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Davis, California is located in Yolo County. Zip codes in Davis, CA include 95617, 95616, and 95618. The median home price in Davis is $499,000 which is roughly $313/per square foot. More Davis information.

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15 hrs ago | Davis Enterprise

DHS Classes of 1954 and 1955 will hold 60th reunion

On Thursday, Oct. 2, two of the classes that graduated from Davis High School when it was housed in what is now Davis City Hall will hold a reunion on the patio of Sudwerk Restaurant, 2001 Second St. in Davis. The event includes an extended luncheon with planned nostalgic activities from noon to 4 p.m. There will be plenty of time to swap stories about the "good old days."

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19 hrs ago | The Daily Democrat

Bicyclists must take responsibility on Yolo County roads

Now don't get us wrong. We want this clearly understood at the outset. We support the new law that took effect on Tuesday that drivers must allow 3 feet between their vehicles and bicyclists on our state's roads.

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21 hrs ago | Davis Enterprise

Name Droppers: UC Davis announces eight new fellows

"Fellow" is the society's highest honor, recognizing significant discoveries and distinguished careers. * Andy Yonelinas, professor in the department of psychology, and associate director of the Center for Mind and Brain - Society of Experimental Psychologists, the oldest and most prestigious honorary society in psychology.

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Yesterday | Davis Enterprise

Trombonist Delfeayo Marsalis returns to Mondavi - this time, with his father

Bonus: Element Brass Band will perform a free outdoor concert at 6:30 p.m. in the Corin Courtyard adjacent to the Mondavi box office; a food truck will sell light meals and beverages Two members of the famous Marsalis family of New Orleans - father Ellis Marsalis Jr. and son Delfeayo Marsalis - will perform at the Mondavi Center at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 19, in a concert that will feature material from the soon-to-be-released collaborative album "The Last Southern Gentleman."

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Yesterday | The Daily Democrat

Art students hold exhibit to benefit Samoan children

Courtesy 'Bat Scene in Davis," a water color by Sophia Lu can be seen in a benefit at the Davis ArtCenter for Samoan children. Davis Arts Center is pleased to host "Let It Fly," an exhibit of beautifully rendered realistic artwork by local high school art students.

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Yesterday | Binghamton University Pipe Dream

Let these 4 fashion vloggers style your fall wardrobe

Fashion thrives in the fall: Layers, leather boots and dark colors all finally make appearances after a summer of cutoffs, sandals and neons. For those looking to revamp your wardrobe or style for the coming season, you can consult any of the dozens of beauty and fashion bloggers on YouTube 24/7.

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Yesterday | Medical News Today

Battling modern threats to food, land and health with applied evolutionary biology

The age of the Anthropocene - the scientific name given to our current geologic age - is dominated by human impacts on our environment. A warming climate.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Investopedia

4 Costly Sex Scandals

Nothing grabs a headline like a wealthy and successful celebrity falling prey to his or her own carnal desires and causing a scandal. Recent examples include Gen.

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Autoblog

Recharge Wrap-up: London Scrapping Program could cost $488M, Zap sold 2,000 EVs since June

London Mayor Boris Johnson's desired scrapping program for polluting diesel vehicles could cost 300 million . The program would provide incentives of up to 2,000 to drivers willing to scrap their cars in order to make it easier to afford cleaner vehicle.

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The Daily Democrat

Psychologists' evaluation of Daniel Marsh ruled out psychosis

A psychologist tasked with evaluating Daniel Marsh's sanity told a Yolo County courtroom the Davis teen struggled with his identity, finding similarities between himself and the serial killers he researched. Describing it as an "identity process" all adolescents go through, clinical psychologist James Rokop told prosecutors Monday that Marsh began to incorporate depressive imagery into his personality.

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Business Journal

Ed Goldman: Talk about a rare vintage - Nicole Salengo is young, female and a winemaker

At 34 Nicole Salengo is not only one of the youngest winemakers around, but also one of the few women of any age to hold that industry position. "My mom once told me, 'When you were born, you came out determined,'" Salengo says over a hot cup of tea one recent very warm afternoon.

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Holtville Tribune

Study solves the mystery of bluetongue livestock disease

The bluetongue virus, which causes a serious disease that costs the cattle and sheep industries in the United States an estimated $125 million annually, manages to survive the winter by reproducing in the insect that transmits it, report veterinary scientists at the University of California, Davis. The findings solve a century-old mystery and are particularly significant as global climate change brings more moderate winter temperatures around the world.

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CBS Local

New Developments In West Sacramento Increase Job Opportunities

West Sacramento and Davis are scheduled to have large-scale development projects and projected growth which means more jobs during planning, construction and after completion. Tim Ruff, Eric Roe and Mick Schimmel recently purchased 27 undeveloped lots of B Street West, also known as the Good Project by architect Mogavero Notestine Associates.

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Holtville Tribune

Evolutionary biology key to tackling diverse global problems

Evolutionary biology techniques can and must be used to help solve global challenges in agriculture, medicine and environmental sciences, advises a nine-member global team led by an evolutionary ecologist from University of California, Davis. "Evolutionary biology is often overlooked in the study of global challenges," said lead author Scott Carroll of the UC Davis Department of Entomology and Nematology and the Institute for Contemporary Evolution, also in Davis.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Holtville Tribune

China and UC Davis partner to put Zero Emission Vehicles on a faster track

In a landmark international collaboration on clean vehicle adoption, the University of California, Davis, and the China Automotive Technology and Research Center will work together to help speed the commercialization of plug-in and fuel cell electric cars in China and the U.S. under an agreement signed in Tianjin, China. The five-year memorandum of understanding establishes the China-U.S. ZEV Policy Lab, a partnership between UC Davis, the world's leading university on sustainable transportation, and CATARC, the administrative body that oversees and regulates many activities of the auto industry in China, the world's largest new-car market.

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The Daily Democrat

No one injured in early Sunday structure fire

A house at 149 First Street was destroyed during an early morning Sunday fire. However, no one was reported home at the time.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

The Reporter

University of California, Davis teams up with VacaValley Hospital for ultrasmart lighting system

Energy efficient smart lights now illuminate the emergency vehicle routes, parking lots and walkways of NorthBay VacaValley Hospital in Vacaville. The project, conducted in partnership with the California Lighting Technology Center at UC Davis, is reducing the hospitalA AE'ATMs outdoor lighting energy use by 66 percent.

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The Daily Republic

Former Vacaville resident received TechCrunch honor

Former Vacaville resident James Garvey saw his Self Lender LLC consumer financial start-up company receive recognition at the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2014 conference in San Francisco. The Denver-based company was chosen to compete against 26 other teams in the Start-up Battlefield contest.

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Horsetalk

Reward over fatal shooting of pony in California

The Animal Legal Defense Fund says the money is on offer for information leading to the arrest of the killer of Misty last weekend. Misty, 16, was found bleeding in a pasture by a passing cyclist in rural Santa Rosa near Crane Creek Regional Park.

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Daily Kos

Davis, California Tells Its Police Chief To Get Rid Of His Tank

Don't call it a "tank." It's an "MRAP." Painted in brown camouflage, it has a revolving turret, the kind of vehicle you'd expect to see patrolling the streets of Mosul.

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