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Rohnert Park Crash

A Rohnert Park man suffered major injuries when his SUV crashed into a railroad crossing signal structure that spans Rohnert Park Expressway. 21-year-old driver Damien Phang struck and sheared off the base of two eight-inch diameter poles that support the metal structure, which then blocked half of Rohnert Park Expressway. (photo courtesy Rohnert Park Public Safety)


County Economic Leader

Sonoma County is hoping for a replacement for economic development cheif Ben Stone who retired April 30th. Eyes are on Sheba Person-Whitley from Stockton to take the job. The Board of Supervisors is expected to approved her hiring on May 14th. (photo courtesy North Bay Business Journal)


Drone Deliveries

Commercial deliveries by drone are going to take off, in Virginia to start. An affiliate of Google, named Wing Aviation, has received federal approval for the delivery flights. The approval marks the first time a company has received a federal air carrier certification for drone deliveries. Drone deliveries are due to be launched later this year. (photo courtesy Electronics Weekly)


County Numbers Down

Following the wildfires of 2017, more than 3000 people have departed Sonoma County. New Census Bureau numbers show a drop in county population that is bigger that the estimates released in December. County officials are looking at the numbers to analyze the need to reconsider the housing crisis. (photo courtesy Seawolf Living)


Cyclist Death Mistrial

In the trial of the driver of the truck that hit and killed bicyclist Amy Suyama in 2016, the jury was unable to reach a verdict yesterday. After the jury was deadlocked, the judge called a mistrial. Courtney Rudin is accused in driving his car around a slow moving truck and into Suyama, who was participating in a large organized bike ride. (photo courtesy The Press Democrat)


Prosthetic Leg

The mystery of the prosthetic leg found in a Cloverdale lumber yard has been solved. Dion Callaway of Santa Rosa was skydiving when his prothetic leg dropped off. After finishing the dive, Callaway and his friends failed to find it. A worker at the lumber yard found it and called the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office. The leg had a serial number, so it was easy to reunite it with Callaway. (photo courtesy Dion Callaway)


Earth Day

Today is Earth day, called the World's Larregst Environmental Movement. It was started on this date in 1970, and today 192 countries, and more than 1 billion people take part in activies like beach and park clean ups, tree planting, marches to make lawmakers aware of the need to take care of the planet. (photo courtesy Curbed SF)


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