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9/1/2014
Santa Rosa Man Dies in Cliff Fall
A Santa Rosa man is dead and two others are seriously injured after falling from a Daly City beachside cliff. San Mateo County officials say emergency crews responded Saturday morning around 4:30 to a cliff rescue call just south of Thornton State Beach. Paramedics say they were able to treat two of the three victims who fell about 250 to 300 feet. Authorities say 29-year-old Sean Carrington was declared dead at the scene. The incident is still under investigation.
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8/29/2014
Tour of California Will Skip Sonoma County
The 2015 Tour of California Cycling Race will not return to Sonoma County. Raissa de la Rosa, joint chair of the Local Organizing Committee for the Amgen Tour of California released a statement on Friday regarding the omission of Sonoma County in the country's largest cycling race: "While we are disappointed that the Tour will not be returning to Santa Rosa, or even to Sonoma County, we understand the constraints AEG has to work within.  They’re in a difficult position and remain great partners.  We will continue our efforts to bring the race back in the future." The cycling race has been hosted in Santa Rosa seven times in its nine-year history. The Tour of California has brought about $20-million dollars to Santa Rosa over the seven years we have hosted the race. 
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8/25/2014
Early Warning System Sounded Ahead Of California Quake
An early warning system is credited with giving scientists at UC Berkeley the heads up that a powerful earthquake was about to hit.  Yesterday's magnitude 6.0 quake hit the Napa, California area before dawn.  The warning system sounded the alarm ten seconds before the shaker was felt.  It's still in the development stages, but once it does go online across the state it's expected that some people could receive an early warning earthquake alert nearly a full minute before they're actually hit by it.
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8/20/2014
KSRO EXCLUSIVE!
A LOCAL MAN VIDEO TAPES A "FIERCE BEAT DOWN" BY A SONOMA CO. SHERIFF'S DEPUTY - OR IS IT SOMETHING ELSE ALTOGETHER IN THIS SHOCKING VIDEO?
What a difference context can make. In Ferguson, Missouri riots are erupting over the shooting of an unarmed man, whom the African American Community believes was gunned down for WWB - walking while black. The pictures seem to suggest that was the case. But, like Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman, perspective and context can make the difference in whether police brutality is at work, or other things are happening concurrently. Here in Santa Rosa, last weekend along River Road, something similar happened. It LOOKS like a guy is getting a fierce beat-down by the Sonoma County Sheriff Deputy who is trying to arrest him. But listen throughout the morning from 6-9 to hear what the Sheriff's office has to say, and then let us know what you think. Or call us at (707) 726-1035 and TELL us what you think. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10202668937706457
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