Petaluma Police were notified of a driver going in the wrong direction on Daniel Drive, hitting a curb and parking facing oncoming traffic. Officers located the vehicle and found 34-year old Anthony Brundage who appeared intoxicated.
Firefighters are still battling the massive Ranch Fire in the Mendocino Complex. Cal Fire says it has burned nearly 330-thousand acres as of last night. Containment has improved to 76-percent, with firefighters regaining some ground. The
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is launching a new campaign ahead of Labor Day Weekend to combat driving under the influence. Deputy Administrator Heidi King says driving impaired by drugs is becoming more common on
Firefighters have stopped the forward progress of the Madrone fire and mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted. Residents have returned to their homes on Madrone Knolls Road after several structures were threatened in Healdsburg, just west
AB-2219, aiming to protect renters from being evicted, is passing the Assembly floor to Governor Brown’s desk. Assemblymember Phil Ting says it applies to families who are struggling to make their rent. The legislation
The body of a firefighter killed while fighting a wildfire in California is back home in Utah. These people stood on a highway overpass yesterday to pay tribute to the memory of Draper Battalion Chief Matt
The goal of a new bill introduced by State Senator Scott Wiener, SB923, is to keep innocent people out of jail by having law enforcement give a blind administration of lineups and videotape them.
The Mendocino Complex Fire is at almost 363-thousand acres burned and 64 percent containment. Cal Fire said yesterday the blaze that began on July 27th has destroyed close to 150 homes and continues to threaten over
The City of Draper is mourning the Utah firefighter who was killed while battling the largest wildfire in California history. Draper Fire Chief Dan Peterson expressed the sadness felt by many yesterday following the death of
Busy day for the board of supervisors: they agreed to give fire chiefs 42-million dollars for more firefighters and more fire houses in the county. Talks will continue on just how to come up with that