Vallejo Emerging As One of the Hottest Real Estate Markets in Nation During PandemicAn unexpected Bay Area city has become one of the hottest real estate markets in the country, despite the economic challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic.
Arrest Made In Killing Of 42-Year-Old Woman In VallejoA man suspected in the shooting death of a woman in Vallejo early this week was arrested Wednesday at a Fairfield apartment complex, according to Vallejo police.
Construction Workers On Vallejo Bridge Project Find 2 People Living In CaveConstruction workers rebuilding a bridge in Vallejo on Friday unexpectedly found two people living in a cave dug into an embankment, authorities said.
COVID Reopening: Six Flags Discovery Kingdom In Vallejo To Open At Reduced Capacity In AprilReopening for members and season pass holders will be April 1 and 2, with general public reopening April 3.
COVID Vaccines: Solano County Officials Approve Plans For Mass Vaccination Site At Fairgrounds In VallejoThe Solano County Board of Supervisors approved a memorandum of understanding Tuesday with the Kaiser Family Foundation and several other partner organizations to operate a COVID-19 vaccination site at the county fairgrounds in Vallejo.
12-Year-Old Girl Rescued From Human Trafficking In Vallejo; 19-Year-Old ArrestedA 12-year-old girl who was forced into human trafficking was rescued in Vallejo on Wednesday and a 19-year-old faces multiple charges in the case, police said.
Suspect Arrested In November Vallejo Murder Of Adrienne FlorezA 31-year-old man has been arrested in the November murder of Adrienne Florez, a transient who was found shot to death in a South Vallejo neighborhood near the Napa River.
Special Prosecutor: Vallejo Police Officers Acted In Self-Defense In Willie McCoy Fatal ShootingAn independent special counsel brought in to investigate the Vallejo police shooting of Bay Area rapper Willie McCoy has ruled the six officers acted in self-defense and should not face any charges in the 2019 shooting that left McCoy dead and his car riddled with bullets in a Taco Bell drive-thru.
UPDATE: Vallejo Police Arrest 3 Suspects In Connection With September Fatal ShootingPolice in Vallejo on Thursday confirmed the recent arrest of three suspects in connection with a fatal shooting in early September.
Vallejo Man Hospitalized With Life-Threatening Injuries Following ShootingA man has been hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after a shooting in Vallejo on Monday night, police said.
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.
Vallejo Declares Public Safety Emergency After Alarming Spike In Crime During The Pandemic; 'It's A Very Brave Step For All Of Us'With a unanimous vote, the Vallejo City Council has declared a public safety emergency giving unprecedented powers to the City Manager to get around local laws and regulations to fight crime.
Vallejo Settles Suit For Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting Of Ronell Foster For $5.7 MillionA civil case has been settled against the city of Vallejo for $5.7 million over the fatal police shooting of Ronell Foster in 2018, city officials announced Friday.
Vallejo Police Investigate 2 Separate Fatal Shootings In Space Of 8 HoursPolice in Vallejo on Thursday announced they are investigating two separate fatal shootings that happened since Wednesday night.
Family Of SF Man Killed By Vallejo Police Demands Justice, Files Civil Rights SuitOakland attorney John Burris filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city of Vallejo and Vallejo Police Officer Jarrett Tonn on Thursday for the fatal shooting of San Francisco resident Sean Monterrosa during a Black Lives Matter protest in early June.