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Supervisor Race

Former Santa Rosa Mayor Chris Coursey has joined the race for a seat with the Board of Supervisors. Coursey will be competing for the place held by current board member Shirley Zane. Chris Coursey was a reporter with the Press Democrat for years, and then joined the Santa Rosa City Council, holding the position of mayor for two years. (photo courtesy San Francisco Chronicle)

Wildfire Recovery Grant

18 months after the devastating wildfires across the state, support is still being distributed to those in need. Yesterday, the American Red Cross awarded more than $3 million in donated dollars to fund community cased recovery services. Grants were awarded to 16 California organizations including Council on Aging, Social Advocates for Youth, and Community Action Plan of Sonoma County. (photo courtesy South China Morning Post)

Santa Rosa Drug Bust

Santa Rosa police arrested a man suspected of dealing heroin and methamphetamine in Santa Rosa and surrounding Sonoma County areas, and within 1000 feet of a school zone. Gersain Martinez-Chavez, of Santa Rosa, was under investigation since February for narcotics trafficking. During a search of Martinez-Chavez and his home police found three pounds of methamphetamine and two pounds of heroin packaged for sales, plus cash, digital scales, and packaging material. (photo courtesy newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org)

SF Quake Anniversary

Today marks the 113th anniversary of the Great San Francisco 1906 Earthquake. At 5:11 this morning, the time the quake hit in 1906, a ceremony took place at Lotta's fountain at Kearny and Geary streets, then on to 20th and Church Streets to repaint the fire hydrant used to save the Mission District. (photo courtesy localwiki.org)

Salmon Season

The Salmon season will be longer than in recent years. Yesterday, Fishery managers anounced that the season will begin May 16th and run for 122 days along the Sonoma Coast. That's nearly double the number of days in 2018. (photo courtesy Medill Reports Chicago)

Top the Cops

Tonight, High School students and Bay Area Law Enforcement officers will compete side by side on Sonoma Raceway's quarter-mile drag strip, as the Top the Cops program returns for its 25th season. The unique program offers an alternative to illegal street racing and gives teens the chance to race against law enforcement officers, who compete in full uniform in their official vehicles on the quarter-mile drag strip. Practice begins at 4pm, qualifying races begin at 7pm (photo courtesy Napa Valley Register)

Offshore Oil Drilling

Offshore oil drilling is going be limited, if Sonoma County Supervisors get their way. Yesterday, the Supervisors approved a resolution which opposes the Trump Admisnistration' proposal. The resolution doesn't carry any legal weight, but goes on record with the US Commerce Department who are moving forward with oil drilling plans in federal waters off the California coast. (photo courtesy Oil Rig Jobs)

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