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Police: Petaluma Transit bus hits woman in crosswalk

A Petaluma Transit bus collided with a woman traversing a crosswalk across a major crosstown street yesterday, dragging her 20 feet before stopping and prompting a rescue by emergency responders, according to an announcement by the Petaluma Police Department.

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A group of teens from Casa Grande High School dedicated their senior projects to raising funds to complete service projects in rural villages in the Dominican Republic, with plans to travel to the country to execute some of the work this March.

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