Rare Deer Disease; Witnesses Sought; Wow Houses: Patch PM

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NORTH BAY, CA – Missed today's headlines? Here are the Patch stories from Marin, Napa, Solano and Sonoma counties that people are talking about today:

Deadly Virus Outbreak Affecting Deer In North Bay

Residents are asked not to feed wild animals, and to report potential cases of Cervid adenovirus 1, or CdAdV-1, to state wildlife officials.

Authorities Seek Witnesses In Fatal Marin City Shooting

It was reported there were several witnesses to the shooting, but so far, no firsthand witnesses have come forward, officials said.

New Cafe Brings Authentic Brazilian Eats To San Rafael

Brazilian Breads, which already has a loyal following in Berkeley, now features its tasty takeout & mini-market on Medway Road.

Moon Over Marin County: Photo Of The Day

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Going Down? Maybe Not. State Reports Technical Glitch Led To COVID-19 Undercount

California's daily count of COVID-19 cases appears to be falling, but that may be due to underreporting caused by technical issues.

Mandate Diversity? California Bill Would Ban All-White Corporate Boards

A bill in the Legislature aims to require people of color in the boardroom. Some say it's unconstitutional, others say it is necessary.

Check out these Wow Houses:

Mill Valley Home With Multiple Decks Listed For $1.5 Million

This home features a hot tub, multiple expanded decks, solar panels, a Tesla charging station and views of the surrounding hills.

Newly Listed Novato Home Has Great Curb Appeal

This $774,950 single-level home features a private yard with a deck and hot tub backing up to a hillside.

San Anselmo Property Includes Main House, 2 Cottages, Studio

Ideal for extended families, this $4.5 million compound includes a three-story house, two rental cottages and a guest studio with a garage.

Remodeled San Rafael Home Comes With Solar Panels: $1.4 Million

The backyard of this home features mature landscaping, as well as a built-in gas grill, cooktop, sink and fridge.

Victorian By Famed Petaluma Architect Brainerd Jones Just Listed

This 1905 West Petaluma home is by the same architect who designed several Sonoma County libraries and post offices.

Unique Napa County 'Geo-Dome' Home Overlooks Lake Berryessa

Take a peek inside this newly listed energy-efficient dome home priced under $600,000.

Benicia 3-Bedroom With Water Views From Almost Every Room: $799K

This home not far from downtown Benicia was custom built to make the most of its water views.

This article originally appeared on the Mill Valley Patch

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