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Embassy Suites Hotel Settles Lawsuit with Harrington

Nov 29, 2016
Embassy Suites Hotel Settles Lawsuit with Harrington

Late on Monday evening, Michael Harrington along with co-counsel Don Mooney announced that they had reached a settlement agreement with Royal Ganesh and the City of Davis resolving their lawsuit over the Embassy Suites/ Hotel Conference Center project. The lawsuit had effectively blocked the development of a hotel conference that the city had pushed...

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Davis Vanguard
Appellate Court Draws Line on Prosecutorial Misconduct in Blistering Ruling in OC Case

Nov 29, 2016
Appellate Court Draws Line on Prosecutorial Misconduct in Blistering Ruling in OC Case

In 2014, Orange County Deputy Public Defender Scott Sanders came to Davis to discuss a case he had been dealing with that was about to become a national story.  In a death penalty case where the defendant had already admitted guilt in the guilt phase, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department used jailhouse informants to...

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Davis Vanguard
What’s Happening in the Arctic, is not Staying in the Arctic

Nov 29, 2016
What’s Happening in the Arctic, is not Staying in the Arctic

Tipping Points to Collapse By Debra Chase “The metaphor is so obvious. Easter Island isolated in the Pacific Ocean — once the island got into trouble, there was no way they could get free. There was no other people from whom they could get help. In the same way that we on Planet Earth,...

The California Aggie
Measure H passes, voters support Davis schools

Measure H passes, voters support Davis schools

Davis community renews local parcel tax for K-12 education Since 1984, Davis residents have voted to support local schools and education with parcel taxes that help sustain important programs and enrichment opportunities for Davis K-12 students. This election proved no different, as the votes tallied up beyond the required two-thirds majority for Measure H...

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The California Aggie
Local residents attend Davis town hall meeting

Local residents attend Davis town hall meeting

College alcohol use, high-risk drinking discussed Overall trends of public intoxication arrests in Davis have declined in recent years, said City of Davis mayor Robb Davis during the Davis Town Hall forum on Nov. 16. If only that were the case back in 2005 for one UC Davis freshman, a female student who spent...

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The California Aggie
UC Davis Medical Center wins Consumer Choice Award

UC Davis Medical Center wins Consumer Choice Award

National Research Center names UC Davis Medical Center as Sacramento region’s best hospital Based upon National Research Center (NRC) surveys, the UC Davis Medical Center (UCDMC) has been ranked as the best regional hospital in four areas: best overall quality, best image and reputation, best doctors and best nurses. Between October 2015 and September...

The California Aggie
Advocacy groups write letters to UC President amid concerns of anti-Semitism

Advocacy groups write letters to UC President amid concerns of anti-Semitism

The letters come after two controversial student-led courses Earlier this month, the AMCHA Initiative and Alums for Campus Fairness (ACF), sent out two open letters to the University of California (UC) president Janet Napolitano expressing concerns of anti-Zionist sentiment among UC professors and student instructors. The letters, which were signed by 176 faculty members,...

The California Aggie
Student Health and Counseling Services launches Nap Campaign

Student Health and Counseling Services launches Nap Campaign

Students learn about the importance of sleep, receive nap kits UC Davis’ Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) hosted its annual Nap Campaign from Nov. 7 to 10. The event celebrated healthy napping habits with over 800 participants given nap kits, which included sleep masks, earplugs and cards with information about naps. On Nov....

The California Aggie
UC Davis receives $760 million for research

UC Davis receives $760 million for research

Funding for research in public health, veterinary sciences, agriculture tops $700 million $760 million in external research funding was awarded to the UC Davis for the fiscal year 2015 to 2016. According to the UC Davis News site, this is the fourth highest among University of California (UC) campuses. The awards mostly came from...

Davis Vanguard
Monday Morning Thoughts: Climate Change Policies in Doubt?

Nov 28, 2016
Monday Morning Thoughts: Climate Change Policies in Doubt?

Back in September, Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation that introduces truly radical levels of climate change policy.  The legislation signed by the governor requires the state to cut emissions at least 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030 and invest in the communities hardest hit by climate change. “Climate change is real, and knowing...

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