Abandoned Woodland Home, Notorious For Squatters, Catches FireCrews battled a fire at an abandoned Woodland home Tuesday morning.
Three Suspects In Woodland Teen Boys Murders Plead Not GuiltyThree suspects accused in the Woodland murders of two teenage boys entered a not guilty plea in court Friday afternoon.
Woodland Pride Month Declaration Passes Amid ControversyTwenty years after a similar resolution was voted down, the Woodland City Council unanimously passed a resolution declaring the month.
Suspects In Disappearance Of Woodland Teens Appear In CourtThe families of Enrique Rios and Elijah Moore were in court for the first time since the teens went missing in October and November of 2016.
Officers Scour Area Near Levee For Bodies Of Missing Woodland TeensSearch crews are out in Yolo County looking for the bodies of two missing teens believed to have been murdered.
Police Search For Missing Woodland Teens' Bodies After ArrestsFour men will face a judge on Tuesday, accused of crimes related to the murders of Enrique Rios and Elijah Moore.
Names Of Suspects Arrested In Case Of Missing Woodland Teens Released; All Face Murder ChargesAuthorities have released the names of the three suspects arrested in the case of two missing Woodland-area teens.
Multiple Arrests In Case Of Missing Woodland TeensA break in the case of two Woodland teens, Enrique Rios and Elijah Moore, who have been missing for nearly two years. Woodland police confirm there have been three arrests, and at least one charge of murder.
Man, 30, Suspected Of Starting Woodland House FireA homeowner and her dog escaped a garage fire in Woodland early Thursday morning.
Woodland Considering Relocating Fire Station To Old School SiteWoodland may relocate one of its fire stations to an old school.
Woodland Homeless In Park Will Have To Move For Hilton Hotel ConstructionIt’s right next to Freeman Park, a popular hangout for the homeless. The city says once demolition begins, the park will be shut down.
Student Assigned Bodyguard Amid Woodland School Bullying CrisisParents and district officials say they're getting more reports of bullying, and have had to take steep measures.