Authorities have yet to interview a witness who disputes police account of fatal confrontation.
Study by ex-FBI agent identified 102 fatalities in state and over 1,000 incidents nationwide in 2011.
by Lauren Bénichou The Vallejo City Council is set to vote Tuesday on a series of projects — from streetlights to senior centers — that were chosen directly by nearly 4,000 residents last month. These projects came about as part of the city’s adoption of a new civic model called “participatory budgeting.” The items up […]
Here’s the entry from the USGS for yesterday’s 3.5 quake, which hit at 6:09 p.m., and here’s the one for this morning’s, which struck at 9:13 a.m. Google maps below. You can see how close together they were geographically: 3.5 quake yesterday View Larger Map 3.5 quake today View Larger Map
(Bay City News) A Vallejo police officer gunned down in November while chasing a suspected bank robber has been memorialized with a song and video recorded in his honor by a fellow police officer. The song, “Won’t Be Forgotten,” was written by Vallejo police Cpl. Steve Darden, according to William Tweedy, a retired fire department […]
Native Americans and the city of Vallejo have been at odds over the planned development of a disputed burial site in a 15-acre park in the Glen Cove area. Since last week, protesters have been illegally camping and using fire pits, vowing to prevent the planned addition of a parking lot, bathroom, and trail to […]
UPDATE: 3:32 p.m. Just received an e mail saying this about the Manny Pacquiao event in Vallejo, which disappointed some of the attendees, who paid $150 – $200. You need to understand that Vallejo has a large Filipino population, Vallejo is not a town that usually has an event where tickets cost $150-$200 People feel […]