Arriving officers located a man and a 4-year-old suffering from gunshot wounds.
Lt. Mark Donaldson said the man is still alive and taken to the hospital.
With so many volunteers sheltering at home the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano counties needed to call in the cavalry.
A 26-year-old Vallejo man was arrested Friday morning who police said carjacked a victim he had met through a sales computer app.
Vallejo firefighters are altering their meals to make life easier for struggling restaurants.
Napa and Solano counties announced orders on Wednesday for residents to shelter-in-place in response to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Solano County was the last of the nine Bay Area counties to join in the order that limits non-essential movement.
Vallejo is temporarily halting shutoffs of municipal water service accounts for non-payment effectively immediately due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Solano, Napa and Sonoma are sticking with current guidelines on crowds and social distancing, at least for now.
And in addition to disinfectants and other household goods, guns and survival gear are in demand.
Travis Air Force Base prepares for another round of coronavirus-related quarantines, this time from the Grand Princess cruise ship docked in Oakland.
Both cases are NorthBay VacaValley Hospital health care workers and are currently in isolation at home; one is a Solano County resident, the other is an Alameda County resident.
Unlike the hospitalized woman, they are not ill and the source is not a mystery.
La Borgata Deli, meaning the township deli, in the center of Vacaville was busy at lunchtime as folks enjoyed the sunshine and warm temperatures.
Tom Vacar reports.
And the case was solved because a young woman submitted her own DNA to GEDmatch and Ancestry. com, hoping to simply learn more about her family.
The unidentified woman is hospitalized at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento.
Health officials are working to identify health care workers who came into contact with a coronavirus patient from Solano County now being treated at UC Davis Medical Center.
The patient is the first possible COVID-19 case of "community spread" transmission, the Center for Disease Control said.
Officials held a press conference at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 27, 2020.
Rob Roth reports.