Protesters Demand Prosecutions, Not Murals, From Solano County District Attorney Krishna AbramsProtesters gathered outside the offices of Solano County District Attorney Krishna Abrams Monday, demanding she recuse herself from investigations of officer-involved shootings.
Vallejo Police Investigate Fatal Shooting Friday NightA man shot Friday night in Vallejo was taken to a hospital but later died of his injuries, police said Saturday.
Woman Found Shot Dead In Vallejo HomeA woman was found shot dead inside a home in Vallejo and police were treating the death as suspicious.
Ferry Service Resumes In Richmond, More Trips Added On Vallejo RouteThe San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority resumed service Monday on its Richmond route for the first time since closing in mid-March due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Deploying National Guard To Vallejo And Other California Cities Cost Nearly $25 MillionIt cost nearly $25 million for the state to deploy 8,000 National Guard soldiers to Vallejo and other California cities to assist police during protests over racial injustice inspired by the death of George Floyd in Minnesota.
Vallejo Police Release Photo Of Female Carjacking Suspect Vallejo police released a surveillance camera photo of a female carjacking suspect early Friday, hoping the public will identify her and lead to her arrest and that of a male companion who took part in the crime.
Family Members Describe Chaotic Scene At Vallejo Birthday Party ShootingAs police in Vallejo continue to investigate a Tuesday night shooting at a birthday party for two children that left two people dead and three injured, one of the victim's family members spoke out Wednesday, calling the shooters “cowards."  
2 Dead, 3 Wounded Including Child In Shooting At Vallejo Toddler's Birthday PartyTwo women were dead, three others including a child wounded after gunfire disrupted a festive scene on Vallejo's Cynthia Ave. late Tuesday night, authorities said.
San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin Offers Money To Aid Victims Of Police ViolenceThe policy change by District Attorney Chesa Boudin comes as the U.S. reels from the deaths of George Floyd and other people of color at the hands of police.
State Attorney General To Review Vallejo Police Use Of Deadly Force PoliciesIn the wake of several officer-involved shootings including the death of Sean Monterrosa this week, Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced on Friday his agency would do a comprehensive review of the Vallejo Police Department's use of deadly force policies.
Vallejo's History Of Fatal Police Shootings Complicates Death During George Floyd UnrestIn the midst of a national upheaval over police violence, the city of Vallejo is once again investigating a fatal police shooting.