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Say goodbye to those long drives to SFO. United Airlines will become the fourth major air carrier offering service out of Sonoma County when it begins service to San Francisco in June.
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From the frivolous to the serious, take a look back at some of our most widely circulated headlines through the years.
The owner of a New York zoo planning to live-stream a giraffe giving birth says the video feed was briefly removed from YouTube because animal rights activists labeled it explicit.
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A woman who crashed Friday into swollen Austin Creek opted to stay inside the vehicle and was found and rescued Saturday.
Someone tried to rob a bank in Windsor Friday night by cutting a hole in the wall from a neighboring business, according to Windsor police.
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Judge Elliot Daum has raised eyebrows by displaying an orange in his Santa Rosa courtroom where he previously had a portrait of the U.S. president.
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