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Solano County Man Arrested after Alleged Road Rage Incident Leads to Confrontation with Police
A Solano County man has been arrested following an alleged road rage incident which escalated to a confrontation with local police. According to a press release by the Vacaville Police Department, a motorist called police to report that another motorist had threatened them with a firearm on the afternoon of Sunday, May 14. The victim told police that the suspect allegedly made threats with a firearm due to a perceived delay at a traffic light. The victim provided details regarding the suspect’s vehicle, the driver, and a partial license plate number.
Motorcyclist hospitalized after hit-and-run on Highway 12 in Fairfield
FAIRFIELD, Calif. — A motorcyclist was left with life-threatening injuries after being hit by a car on Highway 12 in Fairfield late Wednesday night, according to officials. Highway 12 between Pennsylvania and Beck avenues was closed just before midnight Wednesday due to the crash. The highway is now open.
LGBTQ group claims Vacaville refuses to recognize Pride Month
VACAVILLE – An LGBTQ group claims a community in Solano County is refusing to acknowledge Pride Month.Solano Pride Center recently met with Vacaville's mayor, then said it did not hear anything."The mayor issued some of his concerns regarding the fact that recognizing a small group in the community or recognizing June as pride month would be divisive — that was the term he kept using," said the center's executive director Jonathan Cook.The center told CBS13 it met with Mayor John Carli last Wednesday.Since 2018, the city has issued a proclamation recognizing Pride Month.When the meeting ended, the center says it...
Travis Air Force Base First Sergeants Participate in CMF Military Assistance Program to Prevent Criminal Behavior Among Military Personnel
Travis Air Force Base first sergeants recently participated in California Medical Facility's Military Assistance Program (MAP), which educates military personnel about the consequences of criminal behavior and aims to prevent them from entering the correctional system.
Vacaville mayor to recognize June as Pride Month, fly flag after public outrage
VACAVILLE, Calif. — In a last minute decision, the office of mayor John Carli announced the city will fly the pride flag above city hall, and he will sign a proclamation observing June as Pride Month. The proclamation, to be signed Thursday, declares "June 2023 ‘LGBTQ Pride Month’ as...
Column: Newsom halted the death penalty. The D.A. in the Davis stabbings case doesn't care
The stabbings of three people in Davis could be tried as a death penalty case. But would the Yolo County D.A. go for capital punishment in a state where it is effectively banned?
Uncovering Hidden Gems at Costco: Embark on Your Own Adventure at the Fairfield Location!
A recent Costco shopping adventure led to the discovery of numerous attractive deals and diverse products. Fresh produce such as mushrooms and asparagus, as well as Kirkland brand Aleve, were among the items purchased. The four-pack of crinkle-cut Himalayan salt potato chips and delightful sorbet were also on sale.
The 74th Annual Solano County Fair Will Run From June 15-18
The 74th annual Solano County Fair will be held at the Solano County Fairgrounds on June 15-18. Tickets are on sale now with a pre-sale discount. All of the information about the fair can be seen at their official website at https://www.scfair.com/.
Fatal Car Crash leaves 2 Dead and 2 more seriously Injured
Napa County, CA – In the early hours of May 20, 2023, tragedy struck on SR-29, just south of Whitehall Lane, as a red 2012 BMW 325i hurtled down the southbound lane at an unsafe speed. The vehicle was occupied by a driver and three passengers. The reckless speed ultimately resulted in a catastrophic loss of control, leading to a devastating collision.
Celebrating National Donut Day at Solano Baking Company
Solano Baking Company in Dixon is preparing for a grand celebration of National Donut Day. This family-run business has been delighting the community with their handmade donuts for over 30 years. Jordan Segundo visited the bakery to get a sneak peek of the festivities and learn about the donut-making process.
Active Wellness and NorthBay Health Join to Reopen Wellness Center
Club Industry was not involved in the creation of this content. Active Wellness Center at NorthBay Health opens this summer in Vacaville, CA. SAN FRANCISCO, CA—May 2023—Active Wellness, LLC, a leading fitness design and services company who strategically partners with hospital systems to deliver medical fitness joint venture developments and turnkey operations, is proud to announce its newest partnership with NorthBay Health, a leading hospital system in Solano County, CA. Together, they will reopen its wellness center as Active Wellness Center at NorthBay Health. This is the fifth Active Wellness Center location to open in the United States, and it joins the network of the first commercially branded wellness center chain.
