Slaughterhouse co-owner pleads guiltyA former co-owner of a Petaluma slaughterhouse pleaded guilty Friday in U.S. District Court to participating in an alleged scheme to distribute meat taken from diseased cows afflicted with eye cancer.
- Santa Rosa man arrested in Lake Tahoe-area slaying
- Tributes planned for Sebastopol climber who died in Yosemite
- SRJC lands federal grant to aid Latino, low income students
- Petaluma's Rainier connector back in political spotlight
- DUI arrest is California Democrats' latest blow (w/video)
- New, longer grass laid at 49ers' Levi's Stadium (w/video)
- 11 locals among fastest-growing firms
- Murder-suicide suspected in Marin deaths (w/video)
The Funky Friday concert series at Sugarloaf Ridge is on pace to raise about $23,000 and is one of many special events nonprofits have run to help keep parks open.
Most recital halls are named for famous musicians or wealthy sponsors. But the new, $9.5 million Schroeder Hall, opening this weekend at SSU, is named for one of the best-loved members of the 'Peanuts' gang.
A onetime wardrobe essential that had been retired to the trunk for decades, parasols are being rediscovered by a new generation.
Rookie’s four hits, Posey’s homer lift weary San Francisco past streaking Washington to open three-game series.
The steam fields in the Mayacmas Mountains northeast of Santa Rosa have been the world’s largest producer of geothermal energy since the 1970s.
Eleven local companies, makers of everything from beef jerky to ice cream, have rocketed their way onto Inc. magazine's annual ranking of the fastest-growing firms.
Football preview: Big shoes to fill at Casa Grande
Experienced line will help ease the departure of JaJuan Lawson.