Oregon Oil Train Derailment Revives Fears Of Benicia Plan Through SacramentoAlessia and Angel Malchor plan to raise their baby girl in a Davis graduate apartment complex. They live just 100 yards from the tracks.
Bernie Sanders Begins Final Push In Davis Before June PrimaryHe spoke on a range of issues including universal health care, income inequality, and college tuition.
Experts Discuss Zika Virus At UC DavisAs summer nears, the growing risk of the virus and its potentially devastating toll on pregnant women has experts scrambling to find answers.
Davis Home To Growing Agrihood Housing TrendThe latest incarnation of harvest homes is The Cannery, a community designed around a small farm in Davis, about 20 miles west of California's capital, Sacramento.
UC Davis Student Protesters Steer Clear Of Board Of Regents MeetingDozens of student protesters say they sacrificed their grades and education for almost two months, in their fight to bring transparency to UC Davis.
Police: Men Posing As Fake City Employees In DavisThe two men in their 50s dressed in orange vests, claiming to be city utility workers there to fix sprinklers.
Sterilize, Trap or Kill? Davis Faces Turkey Troubles As Fowl Population Nears 100Now the city is weighing whether to trap, relocate or even sterilize the birds. Euthanization is one of the least costly options, but is opposed by many.
Davis Police Arrest Suspect For Series Of Sexual Assaults At LibraryA man wanted in connection to a series of sexual assaults on a teenage boy in a Davis library is now behind bars.
Police Searching For Man Who Molested Teen In Davis Library BathroomPolice told CBS13 the teen was too afraid to come forward initially, but are taking these allegations very seriously.
Police Investigate Davis Teen's Report Of Sexual Assaults In Library BathroomPolice in Davis are investigating after a teenager claims he was sexually assaulted several times in a library bathroom.
After Repealing Nightclub Moratorium, Davis Readies For Picnic DayWith Davis’ recent issues with nightclubs and bars, the question is what is the city doing for Picnic Day, which is just 10 days away.
Davis Lifts Nightclub Moratorium, But Adds New RestrictionsCity leaders say they plan to implement tough new rules for all businesses with any form of entertainment.

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