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Words Take Wing brings 1,200 kids to Freeborn Hall

Apr 24, 2014

For the last 10 years, Words Take Wing, an organization affiliated with the UC Davis School of Education, has been committed to bringing in a diverse range of children’s book authors and illustrators to its annual event at Freeborn Hall. The group’s yearly event is primarily geared toward children, who are able to attend...

The California Aggie
Police Briefs

Apr 24, 2014

Tuesday 4/15 Crash and burn Someone sent a text message to her academic advisor threatening to “burn them all down” on Glacier Drive.  Noose-ance On Mercedes Avenue, someone reported a rope hanging down from a tree with a small loop. Thursday 4/17 Totally buggin’ Someone on Klee Place reported a neighbor for using a...

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The California Aggie
WASC accreditation team reviews UC Davis

Apr 24, 2014

From April 9 to 11, the Accrediting Commision for Schools (ASC), Western Association for Schools and Colleges (WASC) evaluated UC Davis to review and accredit the school. WASC goes to a large number of elementary, secondary and higher education schools in California at least once every 10 years to review school processes, students, staff...

The California Aggie
This Week in Senate: April 17, 2014

Apr 24, 2014

ASUCD Vice President Maxwell Kappes presided over the senate meeting held on April 17 in the Mee Room on the third floor of the MU. The meeting was called to order at 6:15 p.m. Senate began with presentations by Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Adela de la Torre and Associate Vice C hancellor Milton...

The California Aggie
Safety remains top priority in Picnic Day preparations

Apr 24, 2014

As the Davis campus and community prepared for the centennial Picnic Day, safety remained a top concern. The Picnic Day Unit under ASUCD prepared a large array of the usual festivities, including a scavenger hunt, parade, exhibits, fairs and more. The City of Davis, Picnic Day, ASUCD and the UC Davis Police Department (UCDPD)...

HealthyCal.org
Activists, Refinery Neighbors Start to Monitor Air Quality

Apr 23, 2014

By Chris Richard Residents in the most polluted neighborhood of Los Angeles band together to keep tabs on air quality.The post Activists, Refinery Neighbors Start to Monitor Air Quality appeared first on California Health Report.

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Man Claims Getting Violent Threats from Accused Killer

Apr 23, 2014

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There’s shocking new information about the suspect in a deadly beating in Sacramento’s Meadowview area.

One man who knows 28-year-old suspect Matthew Drake says he never should have had the opportunity to kill.

He has no trouble believing Drake …


The State Hornet
Hornets softball shut out by Cal

Apr 23, 2014

The bats of Sacramento State softball were silent as it was issued a NCAA mercy-rule in six innings by UC Berkeley on Wednesday in Berkeley, Calif. Cal’s freshman pitcher Stephanie Trzcinski held the Hornets to only four hits, two walks and had 11 strikeouts in the 8-0 win.



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Fix 50 Workers Urge Safety Despite Unchanged Speed Limit

Apr 23, 2014

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Avoiding the cone zone of the extensive Fix 50 project is no joke.

“My chief of staff got off on the I Steet Bridge, took a half hour to get from I Street to the Capital,” State Legislature staffer …


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New Anti-Arena Group Emerges

Apr 23, 2014
New Anti-Arena Group Emerges

Kings to Keep Arena Construction Tax Revenue in CitySACRAMENTO-

In less than a month, the Kings are planning for demolition at the site of what’s set to become the team’s new arena.

But a new group of taxpayers says not so fast.

Members of Sacramento Community Action say …



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