Tuesday Dec 3
Freeze warning for Tuesday night into Wednesday in Solano, Napa, Bay Area
Break out the parka and the gloves -- it's about to get very cold around here, a National Weather Service spokesman said Monday.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
American Canyon man dies from crash on Thanksgiving day
CHP investigators believe Adrian Rodriguez, 23, was intoxicated and not wearing his seat belt when he lost control of his 1998 Chevrolet Silverado pickup at about 1:40 a.m. Thursday.
Solano County deputies seek shooting suspect still at large
Solano County Sheriff deputies released the names of an arrested and still at-large suspects from Friday's shooting that left one victim in stable condition.
Illegal alien charged with molesting his own daughter for years
On Tuesday, police in American Canyon arrested Miguel Segura Roman, 39, after he reportedly spent several years sexually molesting his own daughter.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
American Canyon man arrested after years of alleged incest
Police have arrested a 39-year-old man who allegedly had a sexual relationship with his daughter over several years.
Local car club to show cars, collect Toys for Tots in American Canyon
Boyz under the Hood car club will be displaying their classic vehicles and collecting donations for Toys for Tots at the American Canyon Walgreens on Saturday, organizers announced.
The Daily Republic
Shoppers jump the gun by starting shopping Thursday
Thomas Mason drove up from Richmond at 1:30 a.m. Thursday to ensure he was first in line at the Fairfield Best Buy when it opened at 6 p.m. to get a good deal on a TV he wanted.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
The Daily Republic
Photo: Christmas shopping season starts on Thanksgiving
Lupita Nino de Rivera, of Napa, and Maria Corro, of American Canyon, right, stand in line in front of Best Buy at the Solano Town Center mall, Thursday evening.
Driver seriously hurt in Napa County rollover
An American Canyon man was clinging to life Thursday after he was critically injured in an early morning accident on Highway 29 when his vehicle overturned, ejecting him into the oncoming lanes of traffic south of the city of Napa, the CHP said.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
16th Annual Global Faire offers worldwide gift-giving
Dave and Helen Mezzera sort through boxes of fair trade gifts from around the world that will be part of the items on sale at the 16th Annual Global Faire at First Christian Church in Vallejo on Dec.7. Chris Riley/Times-Herald) Members of Vallejo's First Christian Church say they have answers for those struggling with what to get that loved one who ... (more)
AmCan Man Arrested on Suspicion of Molesting His Daughter
A 39-year-old American Canyon man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of multiple crimes related to sexual victimization of his daughter.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Younger of Vallejo brothers convicted in 2007 slaying freed
Saying he was "touched beyond expression," by the Gee family's "capacity for forgiveness," a Napa County judge on Monday ordered the release from prison of the younger of two Vallejo brothers convicted of killing 16-year-old Anthony Gee in January 2007.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Stolen cars found at squatter-inhabited house
The owners of several stolen cars that were found Tuesday night in front of a Vallejo house full of squatters, are being contacted to retrieve their vehicles, a Vallejo Police Department spokesman said.
American Canyon trustee passionate about her role on Napa College board
For Mary Ann Moncuso, serving the educational and employment needs of the Napa Valley community are major goals which she can further on the Napa Valley College board of trustees.
American Canyon families have four more days to sign up for holiday help
The American Canyon Family Resource Center has added three dates to register American Canyon families for its holiday assistance program, director Sherry Tennyson announced.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
American Canyon agency feeding dozens of local seniors needs volunteers, funds
"If it wasn't for this program, a lot of us would go without a meal," said 79-year-old Marian Campuna of American Canyon when asked about the Community Action of Napa Valley's Meals on Wheels program.
American Canyon may appoint its first female top cop at council meeting
Napa County Sheriff's Capt. Tracey Stuart was among two candidates recommended by Napa County Sheriff John Robertson and won nods from City Manager Dana Shigley and Councilmembers Joan Bennett and Kenneth Leary who interviewed both, according to a staff report.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
The Ralphie Report
Buffaloes land a verbal commitment from Hawaii defensive back
The Colorado Buffaloes have carried over the momentum from their first conference win of the season Saturday with news of a verbal commitment from Hawaii defensive back Jaisen Sanchez, a 6-1, 185-pound corner out of Honolulu according to Adam Munsterteiger of Buff Stampede .
Sun Nov 17, 2013
AmCan Man Suffers Major Injuries in Dump Truck Rollover Crash on Milton Road
A 39-year-old American Canyon man suffered major injuries Sunday when the loaded dump truck he was driving drifted off to a dirt shoulder, and then overturned when the driver tried to correct the direction.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
2 Investigates: Food bank donations for the needy end up for sale at flea market
Thousands of dollars' worth of food destined for needy families has ended up for sale, for profit, at a Bay Area flea market.