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High-Power Weaponry Seized During Santa Rosa Safeway Parking Lot Arrest

SANTA ROSA (CBS SF) — A 29-year-old man was arrested Tuesday following an armed altercation inside a car in a Santa Rosa Safeway parking lot, authorities said. Santa Rosa police said Francisco Reyes-Quevas was being held on a variety of charges including possession of machine gun parts, possession of an assault rifle and being a felon in possession of a firearm. According to investigators, officers responded to a call of a man with a gun in the parking lot of the Safeway located at 1799 Marlow Rd. at 2:42 p.m. The officers were provided with a description of a vehicle associated with the...
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Santa Rosa Man Hit by Car in Lake County, Dies at the Scene

A Santa Rosa man has died after being hit by a car while walking on Highway 20 in Lake County. It happened on Saturday night on the eastbound side of the highway near the intersection with Hutchins Road in the town of Nice. The 58-year-old man was in the roadway for unknown reasons when he was hit by a car, dying at the scene. The driver, a 29-year-old Lucerne man, said he was unable to stop his vehicle in time. He’s not suspected of driving under the influence. The identity of the deceased has not been released.
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The Press Democrat to close its Rohnert Park printing facility

In a move that protects the long-term quality of local journalism, The Press Democrat plans to close its Rohnert Park printing facility in April and shift production to the East Bay. Steve Falk, the news organization’s CEO and publisher, told employees Tuesday evening company leaders have targeted Sunday, April 3,...
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Santa Rosa Man Struck by Driver on State Route 20 Near Nice Dying from Injuries, Says CHP

On January 15, 2022, at 2235 hours, Sullivan was driving his 2015 Chrysler, eastbound on SR-20 at Hutchins Road. As Sullivan was driving a pedestrian to be named later was in the roadway for reasons still under investigation. Sullivan was unable to stop his vehicle in time before the front of his vehicle collided with the pedestrian. The pedestrian succumbed to his injuries on scene. Sullivan was not suspected of being under the influence of drug and/or alcohol.

Help for Mental Health Crises—InRESPONSE Launched in Santa Rosa

On Jan. 11, behind the official city ceremony launching Santa Rosa’s inRESPONSE mental health crisis response program, stood a circle of first responders entrusted to execute this new paradigm of community safety. The ceremony’s elected officials and leaders of partner organizations spoke about the promise of the program. What...

Sonoma County’s Best Outdoor Dining Spots for Winter

In an ever-changing pandemic landscape, outdoor dining remains a constant. From Cloverdale to Petaluma, restaurants have created al fresco dining retreats, some with tents or artsy parklets. Most have equipped their patios and outdoor dining areas with heaters but, no matter the season, make sure to dress appropriately. During winter months and chilly nights, savvy diners know to bring a seat-warmer (an old coat will do) and wear cozy socks. Yes, it’s California, but we ain’t Palm Springs. Here are 35 favorite patios with heaters and a cozy ambiance for winter dining outdoors. Click through the above gallery for a peek at the patios.

Sebastopol Police Logs, Jan. 10-16

The following are crimes excerpted from Sebastopol Police Department daily crime log entries and listed at the time the alleged violation was reported. 11:47 a.m. Served misdemeanor arrest warrant for an outside agency at Petaluma and Abbott avenues. Adult arrested. 2:37 p.m. Forgery involving false checks, records or certificates, petty...

Open Mic: Sonoma County Fails to Support Homeless During Freeze Emergency

On the morning of Tuesday, Dec. 28, Homeless Action! sent an advisory to the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors, Santa Rosa officials and media about the need to protect unsheltered residents from the ominous freezing-weather forecast for four successive nights beginning Dec. 29. The County Commission on Human Rights issued a supporting statement the following day.

Plane Gets Stuck at Sonoma County Airport

A flight from the Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport in Santa Rosa had to be canceled after the plane drove off the runway and got stuck in the dirt. On Sunday afternoon, an Avelo Airlines flight about to take off for Burbank was turning off the taxiway onto the runway when it got stuck in the dirt. The pilot had turned the corner too tight causing the Boeing 737-800 to leave the pavement and get stuck. No injuries were reported and the 108 passengers were evacuated off the plane and transported back to the terminal and booked on different flights. Afterwards, aircraft tugs managed to tow the plane out of the dirt.

Fatality in Rio Vista Crash a Santa Rosa Woman

A Santa Rosa woman has been identified as the person who died in a multiple-vehicle pile-up Rio Vista. The crash happened Saturday morning on Highway 12 and Highway 160 on “the Sacramento County side” of the Rio Vista Bridge. Six vehicles were involved, killing 72-year-old Linda Martinez-Harper. She suffered serious injuries and was taken to NorthBay Medical Center in Fairfield, where she died from her injuries. The investigation into the crash is ongoing but the area was reported to have heavy fog at the time of the incident. It’s unclear whether anyone else involved was injured.

Man Arrested in Rohnert Park for Car Break-ins

A man is facing charges after allegedly breaking into three vehicles in Rohnert Park. Police responded to the 58-hundred block of Commerce Boulevard around 4 o’clock yesterday morning on reports a man was breaking into a car. Responding officers arrested 49-year-old Paul Good on multiple charges, including possession of drug paraphernalia.

Tomales Bay in Line for Living Shoreline Projects

San Rafael, CA – Two locations along the Tomales Bay shoreline have been identified as possible spots for projects aimed at protecting habitat from floods, adapting to climate change, and improving public access. The Marin County Community Development Agency (CDA) is exploring the use of grant funding from the...

Getting Answers: How Many Hospitals Are Helping Fill COVID-19 Surge Needs?

PLACERVILLE (CBS13) — Hospitals across the region are getting help from the state by filling the need with extra beds and staff. Marshall Hospital in Placerville has the space to care for patients, but Chief Nursing Officer Cindy Rice explained they struggle when it comes to staffing. “It’s been a long two years. Some nurses are leaving,” she explained. “We do have times where we are putting the puzzle pieces together to cover shifts to make sure we have enough staff.” The state asked Marshall for help to care for more patients, designating the medical center as a surge hospital and adding up...

WUSD expanding universal PreK-TK for 4-year-olds ahead of state mandate

Windsor Unified School District (WUSD) recently announced that it would expand its preschool and transitional kindergarten (PreK-TK) program to include younger students starting in the 2022-23 academic school year, three years ahead of the state mandate to do so. PreK-TK programs begin teaching preschool-aged children the basics they will need...

SBLive Arkansas 2021 Offensive Player of the Year: Fayetteville’s Isaiah Sategna relies on speed, desire and work ethic to be the best

Editor’s note: Over the coming days, we will honor the best and brightest individual performers from the 2021 Arkansas high school football season, culminating with the unveiling of the inaugural SBLive all-state team on Monday, January 24. Three years ago, Isaiah Sategna couldn’t have imagined that his final high...

Sonoma Democrats Endorse Retired Healdsburg Police Chief for Sheriff

Sonoma County Democrats are backing one of the four candidates for Sheriff. The local chapter has endorsed Kevin Burke, the retired Healdsburg police chief who recently switched his party registration from Republican to Democrat. In a statement from party leaders, they say “Chief Burke has always put the community first.” Burke is running against Assistant Sheriff Eddie Engram, retired Sonoma County Sheriff’s Captain Dave Edmonds and retired San Francisco police sergeant Carl Tennenbaum. If no candidate gets 50-percent of the vote in the June Primary, it will then go to a runoff between the top two vote getters.