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While UC Davis has already topped our list of coolest colleges by offering both beer brewing and winemaking degrees, the university's latest research center is kind of blowing our minds.
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Beagles from a Virginia research lab recently received new homes. Seven beagles along with their human foster parents got to spend some time outside and enjoy the weather and take part in dog-friendly activities.
VACAVILLE Museum executive director Shawn Lum has made history for us all by being named president of the Calif.
The following article from the University of California-Davis news service has some in-depth detail on the drought issues that ranchers in California are facing this spring.--Bryce As California braces for record drought, ranchers are among the most immediately impacted, and most say they are not ready for the severe water shortages and lack of ... (more)
In this edition of Reality Check, Sam Brock digs up the facts and scrapes away the hype about the California drought.
Recent rains across California are not enough to end the drought, but they are enough to eliminate the need to water landscaping for several weeks.
The University of California's 13,000 patient care technical workers -- including 2,900 at UC Davis -- have approved a five-day strike.
This is one part in a weekly series featuring the UC Davis Arboretum "New Front Yard" series, 41 drought-tolerant and beautiful plants well adapted to our region.
James Flavy Coy Brown, 48, is addicted to smoking his pipe and consistently asks over and over for more tobacco as he waits for his morning medicine to be delivered.
The University of California at Davis is looking into something a lot of American drink every day, usually in multiple servings: coffee.
Davis Roots, a local business incubator, is offering introductory programming and graphic design classes this spring, open to all.
SF Lowell Highschool Outdoor Garden Classroom Year of The Water Dragon Earthbench.
New research shows that the part of the brain called the hippocampus stores memories by their 'temporal context' - what happened before and what came after.
A cappuccino by coffee master Sean Scott, founder of the now-closed Habatat Coffee Company.
Editor in Chief Elizabeth Orpina says after struggling with ad revenue and printing costs, the paper asked students to vote on a measure last month.