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Special Coverage: 2014 Year in Review

A boy who was rescued after plunging more than 200 feet off a cliff at Bodega Head Monday night is in 'stable but critical condition' at a Santa Rosa hospital.
Authorities are investigating the suspicious death of a 25-year-old Willits dance teacher, found dead by friends Saturday in a bedroom of a Brooktrails home.
The body of a man was found on the Santa Rosa Junior College campus Saturday morning.
Four people were killed Saturday when their fishing boat flipped, sending five people overboard. The lone survivor, a 66-year-old local, was rescued by helicopter.
The Mendocino County man, found Tuesday after six nights in the rugged Trinity County wildnerness, was in good health despite two storms and temperatures dipping into 30s and 40s.
Scores of runners who entered the weekend 'Run or Dye' event in Santa Rosa on Saturday left feeling ripped off.
Maria Carrillo students placed sparkling tiaras on the heads of the school's junior homecoming princesses, a popular same-sex couple.
Surveillance footage captures image of woman suspected in thefts of purses from six schools.
A judge freed the suspect on bail Thursday after investigators uncovered evidence that his accuser may have made up the incident.
The largest earthquake to hit the Bay Area since 1989 shook Northern California just after 3 a.m. Sunday morning, extensively damaging historic downtown Napa buildings, destroying at least three homes, injuring nearly 200 people and knocking out power to 60,000.
A former co-owner of a Petaluma slaughterhouse pleaded guilty Friday in U.S. District Court to participating in an alleged scheme to distribute meat taken from diseased cows afflicted with eye cancer.
A video clip of a Sonoma County sheriff's deputy punching and trying to restrain a Cotati man who was on the ground near Guerneville has spread rapidly through social media.
Brad Parker, a 36-year-old veteran rock climber and Montgomery High School graduate, died from a fall while climbing alone in Yosemite National Park on Saturday.
An autopsy indicates the comedian died at his Tiburon home from 'asphyxia due to hanging.'
Roger “Deets” Winslow, who led the Sonoma Valley High School wrestling team for more than two decades, was ejected from a speed boat on Lake Berryessa on Saturday.
Worldwide, people have answered an online video's call to pour ice water over their heads to raise money for a local cancer patient.
Two people were sent to the hospital with gunshot wounds Thursday afternoon and a suspect was still at large following a botched robbery and shootout at a Bennett Valley jewelry store, the second such incident at the business in a little less than a year.
Eight months after the fatal shooting of 13-year-old Andy Lopez by a sheriff's deputy, the D.A's Office announced Monday that no criminal charges will be filed against the man who killed him.
Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo was acquitted Monday of attempting to peek into a neighbor's home, winning a high-stakes legal gamble in which he laid bare his alcoholism and oversized ego to avoid a conviction and try to salvage his political career.
A quarter-century after Ramon Salcido's murderous rampage, victim may lose custody of her own daughter.