Evan Sernoffsky reports.
A family is searching for answers in the latest deadly shooting on a Bay Area highway. The 26-year-old victim had just finished his first week as a Tesla employee when tragedy struck.
Since 2010, Vallejo police have killed 19 people, all but one of which were shootings. And in all that time, no officers have received any discipline.
The 98 year-old has never gotten a ticket or been in an accident
98-year-old Benicia woman retires from driving
None of the officers have been charged criminally for any of these shootings in the last decade, as each case was deemed justified. Yet, many of these men's families say that police have acted with excessive force and have given false accounts about why they felt the need to shoot and kill their loved ones.
The Solano County Health Department confirmed on Monday that 31 residents at Parkrose Gardens of Fairfield and eight staff members were infected. Health officials did not specify if the two deaths were attributed to residents or staff.
Off-camera, one health care worker at Parkrose told KTVU that proper protocols were not followed, leading to the outbreak.
A shooting at a Vallejo gas station Sunday night, left a father of four dead.
Shay Davis said her cousin "was a beautiful person inside and out. He didn't have a bad bone in his body." He leaves behind a girlfriend and four young children.
Vacaville police say they arrested a homicide suspect linked to a missing Vallejo woman in Santa Clara Friday morning.
The issue of crime in the City of Vallejo is no secret, but the issue has become more worrisome because while crime decreased for many of the Bay Area’s biggest cities, that trend does not hold true for Vallejo.
It’s like “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” but hopefully safer for bratty children.
The fires have burned more than 375,000 acres and claimed five lives.
McMahon was cleared of wrongdoing in January by the Solano County District Attorney’s Office, which declared McMahon’s deadly use of force justified.
Henry Lee reports.
The settlement is higher than what we've seen before.
The suit settled for $5.7 million.
There have been 21 killings inside city limits so far this year, with two more reported overnight Wednesday.
The fire continues to threaten 10,350 structures.