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In Appreciation of Our Women and Those Who Support Them

Dec 5, 2016
In Appreciation of Our Women and Those Who Support Them

by Tia Will Sunday’s Enterprise had an article that caught my attention. The article, “Second Straight Second Place,“ highlighted our DHS women’s second place finish at the cross country nationals. This is a direct testament to the determination and hard work of the individual women racers and an indirect measure of the willingness of...

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Davis Vanguard
Sanchez Reports for Sentencing

Dec 5, 2016
Sanchez Reports for Sentencing

By Samantha Brill On December 2, 2016 Mr. Sanchez reported to court with Judge McAdams presiding for sentencing after being found guilty on two counts, one count of trespassing and the other count for resisting arrest committed on September 8, 2016. Before the court announced Mr. Sanchez’s sentence, Mr. Sanchez’s defense attorney plead for...

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The California Aggie
Police Logs

Police Logs

Another week of ‘why did people call the police about this nonsense?’ Nov. 20 “Hydraulic lift parked across from RP’s res, RP feels it’s sticking too far out on the roadway” Nov. 21 “Male talking to himself about conspiracies” Nov. 22 “ charging devices on the city electrical outlet” Nov. 22 “Two loose dogs...

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The California Aggie
Student representatives of Chancellor Search Committee to potentially resign

Student representatives of Chancellor Search Committee to potentially resign

Graduate Student Association, ASUCD Senate pass resolutions calling for concessions from UC President Janet Napolitano The search for a new UC Davis chancellor continues after the resignation of controversial former chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi, this past August. Now, more resignations could be on the way from Brian Riley and Elly Oltersdorf, the graduate and...

Davis Vanguard
Sunday Commentary: City Faces Urgent Fiscal Situation

Dec 4, 2016
Sunday Commentary: City Faces Urgent Fiscal Situation

For months we had heard that the city’s fiscal situation had improved – and in some ways it certainly had – but beneath the good news was trouble.  The city’s infrastructure needs were critical and last spring the number of $655 million emerged. One of the council goals has been to create a resilient...

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Davis Vanguard
Sunday Commentary: Council Hits the Right Notes on LRDP Response

Dec 4, 2016
Sunday Commentary: Council Hits the Right Notes on LRDP Response

In Saturday’s column, I presented the full summary of the city’s LRDP response.  For the most part, the city council subcommittee’s expressed position gibes well with the views the Vanguard has expressed over much of the last six months. In terms of housing – the Vanguard has strongly agreed that UC Davis needs to...

Davis Vanguard
Legal Immigrant Held For 18 Months with No Bail Hearing

Dec 4, 2016
Legal Immigrant Held For 18 Months with No Bail Hearing

By Arnold Giammarco One Saturday afternoon in 2011, my wife and daughter were out, and I was on my front steps, talking on the phone with my sister. Three law enforcement cars drove up, and I told my sister, “Something must be going on.” Suddenly, agents got out and started running toward me. They...

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Davis Vanguard
My View: City Articulates LRDP Interests

Dec 3, 2016
My View: City Articulates LRDP Interests

For a number of months we have had a long and sustained community dialogue on growth as well as the interaction between university growth ambition and city land use policies. While the community, at least as embodied by the commenters on the Vanguard, has weighed in, this is the first time that the council...

Davis Vanguard
The Davis Green Onion – Edition 1

The Davis Green Onion – Edition 1

by Tia Will The president-elect has made a bold choice in Dr. Tom Price to head Health and Human services. Dr. Price, an orthopedic surgeon and seasoned legislator, has now proven himself to be a visionary. Long known as an opponent of both abortion and readily accessible and affordable birth control, Dr. Price is...

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Should Juries Disregard Testimony of Police Who Fail to Turn On Cameras?

Should Juries Disregard Testimony of Police Who Fail to Turn On Cameras?

by Matthew Segal Courts should empower juries to devalue or disregard police testimony when officers fail to turn on their bodycams. Since 2014, at least 14 people have been killed by police officers wearing body cameras that were either not turned on or not operational. Roughly two months ago, an officer in Charlotte failed...

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