Top business stories in county for 2014The creation of Keysight Technologies, the largest company ever headquartered in Sonoma County, was the biggest local business story of the year. But there were other significant changes to the local economy in 2014.
- CHP copter rescues woman who fell, broke shoulder (w/video)
- Electric vehicles a double win for Sonoma County
- Fort Bragg High asks team from Mendocino to stay home over T-shirts
- Lowell Cohn: 49ers season ends, but real game just beginning (w/video)
- LeBaron: No predictions yet, just decades of remembering
- Petaluma man arrested after 26-mile chase, hourslong search
- Lake County woman dies in Hwy. 101 crash north of Cloverdale
- Online report says 49ers staffers believe Harbaugh going to Michigan (w/video)
A high school basketball tournament in Fort Bragg has become a flashpoint amid protests over police killings of unarmed black men after a team that planned to wear T-shirts saying “I Can’t Breathe” was asked to stay home.
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The creation of Keysight Technologies, the largest company ever headquartered in Sonoma County, was the biggest local business story of the year. But there were other significant changes to the local economy in 2014.
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Windsor won't retain football coach Amick
Windsor football coach will not return to the Jaguars' sideline.