Davis Police Responding To Calls About Illegal Leaf Blowing On Bad Air Quality DaysThe sound of a leaf blower may now trigger a police response in Davis.
Former 'Davis Police Officer Of The Year' Trevor Edens Accused Of Stealing Public MoneyA former Davis police sergeant once heralded as “officer of the year,” is now accused of being on the wrong side of the law, stealing public funds while on duty.
Vigils For Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Held In Sacramento, DavisVigils for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died in her Washington home Friday at 87 due to complications of metastatic pancreas cancer, were held in Sacramento and Davis on Saturday evening.
3 People, Kitten Escape Early Morning House Fire Near DavisAuthorities say three people and a kitten were able to escape from a house fire west of Davis early Thursday morning.
Davis Convenience Store Telling Nearby Nursing Home Workers To Keep OutA convenience store in Davis is demanding staff from the next door nursing home keep out.
Some UC Davis Students Forced Back To Town, Businesses Could ProfitSome students at UC Davis could be forced to live in the college town when school starts next month, even though classes are being held online.
Early Morning Fire Damages Home In Upscale Davis NeighborhoodA home in an upscale Davis neighborhood right next to the university campus was damaged in a fire early Friday morning.
Black Lives Matter Chalk Mural Created On Street In DavisPeople in Davis worked together Sunday to create a Black Lives Matter chalk mural on a city street.
Family, Friends Demand Answers In Travis AFB Airman's Death One Year LaterDozens gathered outside the Davis office of Congressman John Garamendi demanding answers for not only a Senior Airman at Travis Air Force Base, but a daughter and a friend.
Davis Paesanos Temporarily Closes After Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19Paesanos in Davis has temporarily shut their doors after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus, the restaurant announced on Friday.
With More Classes Held Online, Some UC Davis Students Are Trying To Get Out Of Their LeasesA growing number of students at UC Davis are rushing to find ways to get out of their leases for the next school year, with more classes being held online due to the pandemic.
Davis Deputy Police Chief Says Current Climate, Not Possible Reforms Could Hinder RecruitingDeputy Chief Paul Doroshov with the Davis Police Department said getting potential recruits might be challenging during this time. It won’t be because of possible reforms, but the current climate.
Sacramento, Davis Police Suspend Carotid Hold TrainingThe Sacramento and Davis police departments announced on Saturday the suspension of the use of carotid hold training a day after Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered the hold to be discontinued statewide.
Photographer's Camera Stolen In Middle Of Grad PhotoshootA local graduate is without her graduation pictures after the photographer's camera was stolen in the middle of the photoshoot.
Davis Reopens Sports Courts, Playgrounds Remain ClosedStarting Monday, Davis residents can get out and play some tennis or basketball again — with a few restrictions.