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78-year-old woman pleads guilty to vehicular manslaughter
"This case is a sad reminder of the importance of paying full attention when operating a motor vehicle.
Sheriff's helicopter rescues man from rocks at Sonoma Coast
A man who dislocated his shoulder by falling off rocks at a rugged beach was rescued with the help of the Sonoma County Sheriff's helicopter, Bodega Bay Fire Capt.
'Make it a Bird's Weekend' in Bodega Bay for Hitchcock Film Fest and Gala
"Stay & Play" in Bodega Bay to experience the 2nd Annual Hitchcock Film Fest and "Make it a Bird's Weekend."
Plan for rural broadband collapses
March 04--A $138 million initiative to extend high-speed Internet capacity to about 150,000 rural California households -- including 3,520 in Sonoma and Mendocino counties -- has collapsed, forcing advocates to start from scratch after nearly three years of planning.
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Santa Monica Library Hosts Women in Nanotechnology
The Santa Monica Public Library this month will celebrate the contribution of women scientists in the new field of nanotechnology with a panel discussion consisting of the nation's foremost authorities on the subject.
Chesbro bill would allow underage beverage students to sip
Some thirsty, underage students in California soon may be able to sip on a nice chardonnay or a robust porter - legally.
Body found near Bodega Bay
The death of a person found Sunday near Gleason Beach north of Bodega Bay is being investigated as a potential suicide, said Sonoma County Coroner's Sgt.
Sanddab/Crab Trips Only Game In Town Until April Salmon Opener
Sanddab and crab combination trips continue to be the only game in town for the next two months prior to the anticipated salmon opener on the first Saturday in April.
Authorities Struggling To Recover Body Seen Floating Off Bodega Head
The California Highway Patrol called the Sonoma County fire and emergency dispatch center around 1:15p.m. to report a body was spotted in the water at Bodega Head, a dispatcher said.
Captain's Log: Northern Neighbors Reeling from Decision to Close Waterways to Fishing
Our CenCal and NorCal California neighbors are reeling under the real-world impacts of the California Fish & Game Commission shutting down fishing in coastal rivers and streams from roughly Big Sur all the way to the Oregon border.