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A perfect storm of dry, windless weather and wood smoke has combined to create some of the worst winter air pollution in Sonoma County and the surrounding area in years.
Sonoma County prosecutors on Tuesday charged a second person with obstructing police officers during a protest of the killing of 13-year-old Andy Lopez.
The U.S. wine industry performed well in November based on the Wine Industry Metrics posted by Wines Vines Analytics today.
After about two hours of deliberation, a jury convicted Walter K. Miller of attempted murder Monday evening in Mendocino County Superior Court for shooting at a pursuing sheriff's deputy from a speeding Thunderbird.
Sonoma County motorists merging onto the freeway have zipped past idle metering lights for more than a decade without noticing.
A Sonoma County volunteer fire department will hope residents will voluntarily draw blood Tuesday during a "Bucket Brigade Blood Drive."
Petaluma Police say a dead body was discovered Sunday afternoon on Caulfield Lane near Hopper Street.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 2.8 was recorded near The Geysers in Sonoma County Sunday night, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
A wealthy Chinese entrepreneur wants to turn 502 acres of the Roche family ranch and vineyards on the Sonoma County side of Los Careros winegrowing region into a first stop for wine country visitors from the Bay Area to experience how wine and other major North Coast agricultural products are made.
A custom cannabis strain developed in Sonoma County known as "Cherry Kola" won the Breeder's Cup at the 10th annual Emerald Cup cannabis competition, held for the first time ever at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds this weekend.
The National Weather Service issued a beach hazards statement for Northern California beaches from Sonoma County to Monterey, saying coastal spots could see waves between six to eight feet high and breaking around 17 seconds apart, according to the weather service.
"It hurts to have people hurl insults at you, scream at you, threaten you and falsely accuse you of things you have not done ... this is grief and anger in its darkest form ..." For our hometown, it's been a tough seven weeks.
There were no door-buster discounts, no advertised sales or coupons luring shoppers to the Christmas boutique set up in the rear workrooms of the Welfare League thrift store this week.
One of the most exciting facets of life on the road is finding new ways to look at frequently photographed locations.
Sebastopol winemaker Paul Hobbs has taken aim at a lawsuit that seeks to block his company's 48-acre vineyard conversion project in west Sonoma County, a company spokesman said Friday.