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3 hrs ago | The Star Online
Lou Weintraub, who turned 100 in January, works out at gym.Though his eyesight is failing, Weintraub still leads an active life.
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8 hrs ago | Davis Enterprise
Sundstrom Hill Winery is "lucky" to announce the appearance of Shovel'n Blarney, a Davis-based "eat, drink and play local" advocacy band, who will be dishin' out great Irish tunes like your Uncle Mike used to sing in the pubs when he shoulda been home helping Aunt Bridget with the kids.
12 hrs ago | The Times of Israel
For her bat mitzvah project, Jenna Lizerbram began writing to a young boy stricken with leprosy at the Rising Star Outreach program in India.
17 hrs ago | Business Journal
California oil companies and business advocates have organized a campaign to defeat proposed legislation that would place a tax on oil extraction in California.
The findings suggest that parents and doctors should keep close watch for such symptoms at an early age among younger siblings of children with autism so problems can be addressed sooner, the researchers said.
Punk rock icon Henry Rollins may not now be as loud as he was when he was the frontman of Black... Sarah Toney of Hi Point Coffee makes coffee for a customer at her coffee shop off Kings Row and McCarran on Dec. 7, 2012.
Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento, and Sutter Davis Hospital are among the nation's "100 Top Hospitals" in the latest annual study released by Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Truven Health Analytics.
Today began on a high note for a Davis fire crew, which got to welcome a new life into the world.
A charter school petition aimed at creating a new Montessori Charter School of Davis was filed with the Davis school district on Thursday.
Clayton Garzon, facing assault and hate crime allegations connected to a beating of a gay Davis man, pleaded no contest Tuesday to battery with serious bodily injury with a hate crime enhancement.
In the Sacramento and Davis area, researchers found that even though obesity affects women and men equally, a University of California, Davis study shows that obese women are four times more likely than obese men to seek weight-loss surgery.
San Francisco knows something about setting high standards in innovation and technology.
Tom Wilson and Peter London are the featured poets at The Other Voice at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 21, in the library of the Unitarian Universalist Church, 27074 Patwin Road.
A 120-room hotel and conference center is prooposed at the current site of the 43-room University Inn and Suites Hotel in Davis.
The Davis Bike Club's regular membership meeting takes place at 7 p.m. Monday at the U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame, 303 Third St. in downtown Davis.