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Santa Rosa woman goes viral on TikTok for gluing eye shut
“Well I’ve gone and done it, I’ve won the most-idiot person award.”. That’s how Santa Rosa resident Jennifer Eversole started a TikTok post over the weekend detailing how she accidentally glued her eye shut. The post quickly went viral on the social media platform, and has been...
Shooting into vehicle in Santa Rosa leaves woman hospitalized
SANTA ROSA -- Police in Santa Rosa are investigating a shooting Monday night that injured a 19-year-old woman, according to a news release shared Wednesday by police. Officers responded to a 9:35 p.m. report Monday of shots fired in the 600 block of Dutton Avenue and found a Ford Mustang with both front side windows shattered and several shell casings on the ground but no suspects or victims. Detectives learned later that the Santa Rosa woman who had been shot was taken to a local hospital by family members. The investigation found that three people were in the Mustang...
High Speed Chase in Windsor Ends with Crash and Two Arrests
Two people have been arrested after a high speed chase in Windsor ends in a crash. Early Monday morning, police got a call about someone loading luggage into a car on Wilson Lane. Someone had stolen some of the luggage and the victim described a nearby suspicious SUV. A deputy spotted the SUV in a nearby parking lot but it drove away as the deputy approached. That led to a chase through a neighborhood with speeds reaching 80 miles-per-hour. It ended in the Windsor Mobile Country Club neighborhood when the SUV crashed through two fences and stopped after hitting a tree. The driver, Bradley Justis, ran from the scene and was arrested an hour later after he was found in a backyard shed. The passenger, Denise MacArthur, stayed in the SUV and was arrested there.
Two Arrested on Suspicion of Attempted Murder in Alleged Targeted Attack in Petaluma
A Sonoma County man and a juvenile have reportedly been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder in what police allege was a targeted gang-related attack. According to a department press release, Santa Rosa Police Officers responded to a reported shooting incident on the 600 block of Aston Avenue on Tuesday, May 30. According to witnesses, two unidentified suspects were seen fleeing the scene towards the east on Aston Avenue just before the arrival of law enforcement.
Santa Rosa police: 2 men sought in Joe Rodota Trail stabbing
Police are seeking two men wanted in connection with the stabbing of a man on the Joe Rodota Trail, authorities said. Police responded to Sebastopol Road and Dutton Avenue, about a block from the trail, at 2:12 a.m. Tuesday for a report of a man who had been stabbed, Santa Rosa Police Lt. Chris Mahurin said in a news release.
Santa Rosa's Safe Parking Program: A Successful Solution for Homelessness
Santa Rosa's Safe Parking Pilot Program has helped 148 homeless residents in its first year of operation, with 23% of participants moving into permanent housing. The program provides safe parking and vital services to individuals living in vehicles.
Petaluma Police Catch Three Vendors Selling Tobacco to Minors
Three Petaluma vendors who sell tobacco are in trouble. Petaluma Police held a decoy operation Wednesday night to check on tobacco vendors. They used teenage decoys who visited 17 vendors and tried to buy tobacco from them. A total of three vendors were caught selling to the underage decoys. The purpose of these operations are to make sure tobacco retailers to check for ID and do not sell to minors.
Former Navy Commander Brett Crozier Returning Home to Santa Rosa
FILE - In this Jan. 17, 2020 file photo provided by the U.S. Navy, Capt. Brett Crozier, then-commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71), addresses the crew in San Diego, Calif. The dismissed captain knew he was jeopardizing his military career when he broke protocol and sent a now-famous email warning of possible sailor deaths due to a coronavirus breakout on board, but he did so in an urgent effort to help avoid a "larger catastrophe," he wrote in a witness statement obtained by the San Francisco Chronicle. (Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Alexander Williams/U.S. Navy via AP, File)
Santa Rosa superintendent: Rincon Valley Middle students used school accounts for presentation filled with hateful, potentially threatening content
After a week of silence, Santa Rosa City Schools Superintendent Anna Trunnell released details on a set of racist and hateful Google Slides that threatened a Rincon Valley Middle School student and spurred a police investigation. That investigation, however, has been unable to proceed because police have not been provided...
