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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
Per Capita Davis: Plenty are saying, 'We Are Still In'

In early June, President Trump announced his decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Accord. That's the bad news.

Davis Shakespeare's 'Dream' has a very Davis flavor

When: Friday, Sept. 22, through Sunday, Oct. 15, at 8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, plus two performances on Sundays at 7:30 p.m. and two on Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets: $25 general, $20 for students and $15 for youths age 12 and under, available at www.ShakespeareDavis.org, by email at [email protected] or by phone at 530-802-0998 The Davis Shakespeare Festival's production of the ever-popular Shakespeare comedy "A Midsummer Night's Dream" begins previews on Wednesday, Sept.

How your pet's illness could put your mental health at risk

Shortly after his father died of kidney cancer in 2010, his mother's beloved black Labrador retriever mix - Mary Margaret, or Maggie - was diagnosed with hemangiosarcoma , a rapidly growing tumor of the blood vessels. Maggie had a history of health problems, and Owens' mother was distraught.

Photographs by Charles McDonald on display at Buehler gallery

The community is invited to visit the gallery at UC Davis Buehler Alumni Center, 530 Alumni Lane on the UC Davis campus, through Oct. 30 to experience the solo show of artist Charles V. McDonald: "With Camera in Hand: A Photographic Exhibition." While it's become fashionable and rather easy to leave the big, heavy and bulky 35mm digital single-lens reflex camera at home and decide to use only one's iPhone to take pictures these days, McDonald still prefers his camera.

Fujimoto shares his memoir, 'Bouncing Back,' at Davis reading

The Avid Reader welcomes Davis author Isao Fujimoto for reading, discussion and signing of his memoir, "Bouncing Back: Community, Resilience & Curiosity," at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22. The bookstore is at 617 Second St. in downtown Davis.

Fence fire threatens four homes

Smoke drifts skyward Sunday evening between Grosbeak Court and Flicker Avenue in North Davis, where a fence fire threatened four homes before being extinguished, Davis Fire Department officials said. The blaze also damaged a vehicle and trees along the fence line, but no injuries were reported.

4-H clubs start enrollment for year

Youths ages 5-19 are encouraged to learn more about 4-H, the largest youth development organization in the country, at an informational program at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26, at the Stephens Branch Library, 315 E. 14th St. in Davis.

Pregnant moms who take folic acid cut autism risk from pesticides

Children whose mothers took folic acid supplements early in their pregnancies were less likely to develop autism, even when the pregnant moms were exposed to pesticides linked to the neurodevelopmental disorder, a new study found. Mothers who were exposed to household or agricultural pesticides just before and during their pregnancies but who took high-dose folic acid cut in half the risk of their children developing autism when compared to women who received low doses of the vitamin, lead author Rebecca Schmidt said in a phone interview.

New Cyber Brief: What President Trump's NAFTA Priorities Get Right (and Wrong) About Digital Trade

The Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program has launched a new Cyber Brief . This one examines what the Donald J. Trump administration gets right and wrong about digital trade in its renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement .

Back in the classroom: Katehi says being faculty is a 'calling'

UC Davis professor Linda Katehi walked over to the black, leather-bound books in her office in Academic Surge and motioned to them. "These are their doctoral thesis," Katehi said about the many volumes on her shelf.

Rethinking the "infrastructure" discussion amid a blitz of hurricanes

The wonky words infrastructure and resilience have circulated widely of late, particularly since Hurricanes Harvey and Irma struck paralyzing, costly blows in two of America's fastest-growing states. Resilience is a property traditionally defined as the ability to bounce back.

Yolo Hospice: The woman who made love operational

Life is great at 88 when you're Madalon O'Rawe Amenta, a resident of University Retirement Community in Davis. Her life - past, present and future - represents purpose, accomplishment and an eagerness to shape the world around her.

Mace Ranch EIR seeks final seal of approval

The Davis City Council could certify the Mace Ranch Innovation Center's environmental impact report at their meeting next Tuesday. While formal plans for Mace Ranch are yet to arrive in city hall, developers have spent the last year requesting certification of the project's EIR, urging that a certified EIR would help attract investors.

Thriving Pink making a difference in the lives of local breast cancer survivors

But for many women and their families, financial issues arise as well, particularly when loss of an income makes it difficult to cover a prescription co-pay, put food on the table and gas in the car, not to mention dealing with all the other costs of living. "It's challenging when you're not able to work or drive or take care of your kids," notes Davis resident Mary Liu.

Area 52 founder shifts focus to Inventopia

For inventors looking to push their project, or scientists looking for a place to test their prototypes, Inventopia is an upcoming co-working space that will provide shared lab equipment for startups in Davis. This latest business is spearheaded by Tim Keller, the founder of Area 52. While plans for Area 52 went on hiatus as Sierra Energy pursues a $5 million renovation of their property at 1222 Research Park Drive, Keller was eager to get the ball rolling.

Enjoy a true hometown feeling at Cloud Forest Cafe

T.H. Fang retired in 2013 and quickly realized that simply retiring was not for him. Working as an architect for many years in New York and Hong Kong, he had loved the interactions with clients, so he began looking for a small business to run in what he called the "civilized community" of Davis.

Future of World's Oldest Tree Species in Peril, Warn Scientists

The bristlecone pine tree, famous for its wind-beaten, gnarly limbs and having the longest lifespan on Earth, is losing a race to the top of mountains throughout the Western United States, putting future generations in peril, researchers said Wednesday. Driven by climate change, a cousin of the tree, the limber pine, is leapfrogging up mountainsides, taking root in warmer, more favourable temperatures and leaving little room for the late-coming bristlecone, a study finds.

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