3 In Custody For Alleged Organized Retail Thefts In West SacramentoThe alleged crimes occurred between August 19 and December 21 of this year.
Local Counties Hand Out Free COVID-19 Home Test KitsHome test kits can be a simple way to stop the spread of COVID-19, especially during holiday season gatherings.
Woodland Police Increase Neighborhood Patrols After Spike In Catalytic Converter TheftsThere have been 14 catalytic converter thefts throughout Woodland over the last week, police said Monday.
$57.7 Million Grant Awarded To California For Four Projects, One In Yolo CountyOn Friday, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg announced that a grant of $57.7 million is being awarded to California for four special projects.
Restaurants Cautiously Optimistic As Greater Sacramento Region Stay-At-Home Orders LiftedCounties in the Greater Sacramento region are moving back into the purple tier after the stay-at-home order was lifted Tuesday. 
Concerns Over Possible COVID Surge As UC Davis Students Head Back To ClassThe City of Davis is taking advantage of the move toward normalcy, but with college students back to class, some are concerned the county's stay in the Red Tier may not last long.
Yolo County DA’s Office Calls Emergency Bail Schedule 'Get Of Jail Free Card'The Yolo County District Attorney’s Office is concerned about the ongoing use of the emergency bail schedule.
Sacramento Teen Accused Of Attempted Murder After Juvenile Found In Yolo County With Serious InjuriesA Sacramento man has been arrested for allegedly causing serious injuries to a juvenile in Yolo County Sunday.
First Human Case Of West Nile Virus Confirmed In Yolo CountyHealth officials have confirmed the first human case of West Nile Virus in Yolo County.
Students Return To Campus At Woodland Christian After County Granted WaiverHundreds of students at Woodland Christian saw staff face to face for the first time Tuesday since the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Suspects Released On $0 Bail In Yolo County Since Start Of Pandemic Have Committed Hundreds Of New CrimesAs the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the lives of California inmates, the release of inmates to prevent the spread of COVID-19 has also had a negative impact on the public in the form of hundreds of new crimes, according to Yolo County D.A. Jeff Reisig.