Two Injured In Collision With Suspect Vehicle Following Vallejo Police PursuitPolice in Vallejo are searching for a suspect who was the subject of a pursuit Friday afternoon that led to an injury collision injuring two bystanders who were hospitalized, according to authorities.
California Sees Record 22M Registered Voters for 2020 ElectionCalifornia recorded 22 million registered voters this election cycle, the highest number of voter registrations in state’s history, according to the Secretary of State’s office.
Driver Wrecks RV In Mill Valley; Arrested For DUI, Resisting ArrestA man was arrested in Mill Valley after wrecking a large recreational vehicle and charged with driving under the influence and resisting arrest, police said Friday.
Solano County Confirms 1st Case of Patient Suffering Both Coronavirus and FluThe Solano County public health department reported Friday the first patient suffering both the flu and COVID-19.
Sonoma County High School Students Struggle Amid Pandemic, Fires; 37% Failing At Least 1 CourseThirty-seven percent of high school students in Sonoma County – nearly four in 10 -- are failing one or more classes, compared to 23 percent last year.
Solano County Reports 1st Case Of COVID-19 And Flu Co-InfectionA Solano County resident has tested positive for both COVID-19 and the flu, marking the county's first case of co-infection, health officials announced Thursday.
Hundreds of Prisoners in California Refuse Move to Safer CellsState officials want to move thousands of prisoners to safer areas during the COVID-19 pandemic but they say more than 200 California inmates refuse to be transferred.
Sonoma County Jail Inmate Dies In Her Cell; Cellmate HospitalizedAn inmate at the Sonoma County Jail found unresponsive in her cell has died while her cellmate was taken to a hospital for an undisclosed condition, authorities said.
Sonoma County Cannabis Grower Pleads Guilty To Felony Environmental ViolationsA man has pleaded guilty to environmental violations in connection with a cannabis growing operation on his property in western Sonoma County, prosecutors said.
COVID: 'I'm Teaching From My Car' - Vallejo Teacher Holds Distance Learning From Starbucks Parking Lot After Losing InternetLosing a Wi-Fi signal can be a big problem for kids trying to do remote learning, but what if you’re the teacher?
Sonoma County Officials Determined To Get Out Of Most-Restrictive COVID-19 Purple TierSonoma County officials acknowledge they are the last Bay Area county in the purple tier, at the bottom rung of California’s color-coded reopening system, and say they are determined to work their way forward.
San Rafael Faces Civil Rights Lawsuit From Black Mail Carrier Detained By PoliceA federal civil rights lawsuit against the City of San Rafael has been filed on behalf of a Black postal carrier detained by San Rafael police in August.
Vallejo Activates Emergency Operations Center Ahead Of Election DayThe city of Vallejo will be opening an Emergency Operations Center next week in anticipation of any potential election-related civil unrest.
Alameda Police Seek Public's Help In Brazen Daytime Carjacking, Shooting InvestigationPolice in Alameda on Wednesday asked for the public's help with an investigation into a carjacking and shooting that happened in broad daylight last week.
VIDEO: Dramatic Rescue Of Man Afloat In Pacific; Tangled In Fishing LineA man who may have fallen off a cliff at Fort Ross into the Pacific Ocean and then became entangled in a fishing line was rescued and taken to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, authorities said.