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D rivers who travel Interstate 80 through Solano County are accustomed to dodging all sorts of hazards, but a falling tree probably wasn't on anyone's list -- until Sunday afternoon.
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A fight between a group of Fairfield teens Tuesday afternoon landed three high school-age boys in the hospital for treatment of stab wounds and a what police called a superficial head injury, officials said.
Police arrested a 17-year-old on suspicion of discharging a firearm and other charges related to narcotics, weapons and resisting arrest in connection with a Feb. 20 incident near the intersection of East Alaska Avenue and Santa Rosa Street, when a subject in a black, four-door Lexus was reported to fire at least seven shots in the air.
The man accused of shooting at Fairfield police while he was trying to flee earlyFriday pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges of attempted murder of a police officer, drug possession for sale, being a felon in possession of a firearm and criminal conspiracy.
A public hearing about school-support employees' salaries, an update of the district's Local Control Accountability Plan , and ratification of a teacher salary negotiations "reopeners," among other things, are on the agenda when Travis Unified leaders meet tonight in Fairfield.
A Fairfield man was hospitalized Monday afternoon after police say he shot himself in the leg outside a Suisun City apartment complex.
A veteran prosecutor challenging incumbent District Attorney Donald A. du Bain formally announced her candidacy on the courthouse steps on Monday.
Three of the four suspects in the Feb. 15 shooting death of 16-year-old Naomy Rojas pleaded not guilty Monday to conspiracy and murder charges.
The California Highway Patrol says it is still investigating the death of an Oakland woman who was killed when a tree came crashing down on her car as she was driving on Interstate 80 Sunday afternoon.
By Bay City News Police in Fairfield made four arrests for an attempted home burglary on Friday.
Applications are being taken for the Miss Teen Vacaville, Miss Vacaville and Mrs. Vacaville competitions that will take place May 10 at the Vacaville Ulatis Performing Arts Theater.
But during Girl Scout "cookie season" it's much more than stuffing faces and stocking freezers to the girls selling the sweet treats.
Fairfield in late February took in a variety of planning applications ranging from custom home reviews to sign permit requests.
The Western Railway Museum has hired its first full time education staffer. Woodland resident Kristina March will take on the mantle of education, public programs, and volunteer management as the Museum's new Public Programs Manager.
With government funding drying up, it's up to the community to keep local nonprofits like Heather House up and running, and the community showed up Saturday night for Heather House's second annual bunco fundraiser at the Joseph A. Nelson Community Center.
The community learned this week that a gruesome Fairfield homicide that dates back more than 30 years was closed last month after DNA evidence linked a former childhood friend of the victim's son to the crime.