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Chantelle Lee

sonoma news

Santa Rosa, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Chantelle:

Student at Santa Rosa Junior College tests positive for coronavirus

A student at the Santa Rosa Junior College has tested positive for COVID-19, marking the first case of the disease on the college campus. → Read More

Student at Santa Rosa Junior College tests positive for coronavirus

A student at the Santa Rosa Junior College has tested positive for COVID-19, marking the first case of the disease on the college campus. → Read More

Santa Rosa teen arrested on suspicion of driving pickup into crowd at George Floyd protest

One victim was identified and interviewed, which eventually led to the suspect’s arrest, police said. → Read More

Protesters close Hwy 101 after daylong rally in Santa Rosa

A daylong rally involving hundreds of people protesting the recent death of George Floyd and others in police custody ranged widely across central Santa Rosa on Saturday, closing Highway 101 twice before police used tear gas to disperse a crowd of several dozen who had blocked the freeway downtown. → Read More

Nearly all of Sonoma County youths who contract coronavirus are Latino, data shows

Latino youth were 54 of the 57 confirmed COVID-19 cases under 18, according to data from the Sonoma County public health division, which cited large households as probable cause. → Read More

Sonoma County seeks state waiver to further lift coronavirus shutdown restrictions

Sonoma County’s public health officer plans to provide details next week on how more businesses and activities might be reopened. → Read More

Sonoma County looks to governor’s guidelines to reopen more businesses

After allowing some retailers to offer curbside services Friday, Sonoma County is now looking to meet Gov. Gavin Newsom’s benchmarks to reopen more types of businesses. → Read More

Santa Rosa police searching for missing 82-year-old man

Leonard Manwaring, who goes by “Jim” and taught at Santa Rosa City Schools, was last seen when he left for a walk Monday morning. → Read More

Large fire erupts at Occidental Arts and Ecology Center

Multiple callers reported seeing a fire and hearing explosions near the center. → Read More

22 new coronavirus cases mainly a result of increased testing efforts, Sonoma County officials say

A one-day spike of 22 new coronavirus cases was mainly the result of Sonoma County’s testing people known to have had contact with other residents who have tested positive. → Read More

Skies will be clear and sunny in the North Bay this week

The forecast doesn’t show any rain for the next several days. → Read More

State modeling shows smaller Sonoma County peak for coronavirus

On Friday evening, the county reported 91 active cases — the highest confirmed active caseload to date locally. → Read More

Sonoma County’s Asian-owned businesses ‘trying to hang in there’ as business slows during shelter-in-place order

While local agencies haven’t received any reports of anti-Asian discrimination in Sonoma County, many residents have heard harrowing stories of racism related to the coronavirus pandemic against Asian Americans elsewhere in the country. → Read More

Sonoma County surpasses 100 confirmed cases of COVID-19

Sonoma County health officials plan to soon provide more detailed demographic information about local coronavirus cases now that there have been more than 100. → Read More

Santa Rosa police officer dies from coronavirus; second death in the county

A Santa Rosa police officer died Tuesday after contracting the coronavirus, marking the second death in Sonoma County from the fast-moving disease. → Read More

Sonoma County records second-biggest jump in coronavirus cases

The senior community reported its first resident with coronavirus on a day when Sonoma County reported its second-biggest one-day jump in cases. → Read More

Sonoma County’s charitable sector responds to growing need amid coronavirus emergency

Sonoma County’s charitable sector has ramped up efforts to address the growing need for food, shelter and financial support in response to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Costco sells out of toilet paper as concerned shoppers rush Santa Rosa store

With the soaring demand, the warehouse store limited customers to buying one package of toilet paper per Costco member. → Read More

Sonoma County expands testing for coronavirus at hospitals, clinics and urgent care centers

Sonoma County health officials are opening a new front in the battle against the local spread of the novel coronavirus, turning to aggressive and coordinated testing at hospitals, clinics and urgent care centers. → Read More

Sonoma County fire officials bracing for loss over tax to boost firefighting efforts

Measure G, the countywide tax to support fire services, remained short of its two-thirds threshold, with tens of thousands of ballots uncounted. → Read More