A Vallejo mother is turning grief into giving after the murder of her son, Daimon Ferguson.
A 33-year-old man died in a shooting late Thursday in Vallejo's Chabot Terrace neighborhood, police said.
Vallejo's Mare Island marks a first on Saturday: a music festival expected to draw more than 1,000 fans. Headliners at the event include Fantastic Negrito, Jackie Greene, Dumstaphunk, Them Vibes, and New Monsoon.
Surveillance video obtained by KTVU on Friday shows a man opening fire on a car outside of a diner in Vallejo, killing one person.
Vallejo police are investigating the shooting death of a man that occurred in broad daylight Thursday, authorities said.
The shooting unfolded early Thursday afternoon, Vallejo police said.
The shooting happened early Thursday afternoon, Vallejo police confirm.
Vallejo's mayor says the city could decide to get rid of this new mask mandate before then if the city's vaccination rate goes up to 85%.
Investigators say a woman was driving alone near the Redwood Street exit on Interstate 80 when she was struck by at least one gunshot.
The shooting was reported about 7:30 p.m. in the 1600 block of Fairgrounds Drive, near the North Vallejo Community Center.
A young mother was arrested by Vallejo police after her 3-month-old baby was left alone in a hot car while she got her nails done, authorities said.
Scot Babot Jr., 28, and Cirelle Adams, 30, were arrested after a Saturday night pursuit, that streaked from Vallejo to the interchange of Highway 4 and Interstate 680 in Contra Costa County.
One man died and another person was injured in a two-vehicle crash on Redwood Street in Vallejo early Friday morning, police said.
The city of Vallejo announced major staffing changes within city hall a day after Anne Cardwell was appointed interim city manager by the Vallejo City Council.
Police in Vallejo made six felony arrests in connection to a sideshow over the weekend where as many as 100 people participated, police say.
A Vallejo tow operator says he's the victim of arson by someone who wants him out of business.
Clarence Martin launched a free towing service just two weeks ago. Now, he's looking for the person that set his tow truck on fire, putting an end to the free tows. KTVU's Debora Villalon reports.
Vallejo police are set to receive $900,000 federal funding to create a mental health response unit.
During the course of the investigation into the city's 7th homicide, Demark Anthony Bernstine of Richmond, was positively identified as the suspect in the case, police said.
Vallejo police and city leaders spoke out Thursday after a 15-year-old boy was gunned down, the latest victim of violence in the city.