UC Davis Reviewing Conduct Of Professor Who Said Cops ‘Need To Be Killed’A UC Davis professor who advocated for the killing of cops is now under review by the university's legal team.
Sacramento Police Names New Helicopter In Honor Of Slain Davis OfficerThe Sacramento Police Department is lifting off with a new helicopter – and a local elementary school had a hand in naming it.
University Professor Condemned For Previous Comments Saying Cops ‘Need To Be Killed’UC Davis is condemning a professor’s inflammatory statements where he said cops “need to be killed.”
Bus Named After Slain Davis Officer Natalie CoronaA month after Davis Officer Natalie Corona was ambushed during a crash investigation, Yolo County renamed a bus involved in the shooting in her honor.
Davis Police Will Not Be Releasing Officer Natalie Corona's Body Camera FootageThe Davis Police Department announced it will not release body camera video from the night officer Natalie Corona was shot and killed.
Davis Restaurant Chain Raises $30K For Officer Corona’s Memorial FundA Davis restaurant chain raised more than $30,000 in one day towards the memorial fund of slain police officer Natalie Corona.
Davis’ 2 Dos Coyotes Locations Donating All Sales On Tuesday To Officer Corona’s Memorial FundA Davis restaurant chain is donating all their sales on Tuesday to the memorial fund for slain officer Natalie Corona.
Dutch Bros. Raises $82K For Officer Corona Memorial FundDutch Bros. says they raised more than $82,000 for fallen Davis officer Natalie Corona. 
Emergency Alert Fail: UC Davis 'Warn Me' Alerts Reached Only A Third Of The Community After Officer Was ShotFewer than one-third of the campus community received an urgent electronic warning to shelter in place when Officer Natalie Corona was shot. 
Davis CrossFit Gym Holding Workouts For Officer Natalie CoronaCrossFit Davis will be holding two workouts in honor of Natalie Corona Saturday.
Thousands Gather At Memorial For Slain Davis Officer Natalie CoronaA 22-year-old California officer killed weeks into the job was a dedicated daughter and sister who represented the best of the police community, family and fellow officers said Friday at a packed memorial service.