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10 hrs ago | KRON 4
A man shot and killed his wife after he said she attacked him in a Glen Ellen home this evening, according to the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office. Deputies responded to a report of a shooting in the 4200 block of Warm Springs Road shortly before 7 p.m., sheriff's officials said.
10 hrs ago | KTVU Oakland
A man shot and killed his wife after he said she attacked him in a Glen Ellen home on Saturday evening, according to the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office. Deputies responded to a report of a shooting in the 4200 block of Warm Springs Road shortly before 7 p.m., sheriff's officials said.
Unique Recycling of Solano County has been honored by United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay for employing workers with disabilities. It will receive an Employee of the Year award on Sept.
A drone lifts off at Kunde Family Vineyards near Santa Rosa, Calif. Ryan Kunde, a winemaker at DRNK Wines, flies his drones recreationally and has been testing drones with the goal of one day using them to help make decisions in the vineyard.
Santa Rosa police arrested a Vallejo man Wednesday on suspicion of killing a San Rafael man in a motel during a marijuana deal that ended badly on Aug. 31. Detectives identified Donald "Buddy" Paul Parker, 35, of Vallejo, as a suspect and tracked him to his home on Moonraker Court in Vallejo where he was seen driving, police said. Santa Rosa and Vallejo police and the California Highway Patrol surrounded Parker's home and ordered him to surrender around 11 p.m. Wednesday, police said.
It was held Sept. 4 from 5-7 pm. The Krugs undertook renovations and upgrades at both their Sonoma County hotels, the Dry Creek Inn in Healdsburg and the Sonoma Valley Inn located in the town of Sonoma, to meet the rising expectations of the ever-more sophisticated guests drawn to the region for the fine wine, culinary delights and beauty.
A man who paralyzed a girl and killed his own passenger when he crashed head-on into another car in Sonoma County while drunk and on cocaine pleaded guilty to 14 felony counts in a Santa Rosa courtroom on Thursday, officials said. Damodar Chandradas, 26, of San Francisco was driving southbound on Highway 121 the evening of Oct. 29, 2013, with Sergei Beoglozan, 26, riding in the passenger seat, prosecutors said.
Emily Nagan of Desserts by Emily and Tracy Mattson of CookieTake a Bite! were winners at the Harvest Fair food competition. When the Sonoma County Harvest Fair rolls around each October, there's plenty of well-deserved back-patting among the local wine community for the myriad double gold, gold and silver awards given out by a team of high-ranking wine judges.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of whoever shot and killed a pony outside Rohnert Park over the weekend. The animal, 16-year-old Misty, was found with a small caliber bullet wound to the rear flank early Sunday morning in a field on Pressley Road.
A 37-year-old Santa Rosa man has been arrested on murder and burglary charges in connection with a Petaluma homicide, authorities said. Santa Rosa police announced Thursday that Mikol Wayne Stewart had been booked into Sonoma County Jail on charges stemming from a Wednesday afternoon slaying in the 100 block of Suncrest Hill Drive.
Update: Pepper Crown, who won the Rolling Green Stakes on Sept.1 and who previously captured the Grade 3 San Francisco Mile, heads a field of eight entered for Friday's seventh race. The 1-mile allowance event on the grass offers a base purse of $35,000 plus up to $10,500 for the five California-breds including Pepper Crown.
Highway 37 between Vallejo in Solano County and Sears Point in Sonoma County is scheduled to be closed on two upcoming weekends and various week nights. The state Department of Transportation will be doing paving and maintenance work between Highway 29 in Vallejo and Highway 121 at Sears Point.
September is my favorite time of the year in the Jordan Estate garden. From heirloom tomatoes, chili peppers and Japanese eggplants to Kadota figs, Zebra squash and Charentais melons, practically every plant is covered with something colorful and delicious.
The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors directed staff on Tuesday to draft a campaign finance reform ordinance limiting individual contributions to candidates running for county office to $1,500 per election cycle - with room for increases. The proposal was passed 4-1, with 3rd District Supervisor Mark Lovelace dissenting.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 10:38 am
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