Meat-Processing Pause Hits California's Smaller ButchersThe California Department of Food and Agriculture is working with UC Davis and food advocates to help meat processors after pandemic closures are causing prices to skyrocket.
COVID-19 Cancels Davis Children’s Nutcracker For 2nd Year In A RowFor the second year in a row, the Davis Children’s Nutcracker has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Yolo County Launches Race-Blind Charging Program To Remove Biases From Criminal Justice SystemYolo County is taking race out of the equation when analyzing crimes. The hope is to reduce racial disparities within the criminal justice system.
Police: Davis Man Arrested For Attacking Young GirlAuthorities arrested a man accused of attacking a 15-year-old girl and punching vehicles, the Davis Police Department said on Sunday.
Daniel Marsh, Convicted As A Teen In Brutal Davis Murder, To Remain In PrisonThe family of an elderly Davis couple murdered by Daniel Marsh says a state appellate court has ruled he will remain in prison.
Trees Planned For Removal At Sutter Davis Hospital To Make Way For Solar PanelsA local hospital says it's trying to help save the environment by cutting down hundreds of trees.
Davis Restaurant That Got $150K GoFundMe Boost Reopens For First Time Since March 2020After being closed since the very start of the COVID-19 pandemic, a beloved Davis restaurant has returned.
Toppled Gandhi Statue In Davis To Be Replaced With Seated VersionA statue in Davis that was destroyed by vandals earlier this year is getting a replacement.
Yolo County Recommends Masking Up Indoors As Delta Variant SpreadsPublic health leaders in Yolo County are again urging people, even those who are vaccinated for COVID-19, to wear masks indoors.
Misconduct Allegations Prompt Suspension Of UC Davis Baseball TeamThe UC Davis Varsity baseball team has been placed on suspension after allegations of misconduct.
UC Davis Researchers Using Tarantula Venom To Develop New Pain RelieverTarantulas are normally something you’d scream in horror of at first sight. But researchers at UC Davis are hoping to turn that into screams of joy.