Local Artist Giving People Who Lost Homes In Caldor Fire Special KeepsakesA Vacaville woman is using her artistic talent to help those who lost everything in the Caldor Fire, although they may not return to much. 
Future Flooding In Tahoe? UC Davis Study Says Climate Change Makes An Impact On The LakeScientists with the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center say climate change may leave lasting impacts on Lake Tahoe, and it may not take decades to see it happen.
UC Davis Secures Funding To Expand Veterinary Services To Animals Injured In WildfiresUC Davis now has $3 million in state funding to expand emergency veterinarian services to animals impacted by disasters like wildfires.
US Seeks To Drop Chinese Researcher's Visa Fraud CaseU.S. prosecutors sought Thursday to drop their case against a Chinese researcher accused of concealing her ties to the Chinese military on a visa application so she could work in the U.S.
'It's Very Challenging': Rare Condition Forces Girl To Barely Open MouthAt just 12-years-old, Lily Jones has been through more surgeries than most will endure in a lifetime. Lily was born with Nager syndrome, a rare condition where she could barely open her mouth wide enough to eat and even had trouble breathing.
Hazing At Center Of UC Davis Baseball Program SuspensionIn a letter to students, the UC Davis chancellor said hazing was at the center of an investigation into the school's varsity baseball team that put the program under suspension.
UC Davis Baseball Program Suspended Over Misconduct AllegationsIt’s game over right now for the UC Davis baseball program. The university announced Wednesday it is suspending the program because of allegations of misconduct involving the varsity team. A big question remains: What exactly are those allegations?
UC Davis Researchers Using Tarantula Venom To Develop New Pain RelieverTarantulas are normally something you’d scream in horror of at first sight. But researchers at UC Davis are hoping to turn that into screams of joy.
UC Davis Psychology Professor Named To Federal Autism Coordinating CommitteeA UC Davis professor is taking on a new role that will help people with autism nationwide.
'Trying To Make Houses That Are Fireproof': UC Davis Researchers Look To Prevent Wildfire With MudMillions of Californians live in high-risk wildfire areas, but now, there are some new down-to-earth ideas at UC Davis that could help keep homes from burning.
'It Really Doesn't Feel Real': Sister Of UC Davis Grad Killed In Russia Searches For AnswersThe murder of a UC Davis graduate living in Russia has led to lots of questions about what led up to the violent attack. It's a painful loss for a little sister still trying to understand a senseless crime.