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Randi Rossmann - Staff Reporter

Staff reporter at The Press Democrat

randi.rossmann@pressdemocrat.com
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The Latest Stories By Randi Rossmann

A Southern California family's vehicle was found in the Eel River with two bodies inside, and a third was found 6 miles downstream.
The woman told detectives she'd been beaten and assaulted by two men she thought belonged to a ride-sharing company.
Authorities are investigating the connection of a missing California family and reports that a vehicle similar to theirs fell into the Eel River.
Dozens of first responders gathered at the Sonoma County airport today for an emergency drill.
The fire partially burned a southern Santa Rosa home early Tuesday.
A woman and her dog were rescued from the wreckage Saturday and Sunday Bodega Bay firefighters rescued her cat.
Officers suspect both adults were under the influence of drugs and knew the teen had used Xanax laced with fentanyl.
The men were involved in the shooting of a rival who'd cooperated with police on a gang-related stabbing, according to the DA.
A 50‑year‑old Lakeport man died in a motorcycle crash Sunday night after crossing over double-yellow lines and colliding head-on with a pickup, according to the CHP.
A suspected reckless and drunken driver caused a four‑vehicle crash early Monday on River Road, injuring six people and forcing the closure of the major west county route, according to the CHP.
A motorcycle rider suffered critical injuries in a southern Santa Rosa crash with an SUV, according to authorities.
Investigators believe someone set fire Monday to a couple’s 40-foot trailer parked along a west Petaluma road.
Two weeks after a gang-related killing, Santa Rosa police have suspects but have yet to make arrests.
A detective who rescued his grandmother and five other residents of Oakmont of Villa Capri is now part of an expanding lawsuit that alleges it failed to evacuate residents during the October firestorm.
The Sunday night blaze displaced a family of four.
The man, killed Sunday, was awaiting trial involving Sonoma County Hells Angels members accused of racketeering and conspiracies.
A Fort Bragg man told authorities he thought he saw the Washington state family at a knickknack shop the day before its SUV was found at the base of a Mendocino Coast cliff.
A Mill Valley resident called for help, saying two men had come to his home, assaulted him and stole some belongings.
On Saturday, the body of an African-American female was found in the surf near the March 28 crash site.
The sound of gunfire prompted several 911 calls Sunday afternoon.
Santa Rosa firefighters got a call early Wednesday morning for a fire on West College Avenue and found the house and a travel trailer engulfed in flames, displacing two families.
Residents of a rural Petaluma neighborhood were under 'shelter‑in‑place' request for almost six hours due to the Tuesday spill.
The crash closed part of Corona Road near Old Adobe Road in east Petaluma.
Despite many unanswered questions, 'we know that an entire family vanished, and perished during this tragedy,' Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman said Wednesday.
CPR, medical aid, evacuation tips and how to get emergency alerts will be some of the information offered Saturday at a disaster preparedness fair in Graton.