Shutdown of county's compost facility avertedThe closure of the facility at Sonoma County's main landfill was averted Wednesday when officials voted to continue trying to find a way to solve the water pollution problems there.
- Fort Bragg man arrested in child sex abuse
- Odd alliances on both sides of Petaluma sales tax hike
- Gov. Brown criticizes new pension enhancements
- Fairfield man accused of trying to burglarize Petaluma home
- Driver in Hwy. 12 crash gets 6 months
- Driver pleads no contest in Santa Rosa fatal DUI crash
- Thousands head back to school in Sonoma County
GPS devices are sending big-rigs and unsuspecting tourists onto narrow country roads. Sonoma County firefighters and rural residents are becoming worried about the threat that errant drivers pose.
Upcoming events include a weekend-long dog show, roller derby and the Santa Rosa Marathon.
Winemakers share their tales of sacrifice and dedication in getting their wineries off the ground in movie 'American Wine Story.'
The San Francisco Giants have won their protest filed with Major League Baseball, and will now get to resume a rain-shortened game the Chicago Cubs thought they had won.
Faced with rapidly escalating pension costs, Gov. Jerry Brown and state legislators adopted a law to reduce retirement benefits for new employees of state and local government agencies.
To help ease congestion, Russian River Brewing is reconfiguring the popular downtown Santa Rosa brewpub and creating a new section to refill growlers and sell merchandise.
Football preview: Sonoma looks for its quarterback
Replacing Dan Deely is Step 1 as the Dragons seek to return to the playoffs in 2014.