A shallow magnitude 4.1 earthquake was reported Wednesday evening two miles from Castle Rock Springs, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 9:55 p.m. Pacific time at a depth of 0 miles. According to the USGS, the epicenter was 13 miles from Clearlake, 14 miles...
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A nationwide immigration raid targeting 7-Eleven convenience stores included six Bay Area cities, immigration officials announced Wednesday. Napa, Santa Clara, Santa Rosa, Suisun City, Petaluma and Sebastopol were among the areas inspected...Show More Summary
The newly remodeled motel shines as Santa Rosa, Calif., rebounds from devastating fires.
The leader in seamless technology, comfort and moisture wicking performance leverages the concealing prowess of Mossy Oak® and Realtree® Santa Rosa, CA (January 8, 2018) – No matter how you load it, you can’t hide from quality. That’s...Show More Summary
Mango the dog, who washed out in this year’s Puppy Bowl, won something more important than a football game. Mango the dog won a home. The story of Mango the dog, a street mutt who could be the most famous puppy in the history of Santa...Show More Summary
A beginning skier who was killed when he slid off an icy trail at Heavenly Lake Tahoe and tumbled into a tree last week has been identified as 49-year-old Santa Rosa man.
The secretary of the Department of Homeland Security says the federal government is helping to remove thousands of tons of debris as part of rebuilding efforts in wildfire-ravaged areas of … Click to Continue »
Wednesday: Leaving fire-ravaged Santa Rosa, census fears, Silicon Valley sex parties and, finally, the California of a century ago
A man who was initially apprehended for peeping on an 11-year-old girl in her bedroom in Santa Rosa was later arrested for sexual assault after explicit messages exchanged between the two on Snapchat were found by the girl’s father, police said. Show More Summary
What Logan Hertel and his friends found in the scorched remains of their Northern California neighborhood wasn’t a photo album, a wedding ring or even a skittish cat separated from its family. What they discovered were goldfish — plain, sickly and living off ash in a grimy tub. Somehow the unspectacular...
SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) — What Logan Hertel and his friends found in the scorched remains of their Northern California neighborhood wasn't a photo album, wedding ring or even a skittish cat separated from its family for months.
During crises like Hurricane Irma or the Santa Rosa fires, local reporters are often the first on the scene and capture critical coverage. They have in-depth knowledge of the community and its landmarks, providing insights and context to these breaking news events. Show More Summary
Firefighters will be battling the Thomas fire into next month; Congress is looking to send relief money; and one couple who survived a blaze in Santa Rosa is discovering how to start all over again. TOP STORIES After the Fire, the ‘Pool People’ Find Kindness You may recall the story of Jan and...
Lights and decorations appeared in the scorched Coffey Park neighborhood of Santa Rosa this weekend, erected during a holiday celebration amid the rubble.
A fast food restaurant under construction collapsed in Santa Rosa on Thursday and injured three workers, Fire Department officials said. The collapse happened just before 12:30 p.m., at 2005 Cleveland Ave. in the northwestern part of...Show More Summary
The Cathedral of St Eugene in Santa Rosa, California, will have a candlelit Rorate Mass in the traditional rite on Saturday, December 16th, starting at 6 a.m. The church is located at 2323 Montgomery Drive.
In the Coffey Park neighborhood of Santa Rosa, where many blocks of houses were burned to the ground during the North Bay fires in October, some residents are determined to get into the holiday spirit despite everything they've lost, erecting Christmas trees and other symbols of cheer on the charred lots where their homes once stood.
"The fires really started a big change – there was a big ripple effect. Anything under $700,000 is moving very quickly whether it's a fixer or a condo..."...
The fires were still smoldering in Santa Rosa and other North Bay communities when the first signs of disaster-related fraud appeared, targeting victims and well-meaning donors. And illegal schemes continue to be reported, two months...Show More Summary