Christi Warren - Staff Reporter

Christi Warren is staff reporter at The Press Democrat


The Latest Stories By Christi Warren

Events are planned in Sonoma, Sebastopol and Santa Rosa to mark the one-year anniversary of the historic Women’s March series that followed President Trump’s inauguration in 2017.
Some residents, as well as city officials, were taken aback by the size of the antenna boxes being installed on utility poles.
The volunteer efforts were part of a national call to have ‘a day on, not a day off.’
The hourlong search involved the Sheriff’s Office helicopter Henry 1 and the U.S. Coast Guard.
The meeting will cover debris removal, watershed protection, flood prevention, state and federal financial assistance, housing and what’s next in recovery efforts.
The New Year’s Day arrest led authorities to a trove of rare gold and silver coins.
The man broke into a Rohnert Park home before taking off his clothes and climbing on top of the girl, say authorities.
SMART commuters had a little bit more elbow room Monday, as an extra rail car was added to three popular morning and early afternoon round-trip rides following an outpouring of interest from the community.
The notorious 2015 murder at Dahl Vineyards will reach a primetime audience Saturday as CBS’ '48 Hours' examines the events that led to the shooting.
Michael Dunne faces felony and misdemeanor drug-related charges and was being held without bail.
The quiet ceremony marked a new beginning for the junior college, this year celebrating its centennial.
Thursday is the last day the disaster recovery centers will be open. After that, those in need can get assistance online or by calling the disaster hotline.
The alleged assault happened when a deputy attempted to arrest the man on a felony warrant.
A suspect was arrested after Cotati gun shop B2 Enterprises reported a stolen firearm.
Coffee Park resident Carol Collins was a world traveler, real estate agent, journalist and fiercely loyal friend. Wit and humor carried her through life.
Surrounded by mountains in his hometown of Zahlé, Lebanon, Michel Azarian grew up hiking. When work brought him to Northern California in 2014, he savored the beauty and trails the region had to offer.
Veronica ‘Roni’ McCombs would drop-everything to help friends and family.
In an effort to downsize, the Seed Bank is moving to a space one-quarter the size just a block away.
Have a dried-out pine dropping needles in your living room? Here’s your best options for tree disposal.
Witnesses noticed a distinctive tattoo of the grim reaper and believe the suspect lives near the Dutton Avenue market.
Last-minute shoppers included people out to replace items lost in the fires, Santa Rosa retailers said.
Santa Rosa’s postmaster expects 165,000 packages to be delivered in Santa Rosa this week.
Debbie Havstad thought it was funny, but also a way to make the best of a bad situation.
'If they see these (stars) as daily reminders, they remember that they’re not alone,' says Jeff Parness, a New Yorker who started the pay-it-forward project after the Sept. 11 attacks.
Congregation Shomrei Torah had 35 congregants lose homes in the October fires.