Zip Line Track At Arroyo Park In Davis Causes Neighborhood FeudA zip line track installed by the city of Davis at Arroyo Park now has some neighbors complaining of non-stop noise.
Davis Good Samaritans Stop Vicious Attack On Beloved Homeless WomanGood Samaritans jumped in to help save a beloved homeless woman in the community from a man who was beating her.
UC Davis Apologizes For Accusing Fraternity Of Holding Superspreader EventUC Davis has apologized to a fraternity it accused of holding a potential COVID-19 superspreader event.
Davis Councilmember Proposing Replacing ‘Police’ With ‘Community Safety Department’"It sends a signal that we’re serious," Councilmember Will Arnold said.
Essential Businesses: Davis Farmers Market, Denio's Remain Open For BusinessWhile many businesses and restaurants have shut down during the coronavirus outbreak, California farmers markets remain open, providing fresh food directly to customers.
UC Davis Student On BMX Scholarship Asking For Public's Help After Bikes Were StolenA UC Davis freshman is asking for the public's help tonight after the tool she used to get a college scholarship has been stolen away from her.
Residents Scramble To Cleanup, Make Repairs Before More Wind HitsAs we look toward more wind Tuesday, thousands in the area are rushing to clean up what Mother Nature left behind Sunday.
Tornado Touches Down North Of Davis In Rare Weather EventThe tornado came in at an EF-0, meaning it was considered relatively weak.
'Blue Line Run' In Davis Honors Natalie Corona, Tara O'SullivanA run to honor fallen Sacramento police Officer Tara O'Sullivan and Davis police Officer Natalie Corona kicked off Wednesday morning in Davis.
Hybrid Vehicle Catalytic Converter Thefts Spike In DavisThieves are targeting catalytic converters on hybrid vehicles in Davis at an alarming pace.
UC Davis Picnic DayThe annual event features more than 200 events in Davis.
Proposed UC Davis Student Housing Complex Faces Critical TestDespite receiving the unanimous blessing of Davis city leaders a year ago, the developer behind a proposed 706-bed student housing project can't break ground until he gets past a local environmental activist's objection.
Help Find This Bike! Thieves Steal Deaf And Partially Blind Mom’s New BicycleA local mom says the three wheels gives her independence, now it’s gone and needs it back.
Davis Girls Officially Joining The Ranks Of Boy ScoutsFor the first time in history, girls between 11 and 17 can officially join the Boy Scouts.
Suspect Accused Of Sexually Assaulting 10-Year-Old Child Arrested In DavisDavis police confirmed Monday that Mario Roberto Rodas, the suspect in a sexual assault case from Friday, has been arrested.