Kevin Fixler - Staff Reporter

Kevin Fixler is staff reporter at The Press Democrat


The Latest Stories By Kevin Fixler

The military veteran who stormed Pathway Home treatment center executed mental health employees before shooting himself.
The car traveled 50 feet down an embankment before ending in Dutch Bill Creek.
A driver mixed up the pedals while parking at Montgomery Village on Wednesday.
During the pursuit, two semi-automatic weapons, high-capacity magazines and ammo were thrown from the car.
The 33-year-old man eluded police for a week and now faces several felony and misdemeanor charges.
The 53-year-old man is alleged to have had six illegal guns and ammo hidden in concealed compartments of his home.
The District Attorney has revised an office policy to begin initiating the reduction of cannabis convictions without a petition.
A Wednesday thunderstorm brought pea-sized hail to sections of Sonoma County as part of seasonal showers for the region that are expected to continue until the weekend.
A man was armed with a loaded handgun and a baton in public last week.
The nonprofit mental health clinic is working to help its current clients with an eye on recovering after Friday’s deadly hostage incident.
Police charged the man with lewd acts on minors and providing them marijuana.
The suspect eluded police after using a gun to steal a pickup truck and is considered armed and dangerous, according to dispatch reports.
Police have arrested three teens in the past week suspected of either leaving a threat on campus or trying to disrupt school.
The 35-year-old man is accused of twice threatening a Rohnert Park man who previously dated the defendant’s girlfriend.
A jury convicted the 43-year-old former ranch hand in January on nine charges of lewd acts on minors.
A 71-year-old man failed to negotiate a left turn in the road and collided with a tree in Windsor on Monday afternoon, according to police.
A man was rushed to the hospital and a suspect was at large late Wednesday after gunshots were reported at apartments in northwest Santa Rosa.
Ceres Community Project will look to shift its resources to meet Sonoma County's growing need for other food programs.
Unhappy business owners continue to vent over massive delay on a $10 million traffic circle.
The City Council will consider changes to a pair of housing developments in the city’s emerging University District. The outcome could result in floor plan updates and new affordable housing.
Oakmont Senior Living is seeking city approval to build a fifth senior living complex in Fountaingrove, a half-mile from one of its facilities that burned to the ground during the October wildfires.
Underneath the charred remains, sprigs of post-fire growth are taking hold at the popular public lands in Kenwood.
About 12 passengers got an added rush of adrenaline Sunday as their pilot navigated past train wires and a barbed wire fence.
Homeowners looking to rebuild with energy efficiency, fire protection and water conservation in mind can attend a free Santa Rosa expo next Friday.
The $1.4 million represents the first casino payout beyond the guaranteed $8.5 million that comes each year from the Graton Resort & Casino to Rohnert Park.