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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
Cannabis oil company wants to open up in East Davis

Sales would be limited to wholesale distribution only, per local policies. Its application to the city, however, notes that Davis was chosen by Blessed Extracts for "the presence of UC Davis and its human capital pool of agribusiness, chemistry and medical knowledge; and its unique culture and charm."

Biostimulants Recognized as Key Opportunity for Enhancing Agriculture ...

DAVIS, Calif., July 25, 2017 : Biological crop inputs are increasingly being recognized for their ability to enhance yields and crop quality while also providing the critical sustainability benefits of improved soil health and nutrient utilization. Most recently, The Sustainability Consortium identified the use of biostimulants as an opportunity to improve yields and reduce the need for creating new agricultural production acres through deforestation and other land conversions.

California Imam: - Annihilate' Filthy Jews Elliot Kaufman 27 seconds ago

Not everything needs commentary; sometimes words just speak for themselves. For example, hear what Imam Ammar Shahin told an audience at Islamic Center of Davis, located across the street from the University of California-Davis, in his sermon on Friday: Oh Allah, liberate the Al-Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Jews.

UCD's record-breaking fundraising year brings in $250M

After 15 years in the automotive industry, including a career customizing hot rods, Joe Williams came to the UC Davis to study brewing, then stayed on as a staff researcher. Now, Williams is UCD's first endowed brewer, thanks to a $2 million gift from Ken Grossman of Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

Name droppers: Metcalf joins homeless council

Metcalf has been director of the California Department of Housing and Community Development since 2016. He was deputy assistant secretary in the Office of Multifamily Housing Programs at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development from 2013 to 2016, where he served as a senior adviser to the commissioner.

Williams joins author for interview and discussion of 'Spectators'

Naomi Williams, the Stories on Stage Davis co-director and "Landfalls" author, will join Rob Davidson for an interview and discussion of Davidson's "Spectators" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 3, at The Avid Reader. The bookstore is at 617 Second St. in downtown Davis.

'Other Worlds' on exhibit at Gallery 625 in August

"OutInsideOut," by Douglas Kleinsmith will be included in Gallery 625's "Other Worlds" show, featuring artwork from members of Third Space Artist Collective in Davis. Courtesy photo Gallery 625, at 625 Court St. in Woodland, will host "Other Worlds," featuring artwork from Douglas Kleinsmith and Heidi Roodvoets, members of Third Space Artist Collective in Davis.

Bob Dunning: Trump's competitiveness may be fake news

POSSIBLE FAKE NEWS new White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci actually said of the president: "He's the most competitive person I've ever met. I've seen this guy throw a dead spiral through a tire.

How Neil deGrasse Tyson destroys the credibility of all science by...

To some, he's one of the coolest and most progressive voices in science today. To others, he's a chemical and biotech industry shill of the highest order, and someone whose conscience is apparently silent as he continually makes up lies to push his evil agenda.

Research on spinal injuries shows body can develop a work-around

A new study in rats shows that changes in the brain after spinal cord injury are necessary to restore at least some function to lower limbs. The work was published recently in the journal eLife.

Woodland police arrest parolee with gun

According to Sgt. Tom Davis, the incident took place around 1:45 a.m., when a Woodland police officer made a traffic enforcement stop on a vehicle for a mechanical violation directly in front of the Woodland Police Department, 1000 Lincoln Ave. Upon contacting the occupants of the vehicle it was learned that the front seat passenger was on parole for burglary with the Department of Corrections and on federal probation for firearms crimes, according to Davis.

Beer and ancient Jewish texts to pair for August series

"Talmud On Tap: A Handcrafted Tour of Ancient Rabbinic Teachings," will take place over beers at The Dock at Sudwerk on five successive Thursdays from 5 to 6:30 p.m., beginning Aug. 3. Rabbi Greg Wolfe of Davis' Congregation Bet Haverim will lead the informal gatherings focused upon the Talmud, a central text of mainstream Judaism that provides a collection of civil and religious laws. The Dock is at 2001 Second St. in Davis.

California finds new gun laws are much easier to pass than enact

For advocates of stricter gun laws, a sweeping package of new legislation signed by California's governor in July 2016 - and a similar set of measures approved by the state's voters in a referendum four months later - served as rare bright spots in a year that they would otherwise rather forget. The new restrictions included an expanded version of the state's assault weapons ban, designed to close a loophole that had been exploited just months earlier by ISIS-inspired gunmen; a prohibition on owning high-capacity magazines; and a requirement for background checks on sales of ammunition.

Annual report shows river boosts Davis' water quality

Drinking water quality in Davis has improved over the last year, though contaminants like hexavalent chromium continue to appear in excess, according to the 2016 Davis Water Quality report that was released this month. The latest water quality figures reflect the impacts of the new Woodland-Davis Surface Water Project, which started going online in phases from June to October 2016.

Marrone field trials show results against pests, diseases

Marrone Bio Innovations, a Davis-based ag tech firm, has reported excellent product efficacy results in fast-growing international markets with intense pest and plant disease problems. The drivers behind the rapid adoption of bio-based pest management and plant health products are globally recognized, founder and CEO Pam Marrone said.

Smoke from wildfires worries winemakers

As Nicole Salengo watched a fire truck pass her home, she couldn't help but feel a sense of panic - not for her home, but her grapes. "It's been looking like a really great growing season," said Salengo, recalling the Winters fire that threatened the Berryessa Gap vineyard, where she works.

Yolo County man charged in 2016 Capitol clash

A Davis-area man was arraigned Friday on criminal charges stemming from last year's clash between neo-Nazis and anti-fascist demonstrators on the state Capitol grounds in Sacramento. Michael A. Williams, 56, is due to return Monday morning to Sacramento Superior Court, where his defense attorney Linda Parisi will request a reduction in his $500,000 bail, according to The Sacramento Bee.

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