Coronavirus Update: Solano County Reports First Death Of Resident From COVID-19Solano County health officials reported the first death of a resident from the novel coronavirus on Thursday. The patient was at least 85 years old, recently traveled out of the country and had "multiple severe underlying health conditions."
Coronavirus Update: Solano County Issues Shelter-At-Home, Joining Other Bay Area CountiesSolano County became the last Bay Area county to issue a shelter-in-place order in a region-wide effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, county officials announced Wednesday evening.
Suspect Arrested In Solano County Officer-Involved ShootingA man was in custody on multiple charges Wednesday following an officer-involved shooting in unincorporated Solano County, according to the county sheriff's office.
Essential Supplies Run Low As Bay Area Coronavirus Cases IncreasePublic health departments across the Bay Area are warning that more cases of COVID-19 are expected, so now is the time to prepare for increased community spread.
Health Officials 'Aggressively Evaluating' All Who Came In Contact With Solano County Coronavirus PatientHealth officials in Solano County are determining how to process those who have come into contact with a coronavirus patient who acquired the virus within the community, becoming the first in the U.S. to contract it from an unknown source.
Crash On Interstate 80 In Solano County Follows High-Speed CHP ChaseAll lanes of westbound Interstate Highway 80 in Solano County were temporarily shut down following a high-speed chase and crash Thursday near Dixon.
Gov. Newsom: California Monitoring 8,400 For Coronavirus; Shortage Of Testing Kits AddressedCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom said Thursday the state is monitoring about 8,400 people for the coronavirus, a day after a Solano County patient was identified as the first coronavirus case in the U.S. from unknown origin.
1st U.S. Coronavirus Case Of Unknown Origin From Solano County, Treated In SacramentoHealth officials on Wednesday confirmed that a new coronavirus case of unknown origin has been diagnosed in Solano County and is currently being treated in Sacramento County.
UC Davis Infectious Disease Expert Says Coronavirus 'Out There In The Community'The confirmation of a coronavirus case in a patient with no apparent connection to China or a cruise ship means the illness is "currently circulating in the community and that anybody can get it," according to a UC Davis infectious disease expert.
CHP Infrared Video Leads To Suspects' Arrests In Rodeo After Interstate 80 ChaseFour people were arrested after a California Highway Patrol chase through three Bay Area counties, ending with suspects being arrested as they hid in the driveway of a Rodeo home with the help of a CHP aircraft's infrared camera.
Cruise Ship Evacuees Landing At Travis Air Force Base Test Positive For Coronavirus14 Americans landing at Fairfield's Travis Air Force Base Sunday night tested positive for the coronavirus after being quarantined onboard a cruise ship for weeks amid the outbreak, the U.S. State Department said.
Travis AFB in Fairfield Named One of 4 U.S. Bases for Quarantined Coronavirus EvacueesAs the nation's 8th case of coronavirus was confirmed on Saturday, Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield was tapped to be one of four U.S. military bases on standby to house overseas travelers who may need to be quarantined.
(Way) Early Voting: Solano County 1st In Bay Area To Send Out Primary BallotsSolano County gave their voters a 10-day head start on the rest of the Bay Area and most of the country.
State Expands Insurance Protections In Contra Costa, Solano Wildfire AreasMore than a million California homes are now protected under a new law that temporarily bans insurance companies from dropping customers in areas affected by recent wildfires, officials announced Wednesday.
Families Of Boys Killed By Electrified Bridge In Dixon Reach $14M SettlementThe families of two teenage boys who were electrocuted when they touched an energized bridge in Dixon while saving a dog from an irrigation canal in April have settled a lawsuit with the Solano Irrigation District for $14 million.