Friday, 13 October 2017 Sonoma, California: California's deadly wildfires have now claimed 31 lives with hundreds still missing and also destroyed the home of Peanuts creator Charles Schulz taking all the famous cartoonist's memorabilia with it.
According to his son this week, the home of Charles Schulz, the creator of the "Peanuts" comic strip, burnt down in the wildfires that are ravaging Northern California. Monte Schulz told CNN, "The things that they lost in there are irreplaceable. It's not just the memorabilia. It's that life that my...
Yountville (USA), Mar 11 (ANI): Yountville Mayor John Dunbar on Sunday said that the entire community was mourning for the four lives lost in a hostage situation at a veterans home on Friday. Details.. Source: News unlimited -
Dr. Vito Imbasciani,Secretary of the California Dept of Veterans Affairs, and Yountville mayor John Dunbar held a brief news conference Saturday morning on the grounds of the Veterans Home of.. Source: CBS 5 SF KPIX -
According to officials, a gunman and three women he was believed to have taken hostage at a veterans home in California were found dead Friday, nearly eight hours after shots were reported in the area... Source: Wochit News -
Details emerged on Saturday about a decorated former U.S. serviceman who took three women hostage at a California veterans home where he had undergone treatment for PTSD, in a standoff that ended when.. Source: Wochit News -
The man who killed three female workers at The Pathway Home in Northern California had been kicked out of the program that treats veterans with PTSD, according to one of the victim`s relatives. Source: KTXL -
A hostage situation at the largest veterans home in the nation has ended in tragedy. The California Highway Patrol says three hostages inside Veterans Home of California, Yountville were found dead.. Source: CBS 13 Sacramento -