Teenager's Cold Case Death Solved In Northern CaliforniaAuthorities say they have solved a cold case in Northern California and arrested a man accused of killing a teenager in 2016.
New Cold Case Unit Renews Hope For San Joaquin County Families Seeking AnswersThe department started a new cold case unit that hopes advanced-DNA testing will bring families the answers they have waited for.
Arrest Made In 2010 Fair Oaks Homicide Cold CaseAlmost a decade later, detectives have made an arrest in a homicide cold case in Fair Oaks.
Gov. Newsom Announces $50K Reward For Break In 2015 Sacramento Murder CaseCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom has announced a new $50,000 reward for information in an unsolved Sacramento murder case.
Crack In Jane Doe Case From 2001 Leads To Missing San Francisco WomanThe new information has led them to San Francisco where Perrean Gray was reported missing. Gray’s family is now assisting in the investigation.
Sacramento Police Detectives Crack Jane Doe Cold Case From 2001More than 18 years later, detectives have identified a woman whose body was found burned inside a dumpster in Sacramento.
Detectives Hope Footage Of Car Linked To 2017 South Sacramento Homicide Breaks Cold CaseDetectives have released new surveillance video of a car linked to a south Sacramento homicide cold case from 2017.
Father Of Cold Case Murder Victim Reacts To San Joaquin County Case BacklogThe San Joaquin County Sheriff wants to hire two new detectives to investigate cold cases.
Report: San Joaquin County Has More Than 500 Unsolved Rape And Murder CasesAt a time when DNA technology is leading to more cold case arrests across the state, the number of unsolved murders and rapes keeps growing in San Joaquin County, according to a grand jury investigation released Friday. 
New DNA Technology Leads To Arrest In 94-Year-Old's MurderA break in the case several years later, the DNA found a familial match.
Daughter Speaks After Vacaville Police Identify Sole Jane Doe As Her Long-Lost MotherAfter decades of searching for her biological mother, Caitlyn Shaneli Bilardi got unexpected news: Vacaville detectives had identified their only “Jane Doe,” as Cynthia "Merkley" Bilardi.