Marin-Sonoma Narrows highway construction hits new milestone
Drivers heading into Marin can expect to see a new look on Highway 101 after Caltrans completes a milestone in its road widening project. Beginning Saturday, the state transportation agency will divert southbound traffic onto new elevated lanes spanning from San Antonio Creek to just north of Atherton Avenue in Novato.
Three of Four Pig’s Blood Suspects Will Face Trial
Three out of four suspects accused of using pig’s blood for acts of vandalism in Santa Rosa will go on trial. A judge dismissed the charges against the fourth suspect, Christina Henry, on Wednesday, saying there isn’t enough evidence against her. In 2021, the three suspects allegedly smeared pig’s blood on a public art installation, and on the home of an ex-Santa Rosa police officer. That officer testified as an expert witness for Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer later convicted of murdering George Floyd.
Napa County District Attorney’s Office files murder charges against Santa Rosa duo accused of selling fentanyl to teenaged victim
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA — Napa County District Attorney Allison Haley on Wednesday announced the filing of murder charges against two Santa Rosa men accused of selling fentanyl to a Napa teenager resulting in her death. The filing of charges against Alan Jazeel Martinez, age 22, and Luis Fajardo Melgoza, age...
Petaluma’s mobile home reform fight is about a lot more than rent control
The city is the latest in Sonoma County to update its decades-old regulations and the discussion goes beyond costs|. The 2.5-hour discussion at Petaluma’s city council meeting Monday, packed with older mobile homeowners and lasting well into the evening, resembled a number of public hearings that have taken place recently around Sonoma County.
Officer locates stolen firearm, two arrested in Petaluma
(KRON) — Two men were arrested after an officer located a concealed firearm Wednesday night during a traffic stop, according to the Petaluma Police Department. Just before midnight, an officer made a traffic stop on a vehicle in the area of Lakeville Highway and Browns Lane The officer made contact with the driver, Jose Ricardo […]
Railroad Square Music Fest presents free day of live music
What would you say to a music festival where admission is free, the bands are local or at least regional and the music is culturally diverse?. Last year’s crowd of some 6,000 fans at the Railroad Square Music Festival in Santa Rosa emphatically said “Yes!”. This year’s event,...
Famous wine-making family’s palatial home in Sonoma may hit sales record at $15M
The Sebastiani home is near the historic winery.
Santa Rosa approves new limits on vacation rentals but existing operators largely protected
Council members approved a slew of changes to Santa Rosa’s existing vacation rental ordinance following a marathon eight-hour meeting.|. A short-term rental or vacation rental is a property that is rented for less than 30 days at a time. Santa Rosa’s existing regulations require that all vacation rentals, including...
Smoky skies over much of US from Canada wildfires reminiscent of orange skies that covered Sonoma County in 2020
Smoke from Canada wildfires has been moving across the U.S. in the last month, causing millions of Midwest, East Coast and Canada residents to live under hazy skies and prompting air quality alerts from the Midwest to New England. While California has not seen the dramatic aerial effects of these...
NASCAR Cup Series at Sonoma: How to watch, stream, preview, picks for the 2023 Toyota/Save Mart 350
The culture of stock car racing is not known to attract a real wine and cheese crowd. At most racetracks, drivers and their crews are much happier and more comfortable celebrating a win or a nice run with a cold can of beer than anything more high-brow. But as ubiquitous as cans of Busch, Miller, or Coors may be in NASCAR, there is one place where those are happily traded in for Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, or Zinfandel.
Comedian Matt Rife will bring world tour to Luther Burbank Center in Santa Rosa, prompting ticket rush
Comedian Matt Rife — a rising star with more than 14 million TikTok followers and 4 million on Instagram — on Monday announced his two-year, 115-date “ProbleMATTic World Tour,” including two shows Nov. 29 at Santa Rosa’s Luther Burbank Center. Armed with a code provided...
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