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County sends fewer repeat convicts away
Sonoma County is bucking a statewide trend that is threatening to undo efforts to relieve prison overcrowding by sending away fewer inmates convicted of second felonies and parole violations.
Road to 'The Voice'
Santa Rosa songwriter's path takes her from modeling to Nashville and, finally, to the stage of NBC hit.
Green means go for Santa Rosa 5K run
900 turn out for the annual St. Patrick's Day fundraiser for city pools.
Sonoma County's voice for forgotten dogs
Mary Quinn befriends some of Sonoma County’s most miserable dogs, then writes an adoption ad for them as though the pup were speaking — to give the animals a voice and hopefully, a home.
Ballot dispute over Cotati sales tax measure
City's proposed sales tax hike may be headed to courtroom before it reaches ballot box.
'Amazing' music teacher killed in crash
Susan Hufford, a mother of three, had worked for the Mark West district since 1999.
Crimeans vote overwhelmingly to join Russia (w/video)
Residents in Crimea voted to secede from Ukraine and join Russia.
Ukiah wrestler's battle against all odds
Ukiah senior Pablo Gonzalez used to be just a fighter. Now he's a wrestler.
'Horrible scene' as woman, toddler struck on Highway 101
Suspected drunken driver holding toddler seriously injured after she ran across Highway and was struck.
Final words from Malaysian jet came after systems shutdown (w/video)
Final words from missing jetliner's cockpit gave no indication anything was wrong.
Hit-and-run crash leads to Santa Rosa chase
Driver, 19, arrested following high-speed chase in northwest Santa Rosa.
Education center helps public understand wetlands
People are flocking to the Laguna de Santa Rosa's new public educational center.
Golis: Santa Rosa grabs for your cellphone
Who out there is excited about the Santa Rosa City Council's plan to tax your cellphone?
Motorcyclist hurt in collision north of Bodega Bay
A motorcyclist from Vallejo was seriously injured Saturday.
Work to start soon on Museum on the Square in Santa Rosa
City issues permit, developer signs loan papers for former AT&T building project.
Petaluma River's muddy predicament
Slough's users hope repeatedly delayed, much-needed dredging will be done in 2015.
What's in store for Point Arena, Stornetta lands?
Residents of Mendocino County town joyful, wary over changes national monument may bring.
Sheriff's helicopter crew plucks dog from cliff (w/video)
Deputy Henri Boustany wasn't sure how the dog would react when approached by a stranger wearing a flight suit and helmet.
Sonoma Valley vintners show off wines from the barrel
Savor Sonoma Valley is expected to draw more than 2,000 guests to 26 wineries.
Smith: KSRO's early bird becomes a night owl
KSRO's David Wesley Page will sleep in a week from Monday.
Modest gains for Sonoma County home builders
Industry looks like it's finally shaking off the hangover of the past six years.
Gearing up for St. Paddy's Day
At Santa Rosa's St. Patrick's Day 5K Race, you have to earn the beer at the end with your feet. The Sunday fun run is one of several upcoming Sonoma County events celebrating all things Irish.
Bay Area man Googles self; learns he's wanted
Man's Google search of his name yielded a startling result: He was wanted in a shooting.
Meet Sebastopol's 'Owl Man'
Biff Varner could be considered a naturalist, but without a doubt he is Sebastopol's Owl Man.
Helicopter rescues kayaker in Russian River
Woman had become pinned against log in river near Healdsburg.
Scientists seek U.S. traces of Japan radiation (w/video)
Volunteers taking water samples at West Coast beaches in search for Fukushima radiation.
Malaysia: Plane's disappearance deliberate (w/video)
Jetliner missing more than a week deliberately diverted after severing contact, officials said.
Suspect arrested in Sonoma jewelry fraud
Oakland man suspected of purchasing jewelry in Sonoma with fraudulent credit card.
Jail staffing crunch prompts plans to bus inmates to Alameda County
Up to 50 inmates to be bused south to Santa Rita Jail under plans to address thin staffing.