco Pimentel-Alvarado, 32, allegedly started abusing the child when she was about 5 years old. The suspect was a friend of the girl's parents.
Investigators said Friday that the unknown suspect caused $10,300 in damage to the gate while trying to pry open the gate.
Neighbors and friends are coming together to help a Petaluma man who had his work truck stolen.
The robbery was reported shortly after 2 a.m. Sunday.
The crash took place soon after 1 a.m. Friday, when a northbound Harley Davidson motorcycle hit a southbound Honda Fit head-on.
A Santa Rosa resident who had fled the Glass Fire was nearly struck by a stray bullet in a Petaluma motel room.
Mario Gongaro Castaneda, 53, died Tuesday evening about 7 pm, as he brought his garbage cans to the curb in front of his Petaluma home.
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.
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.
It's the first time in 20 years and 13 years overdue.