Judge: No gender discrimination in county's jail policyA Sonoma County judge has ruled against an inmate who says she is the victim of gender discrimination because of policies that prohibit women from serving their jail time in the less-restrictive honor farm.
- Joint problems, infections top reasons for Sonoma County hospital visits
- How local hospitals' acute care patients fared
- Sheriff's officials: South Santa Rosa shooting could be gang related
- Two more birds found with West Nile in Sonoma County
- Oyster farm's allies say deal will allow it to delay closure
- Lakeport couple accused of assaulting girl, 5, for watching fireworks show
- California to have 4 in governor's role in 4 days (w/video)
- Cloverdale voters to decide on utility tax
A total of 38,232 patients were admitted to the county's seven acute care hospitals last year, and major joint replacement — including hips, knees and some shoulders — was the No. 1 reason.
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Upcoming events include the anniversary celebration, dancing under the stars, and more.
Dad's coaching has helped Cotati's Caitlin Scheder-Bieschin, who'll next race in this weekend's popular Guerneville-Windsor race, become a rising star in the sport of triathlon.
In the first of two planned appeals, a Redwood Valley grape grower on Friday asked the California Supreme Court to review an appellate court decision that upheld the state regulations.
Today we pay tribute to those who work hard to create a place where local residents can do just that for three weeks out of the year. It’s called the Sonoma County Fair.
Former Rancho softball standout battled back from adversity
After a line drive to the head, Stephanie Sarris came back in a big way.