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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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1 hr ago | The Daily Democrat

Davis priest sentenced to probation, 90 days in jail for sex with minor

A Roman Catholic priest began to cry on Friday as his attorney read the words of the teenage girl in which he admitted to having a sexual relationship while working at a Davis church.

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4 hrs ago | Davis Enterprise

Davis Innovation Center team fields questions

Sherry Venezia poses a question to John Hodgson, project director of the Davis Innovation Center, during a community meeting Thursday at city chambers.

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8 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

Citing unsettling Ferguson images, Davis to return armored vehicle

Davis, Calif., city officials have directed the police department to return a surplus U.S. military armored vehicle to the federal government after residents, citing images seen during protests in Ferguson, Mo., expressed fears of militarization.

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11 hrs ago | Davis Enterprise

'Jane Eyre' to screen at I-House

"Jane Eyre," a 1996 multi-national film directed by Franco Zeffirelli, will be screened Friday, Sept.

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15 hrs ago | Davis Enterprise

Film series returns with 'In July'

"In July" , a 2000 German film directed by Fatih Akin, will be screened Friday, Sept.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

Davis Enterprise

Is fro-yo craze melting?

There was no back-to-school treat for those who showed up Wednesday at SugarPlum frozen yogurt in University Mall.

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Davis Enterprise

Winton to be feted for her many years of community work

Wanda Winton, a 1956 Davis High School graduate and dedicated community volunteer, will be inducted into the DHS Hall of Fame on Sept.

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Davis Enterprise

Doctors urge later school start times; Davis schools unlikely to change anytime soon

The country's largest group of pediatricians this week urged all junior highs and high schools to start classes no earlier than 8:30 a.m., citing the well-being of the nation's teens - most of whom do not get enough sleep.

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The Daily Democrat

Gallery for Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014

Through August: Best of Seven, a group of Yolo County photographers including Anne Miller, Rob Floerke, Tim Messick, Rick York, Dave Robertson, Dennis McCoy, and Joe Finkleman, will be featured at an exhibition at Gallery 1855 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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Business Wire

BioConsortia Opens Headquarters and R&D Facilities in Davis, CA

BioConsortia has developed a revolutionary R&D technology linking plant phenotype selection with high-throughput microbial screening and DNA sequencing.

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The Daily Democrat

Yolo Basin holding September wetlands tour

The City of Davis and Yolo Basin Foundation invite community members to join docents at the Davis Wetlands on Saturday, Sept.

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Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Sacramento leaders question Benicia's crude oil rail project

Sacramento leaders will send a letter to Benicia today formally challenging the Bay Area city to do a better job of studying train derailment risks before it approves an oil company's plans to ship crude oil on daily trains through Sacramento-area downtowns to a Benicia refinery.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

The Daily Democrat

Sudwerk, Davis Food Co-op join for 'co-hop-eration' brew

The Green Belt Session IPA arrived Wednesday at the Davis Food Co-op. It's a collaboration with Sudwerk Brewing Co., and uses some local ingredients.

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The Daily Democrat

Thursday Live! returns for Fall Season at Davis Odd Fellows

On Thursday, Sept. 4, Thursday Live! returns to the Davis Odd Fellows Hall, 415 Second St., Davis, for the fall run of its monthly concert series.

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Davis Enterprise

Low-income Davis homeowners can save money and go green

For families struggling with basic necessities, energy bills can make or break the monthly budget, especially during heat waves or cold chills.

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Chemical and Engineering News

Engineers Design Micropatterned Surface To Control Droplet Flow

With the right pattern of microsized structures, a surface can compel water droplets to move on their own in a desired direction.

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Davis Enterprise

City, plaintiffs settle suit over water rates

Michael Harrington, right, and Rodney Robinson, left, listen to an announcement Tuesday evening at the Davis City Council meeting of a settlement between water rates opponents, represented by Harrington, and the city of Davis.

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Gizmag

Multi-tasking nanoparticle both seeks and destroys cancerous cells

A new multi-purpose nanoparticle has shown to possess both diagnostic and drug-delivering properties to treat cancer Nanoparticles hold great potential as a way of both detecting cancer cells and delivering the drugs to treat them.

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Science

Human altruism traces back to the origins of humanity

Humans are generally highly cooperative and often impressively altruistic, quicker than any other animal species to help out strangers in need.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Acquisition of armored rescue vehicle debated in Davis

Davis police say a military surplus armored rescue vehicle recently added to their fleet is intended not for offensive use, but rather to protect occupants from gunfire and hazards.

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