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Sonoma County estimates the local economy lost at least 50-to-70-million-dollars from just one of October’s PG&E public safety outages. The numbers were calculated by the county’s Economic Development Board and Moody’s Analytics-based the number of customers turned off for as long as three days, starting October 9th, and on data provided by more than 560 businesses surveyed. The total doesn’t include lost wages. PG&E has implemented wildfire prevention outages all over Northern California six-times over the last two-months.

A woman was found dead after a fire destroyed a condominium in Windsor Friday morning. When fire crews arrived on the scene around 6 a.m. the Courtyards East subdivision near Highway 101’s Central Windsor exit the condo was fully engulfed in flames. Once the fire was tapped out, crews discovered the body of a woman in the bedroom. At this time the cause of both the fire and the woman’s death are unknown.

A homicide investigation is underway after a man was found stabbed to death at a home near Coddingtown Mall. The Santa Rosa Police Department says officers responded to the home off Jennings Avenue Thursday afternoon after a woman found the man’s body and called 9-1-1. Police are still working to confirm the man’s identity but say he’s 55-years-old. His injuries were reportedly consistent with a struggle.

Ten California agencies are overpaying for workers comp insurance by millions. That finding from a state audit out today. It shows the agencies paid 20-million dollars more over five years because they used a different insurer and not the state provider. The agencies include Veterans Affairs, Transportation and the Secretary of State’s Office.

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