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1 hr ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Protesters at UC Davis are doused with pepper spray during an incident that caught national attention and led to a suit by The Sacramento Bee.
2 hrs ago | Davis Enterprise
The Putah Creek Council board of directors have appointed Carrie Shaw as executive director of the council, following Libby Earthman's five-year tenure.
6 hrs ago | Chemical & Engineering News
At Sci-Mix on Monday, attendees could check out posters on hydrogenation reaction hazards, eye protection efficacy, and creating a student-based safety committee.
10 hrs ago | Davis Enterprise
The city of Davis and Yolo Basin Foundation invite community members to join docents at the city of Davis wetlands on Saturday, Sept.
14 hrs ago | Davis Enterprise
Construction on the new surface water intake project on the Sacramento River continues Monday near the I-5 bridge south of Woodland.
Want to discuss the writing process? Interested in knowing more about how the publishing industry works? Want a bit of inspiration from a pair of Random House authors who've juggled real life with the writing life for years? If so, visit The Avid Reader in downtown Davis at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
The Davis Police Department recently unveiled its new surplus military acquisition, the MRAP vehicle, which will be used during certain SWAT situations.
Explorations of how the microscopic communities that inhabit the human body might contribute to health or disease have moved from obscure to ubiquitous.
In my last column I argued that "sustainability," unlike "taxes," is not a four-letter word.
Green bike boxes like this one will be painted on Fifth Street and A and B streets.
Attorneys are making final preparations for the upcoming trial for a Davis teen accused of a double murder, which is scheduled to begin Monday morning.
Yolo County officials are urging local residents to act with caution after a bat found at a Davis playground tested positive for rabies.
Climate change and population growth have agricultural experts throughout the world increasingly worried.
Davis, Calif.-based BioConsortia, Inc., has expanded its staff to include Christina Huben as senior vice president of operations and administration and Susan Turner as senior vice president of research and development.
On her farm off a country road outside Davis, Greenberg took in dogs that had been burned and beaten, injured in dog fights, destined for death row.
Judged the best community project in the state, it now will compete for a similar national honor.
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Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 06:04 pm
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