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UC Davis Sexual Assault Trial Resumes

UC Davis Sexual Assault Trial Resumes

By Jackie Snyder and Lauren King May 14, 2015, marked the third day of the Lang Her trial.  The victim in this case, who is referred to as only YX, took the witness stand.  She was accompanied by a victim advocate, who sat by her side while she told her story regarding the alleged...

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The California Aggie
Governor Jerry Brown proposes to fine cities, water providers, water districts up to $10,000 for wasting water

After meeting with mayors from across the state, many of them from the Bay Area, Governor Jerry Brown proposed new legislation on April 28 that would fine up to $10,000 per day for violations of target water reduction goals for cities, water providers and water districts. The fines would be enforced by local water...

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Davis Vanguard
Study Shows Potential Economic Impact, Benefits of Innovation Centers

May 14, 2015
Study Shows Potential Economic Impact, Benefits of Innovation Centers

On Monday EPS made a presentation to the City of Davis Finance and Budget Commission on the fiscal and economic impact of the innovation parks on Davis. As now know, the Davis Innovation Center has pulled out which will naturally alter some of these findings. However, the preliminary report for which we have a...

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Davis Vanguard
Mace Innovation Center In It For the Long Haul

May 14, 2015
Mace Innovation Center In It For the Long Haul

On Tuesday came the surprise announcement from the Davis Innovation Center that they were pulling out of their planned innovation park development on a parcel north of Sutter-Davis Hospital and just west of Highway 113. In a release they claimed, “After investing considerable time and resources to respond to the City of Davis Request for...

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Davis Vanguard
Trial Opens into the Sexual Assault of UC Davis Student

Trial Opens into the Sexual Assault of UC Davis Student

By Lauren King, Jackie Snyder, and Tiffany Yeh Opening Statements “This is a case of opportunity,” began Deputy District Attorney Amanda Zambor on the afternoon of May 12, 2015, “but rape, none the less.”   Ms. Zambor’s statement marked both the beginning of the Lang Her trial and its opening arguments at the Yolo County...

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Davis Vanguard
Davis Innovation Center Pulls Out

May 13, 2015
Davis Innovation Center Pulls Out

Davis City Manager Dirk Brazil told the Vanguard late on Tuesday afternoon that the Davis Innovation Center was “put on hold.” Mr. Brazil stated that he was “surprised and disappointed.” According to Mr. Brazil, he got assurances from the developers that this had nothing to do with city processes and that they were satisfied...

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Davis Vanguard
Commentary: Another Fantastical DA Press Release in the Bonilla Case

May 13, 2015
Commentary: Another Fantastical DA Press Release in the Bonilla Case

Over the years the DA’s office has had some fantastical press releases, misleading the public about the nature of their cases and their work. That tradition continues as the DA’s office rather surprisingly chose to publicize the case despite the fact that for all intents and purposes – they lost. Nevertheless, the DA’s office...

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Davis Vanguard
The Over-Policing of Black Women

The Over-Policing of Black Women

By Jeff Adachi While citizens demand answers for the police killings of unarmed men of color nationally, an everyday injustice continues unabated in San Francisco: the profiling of African American women. It’s an insidious problem that’s garnered little attention in the newly invigorated civil rights movement. And it’s only getting worse. According a recent...

The California Aggie
Davis Ground Zero clothing, board shop to close after 18 years

Downtown sees increase in restaurants, decrease in retail After 18 years of business in downtown Davis, Ground Zero ski shop will be closing its doors on June 28. Ground Zero’s lease contract was up for renewal and according to Executive Vice President of Ground Zero, Brendan Mohr, their landlord doesn’t believe that the business...

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The California Aggie
Senate Brief: April 30, 2014

ASUCD Vice President Gareth Smythe presided over the weekly senate meeting on April 30. The meeting was called to order at 8:11 p.m. Environmental Policy and Planning Commission Chair Marissa Ayala and senators Anabiah Syed, Miguel Guerrero, Roman Rivilis, Sarah Priano and Anas Tresh were not present at roll call. Tresh arrived at 8:28...

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