Marin County’s coronavirus case count is nearing 6,300. Health officials confirmed close to 80 new cases yesterday, bringing the caseload to 6,249. 2 more deaths were reported, making the death toll is now 106.
A High Surf Advisory will be in effect for coastal areas in Northern California. Yesterday, the National Weather Service issued an advisory that will be in effect until 7 p.m. tonight. Large rip currents and sneaker waves
Santa Rosa customers had to get power restored to them after a car crash knocked power out. The crash happened on Highway 12 near Elaine Drive yesterday morning. A pickup truck knocked down a power pole, taking
Caltrain will be starting its new schedule today. The new schedule will include more frequent off-peak and weekend service. Officials came up with the idea for a new schedule to improve service for essential workers and others
The coronavirus caseload in Sonoma County continues to inch closer to 15,000. Health officials confirmed 230 new cases yesterday, bringing the case total to 14,705. Active cases are now at 3,193 after peaking at 3,606 on Saturday.