Column: This California D.A. says the death penalty is possible in Davis stabbings
The stabbings of three people in Davis could be tried as a death penalty case. But would the Yolo County D.A. go for capital punishment in a state where it is effectively banned?. Source: Los Angeles Times.
Investigation underway for a garage fire in Davis
DAVIS -- Investigators are looking into what caused a garage to catch fire in Davis. The fire happened early Wednesday morning at approximately 1 a.m. on F and 6th Street. According to Davis Fire Battalion Chief, Luis Parrilla, the firefighters were able to contain the fire to the garage and made sure that it did not get into the structure. There were two people inside the home and they both managed to get out safely.He said, "It took us a while to make access through the alley. It was pretty rough, got a lot of trees back there, but it took about five minutes to attack the fire." An investigation is underway to establish the origin and cause of the fire. This comes in conjunction with another fire on Wednesday morning in Sacramento, where at least two people were displaced.
Davis psychiatrist wrote this novel to confront mental health stigma in Asian communities
“Aloha Vietnam” is based on family history with fleeing Vietnam and struggling with bipolar disorder.
Project Submitted for the Hibbert Site
Davis, CA – The city of Davis is counting on roughly 1000 units in the Davis Downtown by 2029. This week, they have already received a preliminary application for 224 units at the Hibbert site and is expecting another for 116 units at the Davis Ace site. The recently...
Photos: North Bay Economic Outlook Summit
North Bay Business Journal’s Economic Outlook Summit at Sonoma State University on Thursday include a deep dive into population, housing, hiring and other trends likely in the years ahead for Sonoma, Solano, Napa, Marin, Mendocino and Lake counties. Next One Staffing President Ryan Buxbaum revealed to the audience of...
Auction Time Again in Napa
Napa Valley's best auction of the year for ordinary wine drinkers is going on right now – and there's still time to bid and still time to score a relative bargain. The Napa Valley Barrel Auction ends Friday with a live auction, but you can bid ahead of time from anywhere online. And you should, because the earlier you bid, the more likely you are to get the wine cheaper, thanks to the auction format.
Lizzo Responds to 'Choke the Woke' Sign Placed Outside Local Residence Near BottleRock Festival
Over the weekend, Lizzo rocked the BottleRock festival in Napa, delivering a powerful performance that many have declared to be the best set of the three-day event. While Lizzo brought her undeniable flair and skill to the stage, she was also forced to address a controversial display of signs by a homeowner near the festival grounds. These signs, bearing messages like "Choke the Woke" and "Cancel Cancel Culture," prompted Lizzo to advocate for inclusiveness and safety in her performance. In addition to Lizzo's passionate words on stage, her performance saw her donning an LGBTQ Pride flag and reminding her audience that "This is a safe space." Her incredible set included original songs and covers of classics like Lauryn Hill's "Doo Wop (That Thing)" and Chaka Khan's "I'm Every Woman." With Lizzo's powerful presence and the appearance of other artists like the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Lil Nas X, BottleRock showcased a diverse lineup that pushed the boundaries of the festival's traditionally rock'n'roll-heavy foundation.
Notice of Intent To Repatriate Cultural Items: University of California, Davis, Davis, CA
National Park Service, Interior. In accordance with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), the University of California, Davis (UC Davis) intends to repatriate certain cultural items that meet the definition of objects of cultural patrimony and that have a cultural affiliation with the Indian Tribes or Native Hawaiian organizations in this notice. The cultural items were removed from Placer and Sutter Counties, CA.
Vacaville police boost presence at Fiesta Days following fights, gun arrest
VACAVILLE – Officers are increasing their presence during Vacaville Fiesta Days following fights and a gun arrest.On Sunday, a festival organizer announced rides would end early citing low staff. The musical lineup did not change.However, Vacaville police shared it also shut down rides early after arresting a Fairfield man with a loaded gun while breaking up multiple fights Saturday. "I know it's not Vacaville residents," said Mike Romo. "We really appreciate and respect the city. It's usually people coming from outside the city, but it happens."The additional officers brought peace to some in attendance."But I always watch for anything because this is the world," Pansy LeBlanc said. "This is everyday world, everyday living and we've got to accept it or reject it."The heightened security follows a shooting at last year's Fiesta Days. An off-duty officer stopped a gunman after he shot and injured someone, which forced people to hide for cover.At this year's event, people say they're exercising caution."It's just a good atmosphere and you can't judge something by a few kids who just had bad intentions," Rachel Segura said.Monday is the last day of the festival.
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