Kevin Fixler - Staff Reporter

Kevin Fixler is staff reporter at The Press Democrat


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Hundreds of local residents showed up Saturday to offer input on the future of the century-old campus in Sonoma Valley.
The 20-year-old woman, found hiding in the attic of a Virginia home, was the last suspect wanted for the February marijuana break-ins that left a man dead.
Pacific Gas & Electric Co. warned investors Thursday it anticipates being held liable for at least $2.5 billion in damages for October’s wildfires — and could be on the hook for billions more.
State legislators from the North Bay successfully lobbied for $2 million to match a federal grant that will upgrade water infrastructure in the fire-struck area.
An overturned all-terrain vehicle crushed the driver in 3-person accident Friday night.
As the specialty care facility’s historic run comes to a close, the community weighs in on what comes next.
People from across California came to celebrate a watershed moment in marijuana history while trying the latest in cannabis products and trends.
Rohnert Park police are searching for a suspected truck thief who lead officers on a 100-mph pursuit Tuesday night.
Alcohol is suspected in the single-vehicle Santa Rosa crash that sent a 17-year-old girl to the hospital, CHP said.
The District Attorney’s Office is reviewing the crash investigation for potential criminal charges. At least three injured motorists have filed civil suits.
The Cloverdale case is one of at least six price-gouging cases prosecuted in the North Bay since October’s firestorm.
Four people were arrested by Rohnert Park police Tuesday following a short pursuit and foot chase that ended outside a grocery store.
The new owner of the former State Farm campus hopes to start construction by the end of the year to hit a fall 2020 grand opening.
Windsor police suspect alcohol as a factor in the crash that sent the driver and passenger to the hospital on Saturday.
The new owner of Sonoma Pacific Co. says the damage from Tuesday’s fire — the third fire in 11 years to strike the company — was limited by the lessons learned during previous blazes.
'As far as we’re concerned at MTC, that’s a very good thing based on ... the broad array of projects across the whole nine Bay Area counties, with clearly some real benefits for the North Bay,' said Jake Mackenzie.
The ballot measure was proposed to help buoy the county’s budget for general services.
If passed by voters, the ballot measure would apply a 10 percent lodging fee for all private tent sites and RV parks.
The deal further consolidates local solid-waste operations and could have major implications for Sonoma County’s garbage industry.
Voters face one decision on Tuesday, and potentially another in November, that could affect the timeline for completion of the Highway 101 widening project.
The cause of Sunday's fatal crash remains under investigation.
Nick Moen wants his rebuilt Larkfield home to include a granny unit. Problem is, his homeowners association outlawed them in January. They're headed to mediation in a case that could have implications across the state.
The $10 million public works project is set for a fall finish, one year behind its original completion date.
The latest major crash into the Russian River is a reminder of the challenges of the ‘unforgivable’ Highway 101 stretch north of Cloverdale.
The Public Utilities Commission will take public comment Monday about preventing future fires from poorly managed poles.