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SAN FRANCISCO February 10, 2016 - Jesse “Babe” Amaral, Jr., owner of the now-defunct Petaluma slaughterhouse Rancho Feeding Corporation, was sentenced today to 12 months and one day of imprisonment for leading a conspiracy to distribute adulterated, misbranded, and uninspected meat, announced Acting United States Attorney Brian J. Stretch and Special Agent in Charge...
CDPH Releases New Reports on Healthcare-Associated Infections and Healthcare Personnel Influenza Vaccination Rates
SACRAMENTO February 10, 2016 - The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) today released the “Healthcare-Associated Infections in California Hospitals Annual Report for January to December 2014” and “Influenza Vaccination among Healthcare personnel in California Hospitals for the 2014-15 Influenza Season.” Using data from the infections report, CDPH also updated its interactive map with...
Yolo Land Trust, Blue Note Brewing Co. host fundraiser to help conserve local farmland Yolo Land Trust (YLT) hosted a Mardi Gras party on Feb. 9 at the Blue Note Brewing Company in Woodland. In honor of the holiday, the event included free mask decorating and barbeque from Buckhorn Grill Food Truck. “We were...
Extensive security precautions at temporary bookstore helps in catching culprits Two students were arrested Jan. 12 at the temporary bookstore at the UC Davis ARC Pavilion for burglary and theft after walking out with stolen textbooks. UC Davis student Adam Sato, 21, and James Hoblitzell, 19, a student at UC Merced, were taken...
Upcoming courses to touch on origami, meat protection, Hmong culture Starting Spring Quarter of 2016, there will be eight undergraduate student-led courses that will be available for registration. The courses will cover a wide breadth of topics, including cryptocurrency, the economics of happiness and origami, and are open to all undergraduate students. While the...
Association to hold events throughout next week celebrating clubs, professors and students From Feb. 16 to 19, ASUCD will host Student Appreciation Week in honor of its 100th anniversary. ASUCD is hosting the series of events in order to give back to the community and showcase the clubs and activities that make up UC...
February 10, 2016 - On behalf of the Center for Biological Diversity, Steve Jones, oceans communications specialist, had the following statement about the California Coastal Commission’s disappointing decision to terminate the Executive Director Dr. Charles Lester: