After the city installed 650 new LED lights in May designed to save money, several neighbors complained about them, so Davis city leaders will spend $350,000 to replace the lights.
A jury will hear closing arguments in the trial of Daniel Marsh, the teen accused of brutally killing two seniors in Davis in 2013.
UC Davis is upgrading, becoming the posterchild of winery sustainability. The winery runs on solar power, and newly installed fermenting tanks will soon connect to a water-recycling system capable of reusing 90 percent of the water used to clean equipment.
Police say they raided a Davis trailer park Wednesday morning after a months-long investigation into an alleged drug operation.
Daniel Marsh was 15 at the time of he allegedly murdered Chip Northup and his wife Claudia Maupin in the couple’s bed.
Marsh was just 15 when he allegedly went to 40 to 50 homes searching to unlocked windows and doors before killing Claudia Maupin and her husband Chip Northup.
Concussion concerns have never been greater at the high school level, but Davis High has stopped giving baseline tests that would help diagnose concussions.
Opening statements will begin Tuesday in the trial of a Davis teenager accused of stabbing an elderly couple to death last year.
A Davis priest who pleaded guilty to charges of having a sexual relationship with a teenager was sentenced by a Yolo County Superior Court judge Friday.
The arrival of the items isn’t unusual. Yolo County has received hundreds of items like a bomb/high-risk detection device worth $193,000, and two armored trucks worth more than $130,000 combined.
Davis is now going to spend $30,000 to chop them down before the dead limbs and trunks cause any damage.
It’s part of a trend across the country, where local departments are getting heavy-duty military vehicles and weapons from the Pentagon, raising concerns about the militarization of police.