Animal disease experts are raising concern about the spread of the avian flu in the Bay Area after two farms in Sonoma County said they had to euthanize around 250,000 birds this week.
From this weekend to next, will be the peak of the peak of the Christmas tree buying season. As many as thirty million will be sold in the U.S. alone. One environmentally friendly farmer from Petaluma and his family have turned to making Santa’s elves into a helicopter pilots to keep tree groves pristine.
Without notice, residents at Youngstown Mobile Home Park in Petaluma said they had a $923 increase to their monthly rents, showing up on the online payment portal the day before Thanksgiving.
A new study just ranked the drunkest cities in America, and the city that swept all the others in California for the accolade may not surprise you.
The Petaluma Police Department had their work cut out for them this weekend with 11 DUI arrests being made by residents spanning all over the Bay Area.
Burglars in a white Ford Econoline van drove into the doors of three Petaluma businesses and made off in minutes with power tools and contractor equipment, police said Saturday.
A Petaluma man was arrested Friday after he allegedly stole a truck with its owner's dog in it, police said.
Petaluma police bid farewell to a distinguished retired K-9, Basko, who passed away on Nov. 2.
Federal authorities in San Francisco filed charges against a Petaluma man Thursday over threats he allegedly made against multiple military personnel at a Southern California Army base.
A North Bay farm is struggling to make ends meet after a fire tore through its facilities on Sunday. The Sunday morning fire did as much as $6 million in damage to Protein Products, LLC, an innovative, environmentally friendly farm based in Petaluma that raises fly larvae, turning them into food and fertilizer.
Crews battled a large structure fire in the North Bay Sunday morning.
Police are investigating a shooting threat at Petaluma High School discovered on a bathroom wall.
Petaluma police arrested four suspected drunk drivers Saturday night and early Sunday morning, three of whom were involved in collisions.
Residents of Little Woods Mobile Villa in Petaluma fear they may be homeless after receiving notices that their monthly rent would increase by 300% or more a month.
It was 30 years ago, during a sleepover at her Petaluma home, that 12-year-old Polly Klaas was kidnapped. She was found dead two months later.
Long lines snaked around the block on Friday as people signed up to get tattooed in Petaluma to raise awareness about suicide and mental health.
A man in Petaluma was arrested Saturday evening on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, robbery and other offenses, all with his two-year-old child in the backseat of his vehicle.
One camper, from Oakland, has a white Jewish mother and a father who is Black and Muslim. Another was adopted in Uganda by a white Jewish woman; they now live in Montana.
Yellowjacket populations are booming in the North Bay. Here's some advice on how to deal with these sometimes aggressive, stinging bugs.
A lawsuit seeking class-action status on behalf of three owners of Tesla vehicles in California was filed this week, alleging that the company grossly undervalued how far the cars could travel on a single battery charge.