9 hrs ago
Former church worker arrested for credit card fraud
There is new trouble for a woman who claims she was sexually abused at church. She's now at the center of a casino credit card investigation.
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14 hrs ago
The Business Journal
North Bay jobless rates continue downward in March
Unemployment rates across the North Bay improved slightly in March and were well below the year-ago estimate, according to initial state estimates released Friday, and five of the six counties for which data was available added 13,600 jobs in the previous 12 months.
18 hrs ago
The Community Voice
New charges added for fake credit card suspect
One of the women arrested at the Graton Resort & Casino for using a fake credit card faces additional charges, including felony child endangerment.
22 hrs ago
Oil Fire Causes Major Damage To Taco Bell Restaurant In Sebastopol
A cooking oil fire caused major damage to a Taco Bell restaurant in Sebastopol Wednesday evening, Sebastopol fire Chief Bill Braga said.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
San Francisco Bay View
24 hours: What you do with them is up to you
Whether it's raining or sunny, warm or cold, the sun comes up and goes down with or without our approval.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
'Jail? But my kid is in the car'
One of several suspects arrested for allegedly using fake credit cards at the Graton Casino showed up to court Thursday in Santa Rosa, only to leave her 3-year-old girl unattended in a parking lot with meth syringes inside, authorities said.
Graton Casino Wins With Community Loudspeakers
Billed as "California's Finest Casino", Graton Casino is a Native American casino located north of San Francisco not far from California's famed wine country.
Five Credit Card Schemers Arrested in the Bay Area
On Saturday, five Bay Area residents were arrested by the Sonoma County's Sheriff's Office on charges of using theft using fraudulent credit cards.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Walnut Creek Resident Nabbed with Ring Allegedly Making Fake Credit Cards in Hotel Room
A 33-year-old Walnut Creek resident was among five individuals arrested Saturday for allegedly making fraudulent credit cards in a hotel room and accompanying theft-related charges, the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office said.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Prostitution sting targeting Hwy. 101 corridor nets 19 arrests
Continuing efforts to try to restrain a burgeoning trade in commercial sex along Sonoma County's Highway 101 corridor prompted three coordinated, multi-agency sting operations Friday, resulting in 19 arrests, authorities said Monday.
Bust in suspected credit card ring
Sonoma County sheriff's detectives have arrested five people suspected of making fake credit cards in a Rohnert Park hotel room, then using the bogus cards at the Graton Resort & Casino and other businesses.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Officials question tribe's intentions with land
County officials are still in the dark about whether the Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo have submitted an application to declare their 277-acre parcel of land south of Petaluma as sovereign land.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Dry Creek Pomos face expulsion from tribe
More than 75 members of the Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians have been notified they face expulsion in another round of disenrollments that have roiled the tribe in recent years.
Sun Mar 23, 2014
Tough, but fulfilling, way to aid Sonoma County
A child of the 1960s and '70s, Felicie Leech grew up in a politically aware household that emphasized the slogan "think globally, act locally."
Fri Mar 21, 2014
The Business Journal
North Bay unemployment rates dip in February
Sonoma County led the North Bay in year-over-year job growth in February, while unemployment rates across the North Bay were largely unchanged or a few tenths of a percentage point lower after a seasonal uptick in January, according to state figures released Friday.