Eloisa Ruano Gonzalez, Petaluma Argus

Eloisa Ruano Gonzalez

Petaluma Argus

Santa Rosa, CA, United States

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Past articles by Eloisa:

Plane crash kills two in Petaluma

Two people were killed when a homebuilt airplane crashed near the Petaluma Airport. → Read More

Plane crash kills 2 in Petaluma

The small plane crashed on East Washington Street near the Petaluma Municipal Airport. → Read More

Santa Rosa Junior College postpones summer registration after uproar over cancellation of classes

Santa Rosa Junior College postponed summer registration just hours after it announced many of its summer classes would be canceled. → Read More

Santa Rosa Junior College postpones summer registration after uproar over cancellation of classes

If your student had planned to take summer classes at SRJC, read this. → Read More

Santa Rosa schools forgoing state standardized testing this spring

District officials decided to seek a waiver from the state’s standardized tests this spring after losing three weeks of class instruction in the wake of October’s wildfires. → Read More

Sonoma County students join in national school walkout to protest gun violence

Thousands of Sonoma County students joined others across the nation for a coordinated school walkout calling for stronger action to curb gun violence. → Read More

Rising alarm over Xanax abuse by Sonoma County students

School officials say there’s a growing problem on campuses of students abusing the anti-anxiety drug. → Read More

‘It is everywhere’: Xanax abuse on the rise among local students

School officials say there’s a growing problem on campuses of students abusing the anti-anxiety drug Xanax. → Read More

Car crashes into Freestone’s Wild Flour Bakery on Bohemian Highway

At least six patrons suffered minor injuries after a car crashed into the building Sunday afternoon. → Read More

Young immigrants in Sonoma County join race to renew deportation reprieve

As federal immigration authorities extend a key Obama-era program, young undocumented immigrants are girding for an uncertain future. → Read More

High-speed chase ends on Trinity Road with arrest of Sonoma Valley man

The 54-year-old man was booked into jail on suspicion of driving drunk and evading deputies. → Read More

Forecasters: Rain could trigger flash floods and mudslides in North Bay burn areas

Rainfall could trigger mudslides in areas that burned during October’s wildfires, as two-day storm expected to bring heavy rains, strong winds. → Read More

‘Today’ show airs Christmas surprise for families who lost homes in fires

The ‘Today’ show partnered with Walmart and a Marin County woman to create an early Christmas for 10 Sonoma County families impacted by October’s wildfires. → Read More

Petaluma store clerk knocked unconscious during robbery

Police say the man punched the store clerk in the head, causing significant head injuries. → Read More

Aid leaders attempt to clarify picture on donations going to North Bay fire victims

Some residents have voiced frustration over not knowing where the larger pool donations for various different agencies and groups are going or how to access them. → Read More

Sonoma Valley family displaced after SUV slams into their home

A family was displaced after a neighbor slammed the family Range Rover through their Verano Avenue home early Thursday, officials said. → Read More

New data show Sonoma County fire damage by community

Countywide, the wildfires destroyed 6,600 structures, including 5,130 homes, according to Cal Fire. → Read More

Petaluma woman suffers major injuries in Lakeville Highway crash

Petaluma firefighters had to extricate the woman, who was trapped in her car after it rolled into the path of an SUV on Lakeville Highway. → Read More

Game on: Santa Rosa Junior College revives game programming degree

The Bay Area is the epicenter of the $24.5 billion gaming industry that needs designers and programmers. → Read More

McGuire bill would require school districts to enroll 650,000 Medi-Cal kids for free, low-cost meals

The Feed the Kids Act looks to help remedy the statistic that one in four California children go hungry by automatically enrolling low-income students in lunch programs. → Read More