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A 55-foot tall statue of a nude woman unveiled this week in the East Bay has people talking.
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Former sheriff’s deputy being investigated for excessive force

A Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy has left the job after he beat and used a Taser on a man after being called to investigate a potential domestic dispute.

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Finding a house with a cottage can feel like a two-for-one deal and for those looking for extra income, renting it out is a great way to help pay the bills.
A former prop man at Knotts Berry Farm has transformed a portion of Sonoma Mountain Village into a haunted house. Take a look inside.
After a mother black bear and her two cubs were captured on camera at Sugarloaf, park officials are making efforts to educate visitors about staying bear safe.   
After decades of appearing in ads for the company, the late Santa Rosa cartoonist Charles Schulz’s beloved 'Peanuts' character is being shown the door.
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Looking for a delicious meal under $40? Here's where you can find one, according to the Michelin Guide's newest 'Bib Gourmand' list.
The animals were seen playing in the sun earlier this month at Jack London Vineyards.
The cities of Rohnert Park and Cotati have come a long way since they were the Rancho Cotate. Learn more in our gallery exploring the early days of both cities.
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