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Three Arrested, Two Guns Confiscated in Santa Rosa Marijuana Robbery

Three men have been arrested after robbing an illegal marijuana grow in southern Santa Rosa. Last Friday morning, Sonoma Sheriff’s deputies responded to reports of a home burglary and shots fired on the 700 block of Todd Road. Two cars reportedly drove away from the location. One car was stopped near San Quentin prison in Marin County where the driver, 32-year-old Joseph Reyes, was detained. Found in his vehicle was an empty gun magazine, a large amount of cash, and an eighth ounce jar of weed. The second vehicle hit spike strips on Highway 101, took the East Washington Street off-ramp, and stopped on Wilson Street. The two occupants, Onnie Broussard and Jabril Tom, were arrested and deputies found about 25 pounds of processed weed in the car and a loaded handgun near the car. Deputies later learned that the residence that was robbed was growing a large amount of marijuana illegally and that some of it was stolen. No shooting victim was found.
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Victim of Roblar Fire Still Not Identified

The man who died during a 63-acre vegetation fire west of Cotati earlier this week still hasn’t been identified. The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office says investigators are having difficulty due to the man’s physical condition. The fire, called the Roblar Fire, started in a remote area on Monday afternoon. The man was found dead inside a skid steer construction vehicle. How and where the fire started have yet to be determined.
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8-year-old Richmond artist soars in DJ Khaled competition; needs your votes

For 8-year-old Brooklyn Ivy, talent is not the issue. Right now, votes are what she needs. The Richmond resident is currently soaring in a national competition called Next Up hosted by DJ Khaled. Dubbed “the world’s biggest online music competition,” Next Up has teamed with the Grammy winning producer in the search for the best new artists, songwriters, and producers around the globe.
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RH Cuts Outlook Weeks After Previous Guidance, Shares Slide

Shares of RH tumbled 9% at the opening bell Thursday after the luxury furniture store chain cut its sales expectations just weeks after issuing guidance to its investors, blaming worsening macro-economic conditions and rising mortgage rates. After predicting earlier this month that 2022 sales would be flat to up 2%,...

Petaluma Music Festival

JamBase is pleased to give away one (1) pair of GA passes to Phlowfest happening August 6 in East Troy, WI!. Enter by Jul 25, 2022 for a chance to win.

The World's Ugliest Dog Contest Has Named a Winner and He's Just Too Sweet

There is no contest quite like the World's Ugliest Dog Contest and thank goodness a winner has recently been named. After hours of deliberation, judges at the Petaluma, California contest named Mr. Happy, a Chinese crested-Chihuahua mix, as their best in show and now his owner, Janeda Banelly, is speaking out about his victory.

What to expect at the first in-person Marin County Fair since 2019 — fireworks, concerts, food and rides

For the first time since 2019, the Marin County Fair will be in-person from Thursday through Monday, July 4 at the Marin Center fairgrounds in San Rafael. This year’s theme, “So Happy Together,” will focus on outdoor performances like jugglers, stilt walkers and concerts, with activities for all ages. From 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. each day, fairgoers can enjoy classic carnival rides, fireworks and some of the healthiest carnival food options around. There will also be nightly concerts starting at 7:30 p.m. Here is an overview of some of the highlights coming to this year’s fair.

Napa County college launching nursing program for paramedics

A four-year college in Napa County is about to become one of just two in the state that will train paramedics to become registered nurses. Beginning in late August, Pacific Union College, a private liberal-arts school in Angwin, will welcome nine current paramedics who will spend 18 months training to become registered nurses.
NBC Bay Area

Highway 29 Closed in Napa County Due to Hazardous Materials Incident

A portion of Highway 29 in St. Helena is shut down Thursday while emergency crews respond to a hazardous materials incident. The highway closure is from Stice Lane to Whitehall Lane, according to the Napa County Sheriff's Office. In addition, there is a closure on northbound Highway 29 to Rutherford Crossing/Highway 128.

You Won’t Believe Where Tacos Tijuana Moved

The well-worn Wagon Wheel Saloon in north Santa Rosa has been called many things over the years, but a food truck hot spot is not one of them — until now. Once infamous for its cast of colorful (and sometimes felonious) characters, the faded green bar is now ground zero for some of the county’s best quesabirria.