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Attorneys rest cases in Williams murder trial in Vallejo
Attorneys on Monday rested their cases in the trial of a Vallejo man charged with the murder of another man more than five years ago in a Vallejo garage. The jury will return to Department 2 at 9:15 a.m. today in the Justice Building in Vallejo to hear jury instructions from Judge Daniel Healy and f
Suspected human trafficker to appear in Solano County Superior Court for further proceedings
A Richmond man suspected of human trafficking, who in late August led authorities on a two-county chase after a sting operation, appeared in Solano County Superior Court in Fairfield Monday for more legal proceedings.
Cannabis events at fairgrounds could mean 48 percent sales tax
FAIRFIELD — Whether or not the Solano County Board of Supervisors follows through with plans to allow cannabis events at the fairgrounds may be a moot point. At existing sales tax rates that could be applied to such events, 48.375 percent, “that would be a deal breaker for the vendors,” said Mike Io
Council set to review numerous items on Tuesday
It’s expected to be a long day for the Vallejo City Council on Tuesday, as councilors tackle numerous topics, including city finances, cannabis regulations, and supportive housing, during its final regular meeting of 2018.
Here's How Much Rain Fell In Solano County
SOLANO COUNTY, CA — The latest winter storm to move through the Bay Area dropped nearly an inch of rain over the weekend in Solano County, according rainfall totals published Monday afternoon by the National Weather Service out of Sacramento.
Gun allegations against driver stopped in American Canyon
A traffic stop Sunday morning in American Canyon ended with the arrest of a Vallejo man on suspicion of gun-related violations, according to police. At 11:05 a.m., officers stopped a vehicle driven by 61-year-old Terry Glenn Walling on southbound Highway 29 at Poco Way for having false registration,
Marin Voice: Kaiser’s full-page ad tells ‘only one side of a story’
I am a licensed clinical social worker who retired from my position as a psychotherapist in the psychiatry department at Kaiser Permanente in Vallejo about three years ago. During my tenure there, there was never a contract negotiation season that was not marked by Kaiser’s resistance to trying to u
Patient claims California plastic surgeon ‘experimented’ on her and altered medical records to hide it
If money was her only goal, Wendy Knecht could have walked away when she settled her lawsuit against a Pasadena plastic surgeon for $1 million. Instead, the Studio City woman is taking her case to the state, encouraging authorities to prosecute Dr. Max Lehfeldt’s for altering her medical records aft
This Eccentric Academic Thinks The Zodiac Killer Is A Hoax
In the fall of 1969, seven-year-old David asked his father why police cars had been following his school bus every day for a couple of weeks. “Oh yeah,” his dad responded matter-of-factly. “There’s a serial killer who has killed four or five people, who calls himself Zodiac, who’s threatened to take
California Police Release Body Camera Footage of Police Shooting
The Napa Police Department released video of a police foot chase resulting in a cop shooting a man. The Napa Police Department last week released body camera footage of one of their officers shooting a man after a foot pursuit.
Vallejo kids buy gifts for family at Shop with a Cop event
Walking through Target with Vallejo Police Officer Stephanie Diaz, 9-year-old Donica Smith was on a mission to get Christmas presents for her family, including her two sisters. They’re getting the L.O.L. Surprise! Under Wraps Dolls – don’t tell them. Smith also picked out a mug, along with blankets
Vallejo school superintendent proposes school closures
Two Vallejo City Unified School District schools may close and a third relocate, in a bid to close a multi-million-dollar structural budget deficit the district faces, Superintendent Adam Clark announced.
A troubled brother's magical gift for an American Canyon family
A homeless brother’s “bequest” could end up funding a college education for one American Canyon man’s daughter. David Washburn recently discovered that a cache of game cards that he had stored in his garage for 15 years may be worth an estimated $57,000.
Witness testimony sketchy in Vallejo murder trial
A woman who called 911 after hearing a gunshot in the garage of her Vallejo home and during the recorded telephone conversation appeared to identify a fatal shooting suspect, told a Solano County Superior Court jury Friday that she was unsure if it was the defendant.
Police seek Concord mall shooting suspect
CONCORD — Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect in a non-injury shooting Sunday at Sunvalley mall, authorities said. At 4:07 p.m., officers responded to a report of a shooting at the mall, and learned from witnesses that a man had accidentally dropped a firearm near the Cinna
Vallejo Fire Department rescues two from roll-overs within yards, minutes
The Vallejo Fire Department dealt with two separate vehicle accidents requiring patient extrication Thursday, within 20 minutes and 100 yards from each other, spokesman Kevin Brown said.
Kids visit with Santa; eat breakfast in South Vallejo
Six-year-old Arkeyiana Mills got the perfect present from Santa early Saturday morning while stopping by the Norman C. King Community Center in South Vallejo. She received the “Don’t Spill the Beans” game, perfect because the little one wasn’t spilling any information about what she thought about me
Couple robbed while sitting in car outside American Canyon taqueria, police say
A couple was sitting in their car when a man smashed the driver side window, pistol-whipped the man in the driver's seat, stole their belongings and ran off, police say. The man suffered unspecified facial injuries and was taken to the hospital, American Canyon Police say.
Police: Driver arrested after injury DUI crash in Napa
A crash Friday night in north Napa sent one person to the hospital and resulted in a driver's arrest on a felony drunken-driving allegation, according to police. The crash occurred shortly before 10 p.m. on Trower Avenue at Highway 29, according to Sgt. Ryan Cole. Officers detained a motorist, 69-ye
3 family-friendly activities to check out in Vallejo this week | Hoodline
If the playground, park and movie routine is getting a little tired, why not do something different with the kids this weekend? From an open play session for babies and toddlers to a zombie scavenger hunt, these events will win approval from everyone in the family.