Davis City Council passes ordinance halting evictions, suspending fees for water shut-offs during COVID-19 local state of emergency
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Davis City Council passes ordinance halting evictions, suspending fees for water shut-offs during COVID-19 local state of emergency

City’s landlords cannot evict renters unable to pay rent due to pandemic, related workplace closures…

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West Village announces resident with coronavirus, later backtracks due to lack of confirmation
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West Village announces resident with coronavirus, later backtracks due to lack of confirmation

Resident currently in self-quarantine, apartment complex currently taking preventative measures Sol at West Village, a…

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Mullet mania: Why is the most notorious 80s haircut making a bold comeback?
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Mullet mania: Why is the most notorious 80s haircut making a bold comeback?

Three “mulleters” on campus discuss their look This past year, I noticed a reemergence of…

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How female artists like Taylor Swift and Megan Thee Stallion have stood up against sexism and exploitation in the industry
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How female artists like Taylor Swift and Megan Thee Stallion have stood up against sexism and exploitation in the industry

A clapback to the patriarchal music industry  Women in the music industry have been challenging…

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Intelligent bandage could help treat chronic wounds using electric forces
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Intelligent bandage could help treat chronic wounds using electric forces

Multidisciplinary, multi-university research attempts to produce smart bioelectronic bandage Two professors from UC Davis teamed…

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Employees at UC Davis Medical Center test positive for COVID-19
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Employees at UC Davis Medical Center test positive for COVID-19

UC Davis Health prepares for expected surge in coronavirus patients in the upcoming weeks  Employees…

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Yolo County conducts widespread outreach to hard-to-count populations before 2020 Census
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Yolo County conducts widespread outreach to hard-to-count populations before 2020 Census

Student, immigrant communities among hardest to measure, officials say Yolo County officials are partnering with…

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Here’s a bunch of good stuff to watch: 30 TV shows, 100 movies online now
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Here’s a bunch of good stuff to watch: 30 TV shows, 100 movies online now

The best of what’s on Hulu, Amazon Prime, Netflix, Kanopy, Tubi, Crackle, Vudu My friends…

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Yolo County confirms first COVID-19 fatality
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Yolo County confirms first COVID-19 fatality

Elderly Yolo County patient with underlying health issues dies after contracting COVID-19 On March 22,…

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Culture Corner with Ilya Shrayber
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Culture Corner with Ilya Shrayber

The Arts Desks’ weekly picks for movies, books, music and television shows. Movie: “Police Story”…

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Commentary: The Day the Sports World Stood Still
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Commentary: The Day the Sports World Stood Still

Measure G supporters hopeful for measure to pass with additional votes still uncounted
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Measure G supporters hopeful for measure to pass with additional votes still uncounted

Vote-by-mail, provisional, conditional ballots reviewed by Yolo County Elections Office Some Davis school community members…

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UC Davis student showing symptoms of COVID-19 unable to get tested
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UC Davis student showing symptoms of COVID-19 unable to get tested

Lack of tests for COVID-19, resources impact UC Davis students, community Disclaimer: The identity of…

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Employee at UC Davis Health tests positive for COVID-19
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Employee at UC Davis Health tests positive for COVID-19

UC Davis researchers continue work to identify possible treatments, vaccine An employee on the UC…

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Strong public transportation can make cities more affordable
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Strong public transportation can make cities more affordable

Affordability means more than just housing In recent years, Americans have been leaving the big…

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