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Sonoma County nonprofits that provide mental health and substance abuse services may have dodged a bullet this fiscal year, but come June many fear they may be facing a cannonball.
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Santa Rosa man jailed on drugs and weapons violations
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Hundreds of thousands march for gun control in the US

Teenagers and their supporters rallied in the nation’s capital and in cities across America. Events were planned in Santa Rosa, Sonoma and Sebastopol.

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Brad Villegiante and Caroline Hall apply paint, fresh new furnishings and designer touches to their 1905 Queen Anne. They are marketing the light-filled home where they live as an occasional location for commercial photo shoots.
An ambitious plan by Catholic Charities and Burbank Housing to redevelop a downtown city block wins mixed reviews at its first public meeting.
When State Farm told fire survivor Lauren Thompson the company could only cover 75 percent of her contents policy without an itemized list, she became “extremely upset.”
This new place on First Street in Napa, behind the new Archer Hotel, is more than a dining spot.
Fourteen high school students will be among an expected half a million people at the March for Our Lives on Saturday. Local events are planned in Sonoma and Santa Rosa.
Is this property worth the high price tag? You be the judge.
A woman who lost control of her car on northbound Highway 101 in Petaluma late Thursday drove through a fence and into knee-deep water.
In a 25-minute audio recording, he detailed the weapons he had made and confessed to his crimes. He terrorized the residents of Austin, Texas. But law enforcement officials said Mark Conditt was not a terrorist.
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