Officials with Sonoma County announced on Tuesday the launch of the Russian River Revitalization project.
Inflation of a rubber dam began this week on the Russian River to help ensure the drinking water supply to about 600,000 residents of Sonoma …
More air tankers will support the pitched battle against the Walbridge Fire in Sonoma County, a Cal Fire official said Friday. “We have a robust …
A woman was being taken to a Santa Rosa hospital late Saturday afternoon after her vehicle veered off state Highway 1 into the Russian River …
Large portions of Sonoma County are now under mandatory evacuation orders due to the expanding Kincade Fire. The latest evacuation orders were issued about 6:15 …
The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office’s dive team found a deceased man Wednesday morning who disappeared a day earlier while swimming in the Russian River at …
A Petaluma man became separated from his family and drowned in the Russian River in Geyserville Sunday evening, the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office said. Deputies …
A Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office helicopter rescued a Fremont family when their inner tubes got stuck on bushes in the middle of the Russian River.
Curbside debris collection will begin Monday for Russian River communities affected by recent storms and flooding.
Residents and non-residents are now allowed into flood areas along the Russian River.
The body of a 29-year-old San Francisco man who went missing Sunday at a vacation rental home in Guerneville was found Monday morning in the Russian River.
An inflatable dam on the Russian River near Forestville will be taken down starting Monday to protect residents downstream.
The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Tuesday morning welcomed Forestville resident Lynda Hopkins to the five-member board, giving it the county’s first-ever female majority.
Sonoma County officials Sunday afternoon advised residents and visitors in the low-lying areas along the Russian River at Monte Rio and Guerneville to evacuate because the river is expected to reach flood stage tonight and over flow its banks.
National Weather Service officials said Sunday that they are closely watching the Russian River at Guerneville in unincorporated Sonoma County as it is expected to reach flood stage tonight and overflow its banks Monday morning.
Berkeley Unified School District officials said they are saddened at the loss of a former long-time employee who drowned Friday in the Russian River.
The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office has identified two young sisters who drowned after their vehicle crashed into the Russian River.
The Sonoma County corner’s office has identified a fisherman who was found dead Monday afternoon in the Russian River.
The body of a Los Angeles-area resident was found in the Russian River Tuesday morning.
A man drowned Saturday afternoon in the Russian River, according to Sonoma County sheriff’s deputies.