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PG & E Helicopter

Those who live in Western Sonoma County will see the PG & E helicopter flying overhead tomorrow inspecting lined. Areas west of Geyserville from Guerneville to Salt Point State Park will be the primary focus.


Plane into Wires

Authorities say two people have been rescued more than six hours after their single-engine plane crashed and got stuck in some live power lines in Maryland. The crash caused widespread power outages. The plane needed to be secured to the power towers after the lines were de-energized before they could be rescued. Both people on board suffered serious injuries. {photo courtesy of CBS}


Lead Poisoning Recall

If you have a bottle and cup for toddlers manufactured by Green Sprouts, they are being recalled over possible lead poisoning. The base of the bottle can come off, and expose a lead solder, a potential poison hazard. The bottles come in aqua, green, navy and pink in 6 and 8 ounce sizes. You can contact Green Sprouts directly for a refund.


Mauna Loa

After a 38-year nap.... the massive Mauna Loa volcano on the big island in Hawaii has roared to life. Lava flows can be seen inside the caldera atop the 13,000 foot volcano. While lava is not expected to flow down the mountain, gas and ash are expected to be blown by wind over nearby communities. {photo courtesy of USA Today}


Henry 1

The Sonoma County Sheriff's Helicopter Henry 1 was quite busy over the weekend making 2 rescues. On Saturday, 2 adults and a child were in Kayaks being pushed out of Tomales bay by large waves. They made it to shore, where the helicopter was able to pick them up and transport them to safety. The day before the helicopter was needed to rescue a bike rider who was seriously injured in Shiloh Regional park.


Santa Rosa Fire

A Santa Rosa family is lucky no one was injured when an fence caught fire and spread to the attic of their home Sunday morning. The fire department arrived at the home on Wild Bill Circle just before 4am to find the family and their dog had all escaped safely. While the fire was extinguished quickly, the family cannot occupy the house until repairs are finished.


Jay Leno

Jay Leno has been released from the hospital after a 10-day stay following a gasoline accident that left serious burns on his face, neck and chest. His doctors said he has undergone two procedures and still needs more surgery, but they are hopeful he can make a full recovery. {photo courtesy of ABC}


Humane Society Birthday

Happy birthday to the Humane Society International! Founded in 1991 and found in almost 50 countries around the world, the group collaborates with national and international governments, humane organizations, animal protectionists, and animal welfare groups, including right here in Sonoma county and heard weekly on KZST.


Thanksgiving AAA Travel

AAA predicts 54.6 million people will travel 50 miles or more from home this Thanksgiving. That’s a 1.5% increase over 2021 and 98% of pre-pandemic volumes. Air travel is up 8% nationwide, about 20,000 people are forecast to fly through the Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport over the Thanksgiving holiday.


Crab Season Delay

The commercial Dungeness crab season has been delayed again. Groups of whales and turtles are still feeding off the Sonoma county coast. Recreational crabbers are permitted to go out, but limited in the gear they can use. Right now the earliest the commercial season might open is December 16th.


Colorado Night Club

That is one man describing his emotions following the shooting at Club Q. The suspect in the killing of five people and injuring others at a gay bar in Colorado Springs is facing murder and hate crime charges. Anderson Lee Aldrich opened fire with an AR-15 style rifle and a handgun before 2 bar patrons were able to subdue him. 25 people were injured with 7 remaining in critical condition. {photo courtesy of ABC}


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