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CHP Car Cam Video captures High-speed Chase

Nov 19, 2014

by Antoinnette Borbon Testimony began this morning in the trial of an Oregon man who led California Highway Patrol Officers on a reckless and dangerous high-speed chase during the early morning hours of April 24th, 2013. A young man from Oregon, Elijah Taylor, 21, is being charged with six counts to include the use...

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The California Aggie
Students lead protest in response to impending tuition hikes

Nov 18, 2014

Three years to the day of the infamous “pepperspray” incident involving campus police and student demonstrators, UC Davis students once again filled the Quad this afternoon to protest, this time in response to impending tuition hikes. An estimated 500-600 students, faculty and community members convened in the center of the Quad at noon, Nov....

Davis Vanguard
Superintendent Roberson Holds Press Conference Regarding O’Brien Situation

Nov 18, 2014
Superintendent Roberson Holds Press Conference Regarding O’Brien Situation

On Monday morning, Superintendent Winfred Roberson held a rare school district press conference mainly to make sure the media had all of the information and request that the media not seek out staff and students on the Harper Junior High Campus. While the Superintendent clarified some information, mostly the information was a rehash of...

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The California Aggie
Artsweek

Nov 18, 2014

MUSIC   Irvin Mayfield and the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra Nov. 18, 8 p.m., prices vary Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts Grammy-winning trumpeter Irvin Mayfield will lead the 18-piece New Orlean Jazz Orchestra through New Orleans musical classics and works by Basie and Ellington. There will be a 7 p.m. pre-performance talk in...

Davis Vanguard
A Good Weekend for Innovation, Startups and Economic Development

By Michael Bisch “This means that the city will have to maintain strong fiscal discipline lest the dramatic recent improvements in its fiscal condition be allowed to unravel. Moreover, the city must continue to be entrepreneurial and search out opportunities to gain additional revenues to support needed public services. This includes pursuing its aggressive...

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The California Aggie
Volunteers, artists, Davis residents support unique local museum

Nov 18, 2014

A little over a year ago, a man carried a 89-pound iron ball into the Hattie Weber Museum, located on C Street in Downtown Davis. The iron ball had sat atop Davis’s first water tower, previously functioning as a lightning rod. The man’s father-in-law, who was moving to a rest home, told the volunteers...

The California Aggie
Davis non-profit FARM plants winter vegetables to donate

Nov 18, 2014

Members from the non-profit FARM Davis gathered Saturday on Valdora Street in South Davis to plant vegetables. FARM Davis is a non-profit organization dedicated to growing and donating fresh, local food in order to help homeless or low-income individuals obtain healthy produce. Robyn Waxman founded the organization and wrote her master’s thesis about it...

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Davis Vanguard
Joy Ride Turns Dangerous

by Jordan Lee, Antoinnette Borbon and Elaine Gabriel. A 21-year-old Oregon man allegedly stole a Chevy Silverado in Oregon and was on his way to Southern California with two friends when California Highway Patrol attempted to pull him over for speeding. Instead of pulling over, Mr. Taylor began a 40-mile high-speed car chase that...

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The California Aggie
UC Davis researchers discover fossils that fill missing evolutionary gap

Nov 18, 2014

On Nov. 5, UC Davis released that a team led by campus researchers discovered the first fossil of an amphibious ichthyosaur that fills a missing part of the dinosaurs’ evolutionary period. The fossil represents the transition from land to sea in the evolutionary history of ichthyosaurs, marine reptiles from the Age of Dinosaurs. “Ichthyosaurs...

The California Aggie
UC students protest against proposed tuition hike

Nov 18, 2014

The ASUCD and a coalition of student organizations and labor unions have called UC Davis students to gather on the Quad for a campuswide protest on Nov. 18 at noon against the possible tuition hike. Event coordinators expect upwards of 1,500 students to participate. The action is a response to University of California (UC)...

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