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Fairfield police shot and injured a suspect after he fired multiple shots at officers during and after a pursuit that ended in Vallejo late Sunday, when the tires of suspect's vehicle were punctured by a spike strip. The suspect, Patrick Hall, is expected to survive his injuries, according to a...
VALLEJO (CBS13) — Fairfield Police officers safely arrested a suspect after he shot at them during a car chase. On June 26, around 10 p.m., officers tried to perform a traffic stop on the 3000 block of North Texas Street in Fairfield. The driver refused to stop and led the police on a chase. While attempting to escape the police, the driver, later identified as Patrick Hall, shot at officers, hitting their windshield and the driver’s side headrest, nearly hitting the officer. The chase continued into Vallejo, where officers used a spike strip to pop the tires. Eventually, the car came to a stop near Griffin and Gateway. Hall opened fire again, and police shot back, injuring him. He was transported to a nearby hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. No officers were wounded.
Mr. Happy Face, a 17-year-old rescue pup who was once given a few weeks to live, crowned 'World's Ugliest Dog'
Mr. Happy Face's owner wrote that she hoped his win proved "even old dogs need love and a family too," on the event's official website.
(BCN) — Fairfield police shot and injured a suspect after he fired multiple shots at officers during and after a pursuit that ended in Vallejo late Sunday, when the tires of the suspect’s vehicle were punctured with a spike strip. The suspect, Patrick Hall, is expected to survive being shot, according to a news release […]
Click here to read the full article. Where is it written that your Tuesday night wine should be cheaper than your Saturday night bottle? That a steak in the dining room deserves a better pour than a burger on the grill? As is true for so much other long-held wine “wisdom,” it’s high time to retire that “pour any old thing with a burger” notion. Take the trouble to source pedigreed meat (grass fed, or maybe beer fed and massaged), grill it just to rosy perfection, and pile it high on a gourmet bun with precious produce, pickled bits, and...
PETALUMA, Calif. — He is sooo ugly. But sooo lovable. Mr. Happy Face, a 17-year-old Chihuahua mix, won the 2022 Ugliest Dog Contest on Friday, KABC-TV reported. The contest, held annually at the Sonoma-Marin Fair in Petaluma, California, resumed after a two-year break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the television station.
Welcome to Monday! Morning mist and drizzle is at the coast with highs only reaching the 60s today. In our furthest interior valleys. it will again be in the 90s.
Hundreds of people showed up in Petaluma’s Penry Park Sunday to take part in a march supporting reproductive rights. At least 500 people, many of whom appeared to be members of families who brought along their children, joined in as the march began at about 10:30 a.m. Carrying signs...
(KRON) – The City of Petaluma is holding a fireworks turn-in event today from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Petaluma Community Center parking lot. KRON On is streaming news live now Petaluma residents can turn in any fireworks, no questions asked. The city has a zero-tolerance policy for all firework use including those […]