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Davis is located in central California near Sacramento. The city's motto is "Most Bicycle Friendly Town in the World," and it lives up to this standard. The residents of Davis, including UC Davis students, enjoy an extensive network of bike lanes, paths and crossings. The flat terrain and mild climate make bicycling a popular mode of transportation for those who call Davis home. Notable natives have included musician Josh Davis (DJ Shadow), musician Michael Franti, and author Peter S. Beagle (The Last Unicorn).

Population: 60308
Local Newspapers: The Davis Enterprise Sacramento Bee
Local Sports Teams: Sacramento Kings Sacramento Monarchs Sacramento River Cats
Local Colleges: University of California-Davis D-Q University (Deganawidah-Quetzalcoatl University)

Zip Codes associated with davis, california: 95616
Towns/Cities near davis, california : Winters Webster Northstar Woodland Esparto

Davis News
Research suggests sexual appeals in ads don't sell brands, products

Could it be that sex actually does not sell? An analysis of nearly 80 advertising studies published over more than three decades suggests that's the case. "We found that people remember ads with sexual appeals more than those without, but that effect doesn't extend to the brands or products that are featured in the ads," says University of Illinois advertising professor John Wirtz , the lead author of the research.

Study debunks claim of greatly improved survival rate for gunshot victims

The survival rate of U.S. gunshot victims has not shown a marked improvement, as other recent studies have suggested, according to new research from Duke University and the University of California, Davis. The purported increase in survival rate had been credited to improvements in emergency treatment and medical care of critically injured patients.

At the Pond: Check out the toad invasion at Julie's pond

The late Julie Partansky would be thrilled to see the return of the toads to Davis. Julie was our environmentalist, ahead-of-her-times council member and mayor.

Kids can learn more about bats, shed their fears

Children who are interested in bats are encouraged to join Yolo Basin Foundation for a morning of "Bats and Crafts." They'll meet live bats from the Davis area then have fun creating crafts, playing bat games and dressing up like a bat.

Stretching workshop aimed at gardeners

The city of Davis is offering a one-day class, "Yoga for Gardeners," to teach participants how to strengthen the back, stretch hamstrings and relax shoulders. This 90-minute workshop is taught by longtime yoga instructor Lisa Erskine and will run from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Monday, July 10, at the Davis Senior Center, 646 A St. The class is open to participants ages 18 and older, and no yoga experience is needed.

Learn how to fix your bike

Summertime means biking time, and if you have a bike that needs some attention, the city of Davis can help. Locals can learn basic bicycle maintenance skills at a free one-hour, hands-on workshop at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 11, at the Davis Senior Center, 646 A St. Staff from the city's bicycle and pedestrian program will teach participants how to fix a flat tire, adjust gear shifting and maintain the chain and brakes.

UCD outlines free-speech policy

College campuses across the country are struggling with disagreements about how to allow freedom of expression on campus while maintaining safety for the speakers and participants. As a public university and one that has faced this issue over the past year, UC Davis has made this topic a priority.

Per Capita Davis: Throwing cold water on silver linings

The last column was about what I considered to be President Trump's seriously ill-advised decision to take the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement. I thought then, and think now, that this action is, at best, misguided and potentially much, much worse, though I have been reading many "sliver lining" stories asserting that the withdrawal has galvanized support for greenhouse-gas reduction around the planet.

Food Fairy: Vegetables make cooking ahead easy

I have, somewhat unexpectedly, agreed to open and manage a new cafA© downtown,* which means I have zero free time for the next eight weeks, and a pressing need not to eat all of my meals at the temptingly nearby Tommy J's. Since this is not my first major project, I have a working plan: prep all the vegetables for a week in one go, and make a rotation of casseroles that everyone in my house will eat.

Teen artists host annual Createfest on Saturday

What: Createfest, a teen-run festival of food, live music, films, activities and a makers market featuring art by and for local youths Davis teens who have spent the past four months immersed in the world of public art will unveil their signature piece at Saturday's Createfest: Shattered Impact, a sculpture "representing how humanity is destroying the earth," according to Fiona Chertok, one of a dozen teens participating in this year's Teens Take Charge program at the Pence Gallery. All the participants helped in the creation of the public art piece - which features a large foot crushing the Earth - and they impressed Katherine Schultz, who led the program this year, with their ability to work together so cohesively.

A Yale dean lost her job after calling people - white trash' in Yelp reviews

A dean at Yale who was placed on leave after leaving online reviews recommending a restaurant for "white trash" customers and describing movie theater workers as "barely educated morons" has left her position permanently, a college official said. Dr. June Y. Chu, who was appointed in May 2016 as the dean of Pierson College, one of Yale's residential colleges, posted a series of reviews on Yelp that were published by the Yale Daily News last month with screenshots of 10 of them dating back to 2015.

SF Mime Troupe returning for Aug. 19 show in Community Park

The San Francisco Mime Troupe will return to Davis on Saturday, Aug. 19, as part of its annual summer tour. This year's tour features a new show titled "Walls," which involves refugees trying to cross the border to find safety in America, who run into trouble involving an agent from Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Draft Yolo Habitat Conservation Plan released for public comment

A draft plan aimed at protecting Yolo County's natural habitats and sensitive species over the next 50 years will be the topic of discussion at an upcoming Board of Supervisors meeting as well as at a public meeting scheduled for next week in Davis. The Yolo Habitat and Conservation Plan and Natural Community Conservation Plan was released on June 1 for a 90-day public comment period.

Reconstruction of ancient chromosomes offers insight into mammalian evolution

Researchers have gone back in time, at least virtually, computationally recreating the chromosomes of the first eutherian mammal, the long-extinct, shrewlike ancestor of all placental mammals. Numbers on red branches from the first eutherian ancestor to Homo sapiens are the numbers of breakpoints in reconstructed ancestral chromosome fragments.

Council OKs Davis Ace parking, debates pot dispensary issues

Talk about the future of parking in downtown Davis and of marijuana dispensaries swirled during Tuesday's City Council meeting, with gradual progress made on both fronts. The owners of Davis Ace - one of the city's oldest businesses - are taking downtown parking matters into their own hands after the council voted 3-1 in favor of a surface lot on their property.

Applegate Dance Company celebrates 25 years

The Applegate Dance Company will present its "25th Anniversary Extravaganza" this weekend at the Brunelle Performance Hall at Davis High School, 315 W. 14th St. The show features more than 75 local dancers performing 14 short numbers in varying styles, from ballet to jazz, contemporary to musical theater. Performances are 7 p.m. Thursday, June 22; 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 23; 7 p.m. Saturday, June 24; and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, June 25. The theater will open 40 minutes before show-time for a 35-minute slide show of 25 years of Applegate memories.

2017 NorCal Special Olympics torch run begins on Wednesday in Benicia

BENICIA >> The 2017 Northern California Special Olympics Summer Games Law Enforcement torch run kicks off at 8 a.m. in Benicia on Wednesday in anticipation of the opening ceremony on Friday in Davis. Officers from the Benicia Police Department will meet at the 9th Street Park and will carry the "Flame of Hope" as it begins its journey through Solano County.

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