AAA is offering its free “Tipsy Tow” ride service Sunday during the Super Bowl. Football fans can call 1-800-AAA-HELP between 6 p.m. Sunday and 6 a.m. Monday and specify they need a Tipsy Tow to get home.
Early morning graffiti vandalism in Santa Rosa: police say the suspect sprayed yellow spray paint all over the Taco Bell on Farmers Lane shortly after midnight. Many other areas along Farmers Lane had been hit by the
The Press Democrat’s sports reporter, C.W. Nevius discusses the blockbuster sporting event this Sunday, and takes a deeper look at spring training for the San Francisco Giants and Oakland A’s.
Debbie Mason, CEO of the Healthcare Foundation of Northern Sonoma County shares everything you need to know to enjoy the Go Red and Noche De Amor Event from 6-10pm on Saturday, February 10th.
President and CEO Elizabeth Brown of the Community Foundation Sonoma County talks about the Sonoma County Resilience Fund.
Assemblyman Marc Levine shares his knowledge on the Down Power Line and Cyber Bill:
Liza Gotein, co-director of the Brennan Center’s Liberty and National Security Program, shares the implications of the release of the Nunes memo.
A battle is brewing over a ballot initiative to give cities more control over the kinds of housing that can be rent controlled. California Apartment Association spokesperson Debra Carlton says her organization opposes the initiative supported by
A law to preserve net neutrality protections for California businesses and consumers is moving forward. Under this new legislation, Senate leader Kevin de Leon explained any net neutrality violations would be enforced under California’s consumer protection and
Police are calling the death of a Santa Rosa woman hit and killed by a SMART train a suicide. The collision happened around 7:30 yesterday morning on the tracks near Hearn Avenue, where witnesses said it appeared