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When she opened a bank pouch found in a puddle of water on C Street, Davis, last Tuesday morning, her eyes widened.
A man shot and wounded by a California Highway Patrol officer during a Yolo County traffic stop last week faces arrest on suspicion of possessing a weapon and driving under the influence, a CHP official said Monday.
Susan Hoskins, 59, is accused of shooting her husband Bryan Hoskins, 60, in her Woodland home on Aug. 3. Woodland Police officials arrested Hoskins the following morning after she voluntarily gave herself up to authorities.
Construction on the new surface water intake project on the Sacramento River continues Monday near the I-5 bridge south of Woodland.
A Water Shortage Contingency plan has been enacted to comply with state regulations, including declaring a Stage One, Water Alert.
Woodland's City Council passed a resolution Tuesday night supporting two facility bond measures totaling $97 million that will be on the November ballot for the Woodland School District.
Yolo County Farm Bureau celebrates a century of harvests at the 100th Anniversary Farm to Table dinner on Saturday, Sept.
Maile Hampton of Sacramento demonstrates at the corner of East Main Street and East Street in Woodland with about 20 other protesters on Tuesday evening to protest the police killing of Jeffrey Towe, who allegedly charged with a knife after officers arrived at his apartment building in response to a call about a disturbed, screaming man.
Towe was shot and killed Monday morning by Officer Darryl Moore, a 13-year veteran of the department.
Involved in a string of burglaries across Woodland, Mario Lopez, 25, faces 22 years in state prison after he pleaded no contest to eight counts of first-degree and five counts of second-degree burglary.
Deo Ferrer-Daily Democrat Tafoya Elementary School transitional kindergarten teacher Ashley Simonetta hangs posters in preparation for the 2014-2015 school year.
Protesters chanted and waved signs in Woodland at the intersection of East and Main streets Monday night following an officer-involved shooting earlier that day.
Staff Sgt. Alejandro Jauregui will soon call Woodland home thanks to a nonprofit organization that builds houses for injured veterans across the U.S. Jauregui, 29, lost both legs and suffered extensive injuries to his right hand and forearm when he stepped on an IED in Afghanistan two years ago.
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Updated: Tue Aug 26, 2014 10:31 pm
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