A suspect in the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old Safeway clerk in American Canyon has been arrested, authorities said Monday. Christopher (Roly) Young, 23, of …
A fatal shooting Sunday in the Safeway store parking lot in American Canyon is under investigation, the Napa County Sheriff’s Office said. The shooting happened …
Police early Sunday morning arrested a 54-year-old man on suspicion of attempted murder after a female relative had suffered several major injuries from what officers …
The quality of pavement on Bay Area roads held steady in 2018, with a minor improvement to the regional average attributed to projects funded by …
A vegetation fire that started Sunday afternoon and has burned more than 500 acres east of American Canyon was 80 percent contained as of Monday …
The Branscombe Fire burning in southern Solano County has burned 4,700 acres and is 70 percent contained as of early Monday morning.
Vallejo police said a 47-year-old American Canyon man was found dead Saturday night in a motor home that was involved in a crash.
The California Highway Patrol is recommending the Solano County District Attorney’s Office to file attempted murder and other assault charges against a San Jose man.
All roads between Napa and American Canyon are open Friday morning following the temporary closure of northbound state Highway 29 from Junction Road due to roadway flooding.
Vallejo city officials have estimated that $5 million in damage resulted from Sunday’s 6.0-magnitude earthquake.
Napa continues to restore services and clean up after Sunday morning’s 6.0 earthquake.
Amtrak’s Capitol Corridor is expected to return to normal service Monday morning.
16 structures have been red-tagged so far after Sunday morning’s quake.
Officials said 30 to 70 small aftershocks could hit the Bay Area in the next week, following Sunday’s early morning 6.0 quake in American Canyon.
A magnitude 6.0 earthquake rattled the San Francisco Bay Area early Sunday morning.
Scammers posing as animal control officers burglarized an American Canyon residence Friday evening.
Filipino-Americans and mixed couples in American Canyon were targeted in hate mail as “filthy,” “scum” and “half-breeds.”