Dr. Constance Caldwell with the Yolo County Health Department is puzzled by the spike, because nearly 95 percent of kids in Yolo County public schools are vaccinated.
Thick smoke is spread across the sky. The fire lines on the ground are growing, but fierce flames are reaching high enough to touch tree-limbs.
The home that’s dedicated to keeping kids safe during times of crisis will stay open after Tuesday’s Yolo County Board of Supervisors meeting.
Take a drive through Woodland and you can’t miss the big courthouse under construction. WE got an inside look at the progress today.
A West Sacramento resident has been arrested for lighting fires at the Yolo County courthouse Wednesday.
CBS13 has learned the host company is none other than EMQ Families First. That company’s name became very well-known last year in Davis when a group home it ran was effectively shut down as allegations of neglect and student-on-student rape surfaced.
Yolo County authorities are warning residents about a new scam that preys on people’s fears about losing their home.
A federal judge ruled against the Yolo County Sheriff’s concealed weapons permit policy, meaning he may have to loosen his grip on permits.
A new plan would shift the responsibilities of the shelter from the Yolo County Sheriff’s Department to the hands of nonprofit groups.
Firefighters say they have contained a grass fire in Yolo County that has grown to over 200 acres.
Firefighters are on the scene of a four-alarm fire that can be seen for miles in rural Yolo County. The fire is burning at Hay Kingdom off of Highway 505 in Winters.
He was sentenced to 1 year of informal probation and was ordered to stay away from the Woodland Target. In addition, he was hit with a 10-year firearms prohibition and a $200 fine.