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Nashelly Chavez

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Santa Rosa, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Nashelly:

DACA recipients in Sonoma County happy after Supreme Court ruling but say there’s more work to be done

“For the most part, I was happy,” Petaluma resident Gricelda Correa said of her reaction to the court’s ruling. “But I was also rooted in the reality that this is still a temporary program.” → Read More

Sonoma County sees widespread ban of carotid chokehold at local police departments

At least six Sonoma County police chiefs and Sheriff Mark Essick have banned the use of the carotid restraint. → Read More

Sonoma County Superior Court tests safeguards as it expands court access

The expansion that began Monday included a very different mix of screening, social distancing and appointment measures to keep people safe while allowing more criminal cases to resume. → Read More

Sonoma County Superior Court resuming more criminal proceedings as justice system shifts toward return

The expansion will allow judges to hear a greater number and variety of criminal cases, but those without official court business, including relatives and friends of defendants, will still be barred entry. → Read More

Sonoma County Library eyes curbside pickup, awaits county’s OK

Sonoma County’s public health officer said curbside pickups at the Sonoma County Library could happen soon, though in-person visits are further away. → Read More

Sonoma County veterinarians adapt amid coronavirus pandemic

Veterinarians throughout the county now offer curbside service, though there are limits on which patients they can see. → Read More

Bodega Bay continues to see out-of-town tourists during coronavirus pandemic

A manager at a local store said Napa, Sacramento County and Bay Area visitors were among the most common. → Read More

Drive-thru coronavirus testing of health care workers begins in Santa Rosa

The county slotted 200 appointments for the drive-thru’s opening day, though the quick turn-around time for tests signaled the county may have the capacity to boost capacity, a spokesman said. → Read More

Warm weather sets record at Santa Rosa airport, tempts families outdoors

Temperatures are expected to cool slightly on Sunday but will still reach the high 70s. → Read More

How police in Sonoma County are enforcing coronavirus-related health orders

A California Health and Safety Code section gives police and deputies the authority to enforce public health orders with citations of up to $1,000 and six months in jail. → Read More

How Sonoma County is testing first responders for coronavirus

First responders, ranging from EMT workers to fire and law enforcement, are given priority testing in Sonoma County, a practice a new online petition suggests should be statewide. → Read More

Sonoma County law enforcement report fewer crashes amid pandemic locally, statewide

The decline in crashes mirrors an overall downturn in crime reporting to Sonoma County law enforcement agencies since the stay-at-home order was issued last month. → Read More

California DMV offices are closed indefinitely. Here’s what you need to know

The state agency launched its Virtual Field Office Thursday, expanding the number of services available online. → Read More

Santa Rosa officer who died of coronavirus honored in public safety procession across North Bay

The three-county procession to honor Detective Marylou Armer began early Friday morning in Sonoma County and ended in Napa County. → Read More

CHP sees surge of speeding Bay Area drivers amid coronavirus shutdown

The CHP has seen a surge of speeding Bay Area drivers amid the coronavirus shutdown. Officers remain out in force, the agency warned. → Read More

Sonoma County jail inmates released to prevent exposure to coronavirus

The strategy has led to a nearly 20% reduction in the number of inmates held in the county’s two correctional facilities. → Read More

Sonoma County launches coronavirus outreach to local Latinos

Sonoma County has invested more than $25,000 to boost public awareness about the virus among Spanish speakers. → Read More

Sonoma County Superior Court begins partial closure due to coronavirus

The court’s modified operations began on Monday and will continue until April 3. → Read More

Santa Rosa region to see first rainfall in more than a month on Saturday

It’ll be the first rainfall in Sonoma County since Jan. 28. → Read More

ICE agents attempt to arrest undocumented man at his Santa Rosa home

A team of federal agents with Immigration Customs and Enforcement blocked off a residential Santa Rosa street Wednesday while trying to coax a man out of his home. → Read More