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Attorneys for a Fairfield man accused of the 2013 death of a Suisun City teenager will return to court next month when they may set a date for an evidentiary hearing into their claims that prosecutors have not shared all evidence in the case.
Two people were injured in a shooting in Fairfield this evening that occurred across the street from a hospital, according to police.
An ex-con with an extensive local criminal history dating back more than a decade, who is doing time for a pair of felony theft charges, has sued the Solano County jail for $4.5 million partly because he had a letter returned with 21 cents postage due.
The city denies allegations in civil lawsuits - filed by insurance companies over the Marigold Fire - that government mismanagement of public lands off Interstate 80 and at a drainage easement resulted in highly dangerous conditions and accelerated the fire that destroyed five homes and damaged 10 others.
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The California Department of Transportation and its project partner the Solano Transportation Authority are continuing work on the Interstate-80/Interstate-680/Highway 12 Interchange Project in Fairfield.
Solano County centenarians, those who are 100 years old or older, will be honored at a special ceremony next month.
A jury trial for a Fairfield man accused of killing a young woman in 2012 by stabbing her multiple times has been delayed after the prosecuting attorney on the case recently took over as DA for Solano County.
The Solano Community College governing board voted unanimously Wednesday to have the Sheriff's Office take over its campus police department.
City officials described the municipality as a lean, nimble and resourceful organization during an orientation Wednesday for candidates running for Fairfield City Council.
Becky Mock, R.N., helps hand out backpacks filled with school supplies at two local schools in Vacaville Wednesday morning.
Emma Christofferson, 5, of Vacaville, hugs her mother, Deanna, as she starts her very first day of kindergarten at Cambridge Elementary School in Vacaville.
Solano Community College trustees likely will endorse Vacaville Unified's proposed Measure A, a $194 million bond slated for the November ballot, when the school's governing board meets tonight in Fairfield.
Girls on the Run of Napa and Solano, an after-school program, is looking for 14 women life coaches to volunteer their time to serve as mentors.
An agreement for an emergency water connection - estimated to cost about $1 million and paid for by the federal government - to provide a backup supply to Travis Air Force Base won unanimous approval Tuesday by Fairfield City Council members.
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Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 04:09 am
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