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  Santa Rosa man charged in father’s sledgehammer death

A lawyer was appointed Tuesday for a Santa Rosa man who police say broke into his family home in the SRJC neighborhood, strangled, then hit father with a sledgehammer on Monday.

News Briefs


  Santa Rosa delays vote on fence for Church of One Tree

City renovated historic church in 2011 and rents it out for weddings, other events; fence proposed to keep out homeless who hang out in Juilliard Park.

News Galleries

Chris Smith


  Smith: The buffalo’s milk of local politics?

When a retired Bennett Valley doctor went searching online for some information on bison milk he got an eyeful of one of the candidates for Santa Rosa City Council.

Gaye LeBaron


  LeBaron: Glory days of North Coast railroads

With a centennial celebration of the Napa to Eureka train approaching, a look back at the history of railroads on the North Coast.

Around the State


  Brown meets with experts on Ebola (w/video)

Gov. Brown met with state agency heads, labor unions and health care leaders Tuesday to address Ebola preparedness in California.

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