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Kevin McCallum - Staff Reporter

Staff reporter at The Press Democrat

kevin.mccallum@pressdemocrat.com
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The Latest Stories By Kevin McCallum

The well-known San Francisco restaurant chain will open a new eatery next year at the boutique hotel under development at Old Courthouse Square.
The Press Democrat on Monday was awarded the Pulitzer Prize, the highest award in American journalism, for its coverage of the most devastating wildfires in California history.
Firefighters, already some of the highest paid employees in the city, are holding out for larger raises.
The three candidates focused how the department’s culture has changed, or should, in an era of legal marijuana.
Adam Thatcher Lawrence, 38, pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to a illegally importing the animal parts.
The man faces five felonies and was in jail in lieu of $100,000 bail.
The 29-year-old man has been serving a prison sentence of 15 years to life for the attack.
A double-fatal Friday brings to seven the number of motorists killed in the area in recent days.
A hiring freeze has been imposed at City Hall, where a 16 percent fire-related spending increase is in the forecast — without the new revenue needed to cover expenses.
The decision sets in motion a sweeping change to the city’s political landscape that supporters hope will improve representation of minority communities.
Santa Rosa Junior College President Frank Chong announced that all summer and fall classes will be held as planned, a week after his controversial decision to cut some classes.
If confirmed Tuesday by the City Council, Santa Rosa will have seven electoral districts, a change meant to make the city’s political representation more inclusive. Here’s the breakdown on the new districts.
Three men with guns walked into a man’s garage Saturday and walked out with his cash and marijuana.
The limit on price increases of more than 10 percent now lasts until Dec. 4 in Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Solano, and Sonoma counties.
The council approved a map carving the city into seven districts of about 25,000 voters each, three of which touch the downtown.
The incident began with a report of a man driving around the South Park neighborhood pointing a gun at people.
The federal grant virtually assures the 2.1-mile stretch under construction will have the funds needed to open by end of 2019.
The incident forced Casa Grande High School and other nearby locations to ‘shelter in place' on Tuesday.
Sonoma County, given advance warning, calls it a hoax. Lakeport has a more urgent response Monday.
Officials say Harry Miller shot his Anchor Bay neighbor, who then beat him with a shovel
Closed trails have forced a major route change for this weekend's Annadel Half Marathon.
Two gunshot victims showed up at a Santa Rosa hospital shortly before 9 p.m. on Thursday.
The man died after a struggle while being taken into custody last week.
A federal judge Monday temporarily blocked Sonoma County’s planned eviction of the numerous homeless people who are living in tents behind a Dollar Tree store in southwest Santa Rosa.
The girl was found late Monday after going missing the night before.