The viticulture and enology department is trying to mitigate drought damage by testing out new watering techniques without compromising grape quality.
Watering the grass or the trees? Davis, like many California cities, is grappling with water choices in reaching its 28 percent water conservation mandate from the state.
According to the California Office of Traffic Safety, Davis is the third-worst city of its size for bike accidents, with 64 in 2012 compared to 15 in the much larger Sacramento.
Dan Kokotas, the GM at Swift Chrysler Jeep Dodge in Davis says because of the drought, they don’t automatically wash your car when you bring it in for service.
A Davis nonprofit called Circle Of Bees is trying to get hives moved from open fields to backyards. It’s hands-on, environmentally friendly and requires someone who doesn’t flinch at the thought of being stung.
Authorities say a man inside a car was hit and killed by a freight train east of Davis late Tuesday night.
Assemblyman Mark Stone’s legislation would do away with nearly all group homes, a step he says child welfare officials believe is the best approach.
A Davis soccer club is out thousands of dollars after a series of thefts and vandalism at their complex.
The 101st annual Picnic Day is this weekend, and officials at UC Davis are preparing for the celebration.
Davis Police have released the 911 call that preceded a murder-suicide in Davis. Joseph Hein and his roommate Whitney Engler were found dead in a Glacier Drive home in March.
Lanes of westbound Interstate 80 were blocked this morning at near Richards Boulevard Monday.
The Davis community is desperate for answers as they remember two people killed in what police believe may be a murder-suicide.