Benicia now aligns with eight other Bay Area counties that require facial coverings in public places, regardless of vaccination status.
Fire crews are responding to a 20-acre, two-alarm vegetation fire in Benicia Friday afternoon.
A couple in Benicia has found a dramatic way to celebrate Independence Day: spray-painting their lawn like an American flag.
Solano County health officials say they are no longer concerned about moving down into the most restrictive purple tier. But they say their COVID metrics just aren't good enough to move out of red yet.
Business owners say they feel violated after a thief broke into five Benicia businesses and made off with thousands of dollars in cash just after midnight Wednesday.
A church in Benicia gifts the community with a light show this holiday season.
The owner of the Loft Wine Bar and Restaurant said he doesn't like letting down the community, because but he says the city attorney ordered him to turn off the lights.
The officer was immediately removed from the scene and the collision investigation was taken over by the California Highway Patrol and the Solano County District Attorney’s Office.
A DNA match has helped investigators positively identify the torso that washed up on Benicia's shoreline some 41 years ago.
The 98 year-old has never gotten a ticket or been in an accident
98-year-old Benicia woman retires from driving
The Benicia Community Center was closed Tuesday for deep cleaning after an employee there tested positive for COVID-19, city officials said.
A restaurant owner in Benicia said he was cited for employees not wearing masks, even though those employees have medical conditions.
A vegetation fire near the Benicia Bridge has caused severe traffic delays on I-680, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The fire was first reported just before 2 p.m., Saturday.
The city said it is also developing a program that could allow using parking spaces for alfresco dining and shopping spots.
The flaring will continue for several days and may be visible, the city said in an announcement.
Two men charged in four attacks in three counties
A Bay Area man who served as a CHP officer for 20 years is suing the Highway Patrol for discrimination. He says he suffered chronic harassment because he's gay.
A daycare owner in Benicia has taken it upon herself to monitor the air quality and decide whether or not children should be allowed to play outdoors. Brooks Jarosz reports.