When traveling along interstate 505 in Vacaville, drivers will notice a new sign: a special tribute to a fallen California Highway Patrol officer, beloved by many in Solano County.
Two East Bay women suspected of stealing $13,200 worth of jeans, medications and other goods as part of an organized retail theft ring were arrested last week in Vacaville.
Video: Vacaville police.
A fire burning in vegetation north of Vacaville briefly led to mandatory evacuation orders while threatening some structures.
Video: Vacaville police. Police say the two women stole several dozen pairs of jeans from True Religion and Levi's, along with baby formula from the Target store.
A California Highway Patrol airplane on Saturday helped Vacaville police track down a stolen U-Haul van that fled a traffic stop and was involved in a hit-and-run crash.
Video: CHP - Golden Gate Division Air Operations via Facebook. According to the CHP, at approximately 11:30 am, the Vacaville Police Department was involved in a short pursuit with a stolen U-Haul van. When the suspect fled in a reckless manner the pursuit was terminated.
The man was driving a U-Haul van that had been reported stolen around 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
Vacaville police say they've safely located an 8-year-old boy, who was missing since noon, Friday.
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation announced Thursday that convicted “Zebra Killer” Jessie Lee Cooks has died. He was 76 years old.
Police in Vacaville are asking the public to help identify a suspected prowler recently captured on video surveillance peeking into windows and at one point crawling away on hands and knees to avoid being seen.
Video: Vacaville police via Facebook.
Sam Yasko died following a struggle with Vacaville police officers. His mother is suing the city and department alleging excessive force caused her son's death in late 2017.
Joseph Allio, Fairfield's former police chief, will take over as Vacaville's interim police chief starting next week, city officials announced Thursday.
A 29-year-old Vacaville man has been charged with killing a woman and setting a fire to cover up the crime. KTVU's Henry Lee reports on the wildfire that was sparked, which killed two other people, and the recent arrest.
A man charged with killing a woman in Northern California was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of setting a fire to cover up the crime that spread and killed two other people, authorities said.
A home security video camera recorded images as the teen was thrown to the ground and punched in the face Wednesday in Vacaville.
"Get your hands behind your back!" the officer can be heard yelling at the teen before punching him.
People trapped in an overturned vehicle were rescued by fire personnel on Interstate Highway 80 in Vacaville early Sunday morning.
Vacaville Police Chief John Carli will retire this spring after 32 years with the department.