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Santa Rosa, CA, United States

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Past articles by Andrew:

Sonoma County sheriff addresses fatal shooting by deputy; plans to release bodycam footage in two weeks

Sheriff Mark Essick said his agency plans to release the entire body camera footage from the killing in two weeks. → Read More

Sonoma County to play host to start of $6 million effort to unify maps of Bay Area’s 27 transit systems

Sonoma County will serve as the jumping off point for a new $6 million effort to develop a unified mapping system for the Bay Area’s 27 public transit systems, beginning 2024, according to a new plan announced by the region’s principle transportation agency. → Read More

PG&E, Sonoma County prosecutors reach deal to settle Kincade fire criminal charges

In public filings, PG&E has disclosed estimated liabilities as high as $800 million from the fire. → Read More

SMART board approves in-house freight rail operation, ditches gas tanker storage, at a loss

The search for freight business of equal value may prove daunting, according to industry experts. → Read More

Pro-Ravitch campaign calls for investigation into Gallaher fraud allegations

The campaign opposing the recall of Sonoma County District Attorney Jill Ravitch called for the county to investigate allegations of housing fraud contained in a whistleblower lawsuit brought by a former employee of an apartment complex built by Bill Gallaher. → Read More

Toxic algae bloom found in Russian River in Cloverdale

The mats also can be harmful to human health, particularly that of children, according to the State Water Board. → Read More

Sonoma County supervisors near decision on new county complex, with an eye toward downtown Santa Rosa

Momentum appears to be building to shift more than 2,400 county employees into downtown Santa Rosa. → Read More

Snoopy’s Home Ice, storied Santa Rosa rink, reopens to the public

The 12:30 p.m. public skate on Wednesday marked the first gathering on ice since the pandemic began in March 2020. → Read More

Sonoma County in for another near-record hot day on Thursday

Things start to cool off for the weekend. → Read More

Napa County law enforcement responds to possible shooter at Yountville Veterans Home

Multiple law enforcement agencies were responding to a report of a possible active shooter at the Veterans Home of California in Yountville on Tuesday morning. → Read More

Pedestrian killed in Highway 12 collision

Fatal collision on marks second pedestrian death in that area in four months. → Read More

Cold front to bring rain to Sonoma County beginning Friday night

A cold front could bring as much of an inch of rain to parts of the North Bay → Read More

Sonoma County sheriff’s deputies arrest three suspected catalytic converter thieves near Santa Rosa

The three were arrested just outside Santa Rosa over the weekend. → Read More

California Democrats seek to add 535,000 acres of wilderness in state

It would be the largest designation of federal wilderness area in a decade. → Read More

EPA contest seeks ideas for a cheap air cleaner for wildfire season

Such an invention could help Bay Area residents, who faced record numbers of poor air quality days in 2020. → Read More

California could see to-go cocktails legalized under new bill

California lawmakers are considering two bills to expand revenue opportunities for the dining sector, which has been upended like few others by the pandemic. → Read More

House Dem kills $12 million Gordon coal fund on technicality

A rules debate cost the Speaker of the House a win on Friday and could also cost the governor tens of millions of dollars to fight for coal exports. → Read More

New Wyoming coal company abandons mines and miners —

State officials are picking up the pieces after Blackjewel goes belly up. → Read More

Lawmakers eye stricter trespass laws at agriculture’s request

The Judiciary Committee advanced a suggestion brought by the farming and ranching lobby that will make it easier to prosecute the public for trespassing. → Read More

Bedrock erosion: How much has Wyo lost to coal’s decline?

All told, the state today collects at least half a billion dollars less in coal revenue each year than a decade ago. WyoFile breaks down the numbers. → Read More