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Dec. 17, 2013 -- Even though the FDA has asked makers of antibacterial soaps and body washes to prove the products are both safe and effective long-term, the products won't disappear from store shelves -- at least not at the moment.
Candles made by third-graders at St. James Elementary School in 2008 decorate the Christmas tree at the Hattie Weber Museum, 445 C St. The sacks beneath the tree are ready to be given to young visitors.
The University of California, Davis, has begun a national search for a new police chief to lead a department emerging from the shadow of a pepper-spraying incident that drew international notoriety two years ago.
This devout Muslims hired a hit man to run her over with a truck and park it on her head for a while to "just make sure she's dead."
A scanning electron micrograph shows human lymphoma cells inside hydrogel microwells.
More intensive screening to identify firearm owners among individuals who are subject to domestic violence restraining orders, and streamlining processes to recover guns at the time those restraining orders are served could help enforce existing laws that prohibit these offenders from having firearms, a pilot study conducted by violence prevention ... (more)
GA©rard Basset: 'An MBA is not magic. It will only be as good as you want to make it' To say GA©rard Basset, OBE, jet black hair and matching moustache, is a wine connoisseur would be an understatement.
SO THERE we were, 230 feet beneath the surface of Lake Berryessa. No submarine, no SCUBA.
Known as the Climate Change Compact of Yolo County, which was formed under the umbrella of the Yolo County Board of Supervisors six years ago, the group has been meeting twice a month for more than a year.
Saturday's commencement ceremony at the University of California, Davis was supposed to be a celebration of academic achievement and the beginning of a bright future.
All of the American Red Cross heroes present at the luncheon were honored Friday at UC Davis.
We've long known that the fish we eat are exposed to toxic chemicals in the rivers, bays and oceans they inhabit.
Marrone Bio Innovations, a Davis-based provider of bio-based pest management and plant health products, has announced that its Regalia Maxx biofungicide has been approved for use in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.
Hader Nasim walked out of a courtroom Friday stone-faced, his hands cuffed behind his back, a 7-years-to-life prison sentence on his head and a judge's observation in his ears that nobody really knows who he is.