UC Davis Database Created To Prevent Next Potential Major PandemicUC Davis researchers are once again at the forefront of science with the creation of a digital database called Spillover that tracks diseases transmitted between animals and humans.
Rocklin Eagle Scout Builds Sensory Garden For Students At Former Elementary SchoolIt was a fun-filled day for Valley View Elementary students in Rocklin as some took in a new place to play at the school's new sensory garden – and it was built by an Eagle Scout and former student.
Sacramento Teacher Faces Criticism Over Remarks Made On Social MediaA Sacramento teacher is dealing with backlash after speaking at a Washington Unified School District board meeting, making bold statements and drawing national attention.
'I'm Helping Save Lives': UC Davis Cash Incentive Working As Students Skip Spring Break TravelSpring Break prompted an incredible uptick in travel, but you may see a few more students than usual sticking around at UC Davis. The school handed out $75 gift cards for local businesses to students who didn't travel over the break.
Unlocking The Past: Safe Found In UOP Basement Contains School's Original DocumentsIt wasn't an average call for the crew at Stockton's Fire Station 4, responding to the University of the Pacific to help open an ancient campus artifact.
California Adopts CDC-Advised 3-Feet Social Distancing Rule For ClassroomsStudents in California classrooms can sit 3 feet apart instead of 6 under new guidelines adopted by the state as school officials figure out how to reopen campuses closed for a year during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sacramento City Unified, Teachers Union Reach Agreement To Return Students To Classrooms Beginning April 8Sacramento City Unified students can begin returning back to in-person learning beginning April 8, the district announced on Saturday.
North Highlands Dad Angry His Daughter Is Being Taught About Black Lives MatterA North Highlands dad wants his daughter to be able to opt-out of the "Black Lives Matter" lesson in her ethnic studies class, saying it doesn't align with his family's beliefs.
'It Makes It Never Ending For Victims:' Experts Say Cyberbullying Is Getting Worse With Online LearningUC Davis professor of Sociology Robert Faris says bullying is easier during the pandemic.
'Definitely A Lack Of Motivation': Folsom High Students Rally For Return To ClassroomsStudents at Folsom High School held a rally Thursday to demand a return to in-person instruction – and they may not be that far away.
Vacaville Students Protest In High School Parking Lot To Return To CampusStudents gathered outside Vacaville High School Wednesday in protest of distance learning, arguing they should be in the classroom.
Virtual Campus Life Redefines College ExperienceCollege life as we know it has changed this year because of the coronavirus. From canceled events to virtual classes, it’s harder than ever for students to find their place and a community.
Two Placer County Districts Plan To Bring Students On Campus 5 Days A WeekAs many districts make the move to return to learning from home, two Placer County districts voted to soon be on campus five days a week.
Season Or Not, Franklin High Cheerleaders Get Ready For SidelinesFor the most part, sports have been sidelined as the pandemic rages on, but in-person cheerleading tryouts recently kicked off in Elk Grove.
UC Davis To Launch Program For Students With Intellectual DisabilitiesUC Davis is launching a new four-year residential college program for students with intellectual disabilities.