Yolo County

animal shelter

Yolo County Animal Shelter May Privatize In Hopes Of Saving Money

A new plan would shift the responsibilities of the shelter from the Yolo County Sheriff’s Department to the hands of nonprofit groups.

12/04/2013

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Grass Fire Burning Near Esparto Contained At 200 Acres

Firefighters say they have contained a grass fire in Yolo County that has grown to over 200 acres.

11/04/2013

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Massive Hay Fire Burning In Winters

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.

09/27/2013

Katt Williams

Comedian Katt Williams Sentenced To 1 Year Probation For Hitting Woodland Target Employee

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.

08/20/2013

Leona Jull

Former Fourth And Hope Director Accused Of Stealing From Yolo County Charity

Leona Jull was the director of Fourth and Hope, a Woodland shelter dedicated to helping the hungry and homeless. She’s now charged with grand theft.

08/14/2013

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Retail Trade Sector Jobs In Sacramento Grow 4.7% Year Over Year

Within the retail sector, the most impressive growth in the Sacramento region is in automotive sales and parts businesses.

08/12/2013

farming

Program Offers Younger Potential Farmers Chance To Learn Trade

“The concern is the average age of farmers in this county is 58, and we’ve got more farmers over the age of 65 than under 35.”

08/08/2013

Farm food bank

Farmers Help Supply Yolo County Food Bank With Fresh Produce

Farmers and food banks are teaming up for free in Yolo County. Farmers came up with a way to make sure the food bank always has fresh food to feed the hungry.

07/31/2013

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Motorcyclist Killed After Colliding With Truck In Yolo County

A motorcyclist has died after an early morning accident in rural Yolo County.

07/31/2013

Target Woodland

Target Lawsuit: Memo Referred to Mexicans as ‘Wetbacks,’ Filled With Stereotypes

A lawsuit revealed embarrassing allegations involving a Target warehouse, including referring to Mexicans as wetbacks and stereotyping them as having a lower education level.

07/10/2013

Yolo County Crops

June Gloom Could Impact Yolo County Crops

A few drops of unwelcome and unexpected rain on a gloomy June day is bad news for Katie Kelly’s peaches and nectarines.

06/24/2013

Yolo County Gnats

Tiny Gnats Itching Up a Storm in Yolo County

The black gnats are more commonly known as no-see-ums for a very good reason—they’re smaller than the tip of a pin. UC Davis professor Lynn Kimsey tells us it’s a banner year for these bothersome bugs.

05/27/2013

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