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    Assemblyman Marc Levine wants to expand a novel 'carbon-farming' program, currently at use on a Petaluma ranch, that seeks to trap carbon dioxide in the ground and absorb it from the air.
  • Amy’s Kitchen shelves plans to open new Santa Rosa plant

    Fast-growing Amy’s Kitchen has been adding space and workers in Santa Rosa, but the company has shelved its previously announced plans to open a shuttered food plant off Bellevue Avenue.
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Wild pursuit of Penngrove slaying suspects ends in deadly shooting

One suspect in last week's killing of an 84-year-old Penngrove woman was shot dead Saturday by law enforcement in Arizona; two suspects were arrested.

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This week's wine picks

Favorites include a lively cab and one which can only be described as dessert in a glass.

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Blues, ink celebrated at Santa Rosa tattoo fest

The 24th annual weekend event drew 80 artists from as far away as Italy.

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Switch-pitcher hopes to find spot with A's

Pat Venditte hopes his versatility will make him a perfect fit for the A's.

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Amy's Kitchen reinventing fast food

This spring, the Petaluma natural foods maker will open its first Amy’s Drive Thru restaurant in Rohnert Park. Experts are watching closely to see if it can crack the code for making fast food healthy.

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More money for Raiders? That’s crazy

Oakland loves the Raiders, but the city would be crazy to put up more public money to keep the team.

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Meet Petaluma Military Antiques and Museum’s new owners

SSU students bring new energy to country’s largest repository of military gear.

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