UC Davis Study Examining Wildfire Effect On Chicken EggsIt’s a question some researchers at UC Davis are now asking after devastating wildfires hit parts of Northern California last year.
Davis Police Group Quickly Replaces Teen's Stolen WheelchairStraight from the heart of the Davis Police Officer's Association. Treasurer Ron Trn says when he found out what happened, he didn't think twice.
A Chance Meeting With Dr. King Sticks With Davis SingerHe doesn't remember what he sang, but the huge crowd that had gathered to see King speak sticks with him.
UPDATE: Boy, 10, Reported Missing Out Of Davis Found Safeavis police are asking the public to help locate a boy, 10, who has been reporting missing.
Former UC Davis Students Host Art History Babes PodcastThe art history graduates Natalie De La Torre and Corrie Hendricks are enjoying their new brush with fame.
Davis Police Investigate Suspicious Device Left Near Train StationOfficers have detonated the device.
Weather Contributes To 7-Car Pileup On I-80 Near DavisSeveral people were injured in a weather-related crash involving seven vehicles on westbound Interstate 80 in Davis.
Davis Tow Truck Employees Deny Alleged Profiteering SchemeFive people are behind bars after a two-year investigation into a company that allegedly towed vehicles for profit illegally.
Train Crashes Into Car Left On Tracks Near DavisA road between Davis and Sacramento is back open after a train struck a car left on the tracks early Monday morning.
Harper Junior High Investigating Anonymous ThreatThe school says someone anonymously reported the threat on a mobile app called "Stop-it" which lets users report inappropriate behavior.
UC Davis Sees Spike In Pediatric Marijuana Emergency Room CasesLast November the California Poison Center saw 30 cases where children had ingested marijuana. The trend continued through January, bringing the number of ill patients to almost 100.
2 Mustang Drivers Arrested In Davis For Allegedly Street RacingPolice in Davis have arrested two drivers who were allegedly racing each other on city streets.