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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
Cars now clean enough that household products rival them for air pollution

Today's cars emit less than 1 percent of the three "criteria" pollutants that came out of their tailpipes half a century ago. They emit relatively so little carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, and hydrocarbons that the collective effect of vehicle emission in the U.S. may now be outweighed by ... household products? That's the startling conclusion of a new study issued in mid-February by a team of university and government scientists.

March 14, 2018: Putin's 'Jewish' problem

Putin's 'Jewish' problem As a general rule of thumb, one can gauge the uselessness of American Jewish organizations by the shrillness, frequency and absurdity of their press releases. Case in point: the hair-tearing horror over Vladimir Putin's alleged accusation that Russian Jews may have been behind US election tampering .

Possible changes at Montgomery on school-board agenda

The Davis school board - which began a two-part discussion of possible program changes at Marguerite Montgomery Elementary at the March 1 meeting - will take up the topic again when the trustees meet again at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 15, in the Community Chambers at Davis City Hall, 23 Russell Blvd. Montgomery Elementary currently offers two programs - a Two Way Bilingual Immersion program, and an English-only neighborhood school program. Enrollment in the bilingual program has surged, but has dwindled in the English-only classrooms, and on March 1, district staff expressed concerns about the growing "disproportionality" between the two programs at Montgomery.

Folk Dancers workshop set March 24

Davis International Folk Dancers will sponsor a folk dance workshop from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 24, at the Davis Arts Center, 1919 F St. in Davis. Loui Tucker will teach Israeli dances for the first half and Balkan dances for the second half of the afternoon.

Environmental update: City marks Arbor Day milestone

"Trees Are Simply Amazing. They clean air and water, slow climate change, ease poverty and hunger, prevent species loss, and feed the human soul.

Davis students far well in Central Valley Spelling Bee

Two students from elementary schools in Davis fared well in the Central Valley Spelling Bee, held on March 7 in Sacramento. * Alfridah Kizito, a fourth-grader who won the school spelling bee at North Davis Elementary, made it to the third round in the Central Valley Spelling Bee - a level that was reached by only 61 children .

Infrastructure could improve unsafe drinking water in San Joaquin Valley

Tens of thousands of people living in the San Joaquin Valley's unincorporated, rural, low-income communities have unsafe drinking water pouring from their taps. That water is delivered from a patchwork of community water systems that often don't meet state or federal standards for drinking water or from private wells that are not tested.

Meet Carson at Saylors' home

Davis voters can meet Dan Carson, a candidate for City Council, from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, March 17. The event, hosted by Yolo County Supervisor Don Saylor and Julie Saylor, is at 1102 Kent Drive in Central Davis. Dan Carson, who retired as deputy at the State Legislative Analyst's Office, is chair of the city Finance and Budget Commission.

In the Sunshine State, a vision for a sustainable town

Florida's Babcock Ranch aims to mix environmental sustainability into a traditional small-town mold, weaving eco-friendly innovations with traditional models of development. Children play in a fountain as their parents watch from the shade of a palm tree.

Glaucoma Research Foundation Announces $720,000 in Annual Research Grants

The announcement during World Glaucoma Week emphasizes the need to find better treatments and a cure for this disease that affects more than 60 million people The announcement during World Glaucoma Week emphasizes the need to find better treatments and a cure for this disease that affects more than 60 million people. Newswise - March 12, 2018, San Francisco, CA - Glaucoma Research Foundation announced today $720,000 in annual research grants to support 12 investigators at prestigious universities across the United States.

Digital device questions answered

With all the varied tech devices in our world, the need for support, training, and problem solving is never-ending. The City of Davis offers free help for smart phones, tablets, e-readers and laptops monthly from 6 to 8 p.m. on the first and third Mondays of each month.

Davis Night Market returns on St. Patrick's Day

Green beer, corned beef and cabbage, music and handmade goods will light up the second Davis Night Market on from 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday, March 17, at the Sudwerk Dock Store, 2001 Second St. in Davis. The event is a fundraiser, with 20 percent of the proceeds going to the Yolo Crisis Nursery .

Do Backyard Chickens Need More Rules?

Last September, a cappuccino-colored stray chicken appeared in Katherine Rae Mondo's neighborhood in Oakland, Calif. After it hung around the same intersection for a couple of days, Mondo took it in - her house had a coop, and she was already caring for a housemate's three-chicken flock.

We Date Similar People Because Those Are The People Around Us

Mar 10 - According to a recent study from the University of California, Davis, we consistently find ourselves dating partners with similar attributes and characteristics because these are the types of people that surround us at school, work, or home - and not because we are subconsciously seeking them out.

Do Backyard Chickens Need More Rules?

Drawn in by fresh eggs, or the possibility of feathered friends, people continue to flock toward backyard chickens. One researcher wonders if local laws are doing enough to keep people and birds safe.

Suicidal man rescued from freeway overpass

Davis police and firefighters rescued a suicidal man who was threatening to leap from the Pole Line Road overcrossing over Interstate 80 early this morning. The Davis Fire Department reported being called out at about 1 a.m. to the overpass, where the man in his 20s was standing outside the chain-link fencing as police officers gripped his jacket.

Orthodox rabbi to give talk on Israel

Rabbi Shmary Brownstein, Chabad rabbi in Davis, will speak on "Israel: The Orthodox Perspective" at Congregation Bet Haverim, 1715 Anderson Rd., Davis at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 18, in the CBH Social Hall. Rabbi Brownstein's talk is free and open to the public.

Study links decline of 'good' bacteria in infants' to higher long-term increases in pH of poo

Historical changes in the pH level of infant faeces may be the result of lower levels of the beneficial bacteria Bifidobacterium, say researchers. Researchers reviewing 14 clinical studies going back nearly 100 years identified a declining trend in the acidity level of faeces in U.S. infants.

News of our Past: More women driving their own cars

An elaborate "Golden Fairyland" float from the Chico Art Club, now the Chico Women's Club, is seen on Main Street in the late 1930s. Photos like this from the John Nopel and Randy Taylor collections can be seen at the Chico Museum's exhibit, "Chico Through Time." The museum at 141 Salem St. is open Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Almost 150 bicyclists from eight universities took over downtown Chico streets on Sunday, ignored street signals and traffic laws, and probably speeded for most of the day.

Sandy seeks to replace Rexroad on Board of Supervisors

Gary Sandy, a former Woodland mayor and longtime UC Davis administrator, is running for the Board of Supervisors' seat being vacated by Supervisor Matt Rexroad of Woodland. Sandy filed papers on Friday, two days after Rexroad announced he was withdrawing from the race.

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