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Santa Rosa Councilwoman Erin Carlstrom, who until recently was a candidate for state Senate, now is weighing a bid for the 10th District Assembly seat held by Marc Levine.
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Max Wade looks toward the courtroom audience Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013, during the hearing for the verdicts to be announced.
Marin residents carried heavy hearts Thursday after learning that former South African president Nelson Mandela died at age 95. The beloved statesman was jailed for 27 years during the country's apartheid regime and led the unification of his country after his release.
After spending three weeks on the frigid East Coast, Terry Egan and her daughter, Elena Gnatek, said Marin's cold spell isn't so bad.
At the corner of First and H Streets in Northwest Washington, the balloons were all set, hanging stories high in the cold morning air.
A California Highway Patrol officer diverts traffic as police look for a shooting suspect on Sunday in Marin City.
WWII glider pilot pilot Henry Beadle, 100, talks about his flying experiences at Hamilton Field History Museum on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013, in Novato, Calif.
Provided by 142 Throckmorton Theatre Rita Coolidge performs at 8 p.m. Dec. 7 at 142 Throckmorton Theatre in Mill Valley.
Sharon Rushton of Mill Valley is chairperson of Sustainable TamAlmonte, a group of Tamalpais Valley and Almonte leaders and active residents.
Novato stands to receive a $464,000 refund from Marin County following a decision that ruled that counties overcharged cities for processing property taxes.
Davis' reputation as the leader of All Things Right and Relevant took another hit late last month when the city of San Rafael openly bragged that its new smoking ordinance was the strictest in the nation.
Jayne Reichert, Megan Hansen, and Lee Budish judges Marin IJ's first holiday cookie contest on Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013.
The Marin County Sheriff's Office will have protocols in place to implement the Trust Act - the new state law that affects federal immigration holds - by the time it takes effect on Jan. 1, the sheriff told a community forum Tuesday night.
In this IJ archive photo, a Caltrans worker redirects traffic along Shoreline Highway at Highway 101 as high tides flood the roadway at the Manzanita Park and Ride on Friday, Dec. 14, 2012 in Mill Valley, Calif.
A San Rafael man was arrested in connection with a residential burglary in Fairfax involving the alleged theft of more than $10,000 in belongings.
A 24-year-old kayaker was rescued by a Coast Guard helicopter crew Monday after becoming ill during an outing on Tomales Bay.