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CHP Cruiser Hit by Train In Rio Linda

Dec 9, 2016

A CHP cruiser was parked too closely to the UPRR train tracks just west of West 6th Street and was hit by a train Friday morning after the officer had stopped to investigate a separate incident. The officer was uninjured, but the CHP vehicle was severely damaged. The CHP traffic website shows the initial incident...

The California Aggie
The collective effort for individual well-being

The collective effort for individual well-being

Students, faculty aim to promote wellness Chemistry professor Andreas Toupadakis makes sure to ask the 400 plus students in his lectures questions which allow him to learn more about them. His questions range from whether they would prefer that he upload homework assignments online to whether they know about the Reflection Room in the...

The California Aggie
Bike Campaign offers bicycles to those who cannot afford them

Bike Campaign offers bicycles to those who cannot afford them

Volunteer program distributes bicycles, aims to foster positive biking experiences Davis, California — home to thousands of cyclists and bicycles. It is the city that introduced bike lanes to our country, and it is often referred to as “The Bicycle Capital of the U.S.” The Davis city logo proudly features a penny-farthing, 98 percent...

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The California Aggie
Memorial honors victims of police violence

Memorial honors victims of police violence

971 individuals were killed by the police in 2016 Every year, the Department of Chicana/o Studies creates an altar for Dia de los Muertos with staff, students and others in the ethnic studies departments. This year, the department built a community altar in memory of victims of police violence in 2016. The altar was...

The California Aggie
Students walk out of classes to protest potential tuition hikes

Students walk out of classes to protest potential tuition hikes

Students respond to termination of UC tuition freeze On Monday, Nov. 21, approximately 30 students gathered at the Memorial Union and marched through the Coffee House to Mrak Hall from 12 to 1 p.m. to protest potential UC tuition hikes. The protest, which was advertised in a Facebook event for UC Davis students, was...

NorCal Tennis Czar
Volynets faces rematch in Orange Bowl semis

Volynets faces rematch in Orange Bowl semis

Katie Volynets, shown last year, will faceAngelica Blake for the second time in oneweek. Photo by Paul Bauman   The only player who gave girls 16s champion Katie Volynets trouble in last week's Eddie Herr International Championships was Angel...

HealthyCal.org
Worried by Concussions, Parents and Doctors Push for Safety in Children’s Sports

Dec 8, 2016
Worried by Concussions, Parents and Doctors Push for Safety in Children’s Sports

As professional sports teams assess concussion rates, pediatricians are calling on parents and coaches to take a closer look at children’s participation in sports that frequently cause contact injuries.

The post Worried by Concussions, Parents and Doctors Push for Safety in Children’s Sports appeared first on California Health Report.


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AutoGlo
Maserati’s Ghibli sedan is something special

Dec 8, 2016
Maserati’s Ghibli sedan is something special

A menu of Mark Glover’s AutoGlo reviews of the latest motor vehicle models also can be seen on The Sacramento Bee’s website at www.sacbee.com/news/business/article4005306.html



This review first appeared in the November 2016 edition of the Northern & Central California Cruisin’ News published out of Folsom, California – mg


Sacramento, California When you’re offered a drive in a 2016 Maserati Ghibli...

Sacramento Sidetracks
Weekend Top 10: December 9th – 11th

Weekend Top 10: December 9th – 11th

Meet Santa and his reindeer at Fairytale Town’s WINTER WONDERLAND. Thursday – Sunday Wave to Santa, local performers, animals, and more at the annual SANTA PARADE. Saturday FREE Enjoy a HOLIDAY PARTY WITH MUSICAL ROBOT at the McKinley Library. Saturday FREE   Watch “Twas the Night Before Christmas” come to life during the THEATRE...

The California Aggie
Bail reform advocates gather at annual fundraiser

Dec 8, 2016
Bail reform advocates gather at annual fundraiser

Speakers criticize “unconstitutional” system On Nov. 19, the Davis Vanguard hosted its annual fundraiser for its nonprofit court watch organization which monitors malpractice in local courts. This year’s event focused on bail reform. Guest speakers included Equal Justice Under the Law director Phil Telfeyan and San Francisco public defender Jeff Adachi. David Greenwald, editor and...

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