Pluto’s restaurant in Davis closes its doors
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Pluto’s restaurant in Davis closes its doors

High rent leads Pluto’s to shut down indefinitely Pluto’s, a restaurant chain based in the Bay Area, has shut down in Davis after nearly 20 years of business.…

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Two dead, officer injured after domestic disturbance and officer-related shooting early Thursday morning
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Two dead, officer injured after domestic disturbance and officer-related shooting early Thursday morning

Two subjects pronounced dead, investigations underway The Davis Police Department responded to a domestic disturbance call early Thursday morning, which turned into an officer-related shooting that left two…

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All three constitutional amendments fail in ASUCD special election
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All three constitutional amendments fail in ASUCD special election

Two amendments fail by not reaching 60 percent vote in favor, one fails outright Roughly two weeks after voters in the ASUCD Fall Elections rejected three constitutional amendments,…

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ASUCD to hold special election this week
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ASUCD to hold special election this week

Three constitutional amendments from Fall Quarter election to be voted upon again Three constitutional amendments will be put before students for a second time this quarter, as ASUCD…

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ASUCD elections website fails to show constitutional amendments to Tuesday morning voters
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ASUCD elections website fails to show constitutional amendments to Tuesday morning voters

Early voters’ anonymity compromised as Elections Committee emails students directly, asking for their votes on four ballot measures The ASUCD elections website failed to show the entire ballot…

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Northern California wind advisory issued, conditions expected to continue until Tuesday
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Northern California wind advisory issued, conditions expected to continue until Tuesday

The National Weather Service issued a High Wind Advisory for North Central California that expired at 11 p.m. on Sunday night. Conditions are expected to continue into Tuesday,…

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PG&E to shut off power in 34 counties at midnight
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PG&E to shut off power in 34 counties at midnight

Strong winds, humid weather create risk for wildfires The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) will be shutting off power in 34 counties across Northern and Central California,…

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UC President Janet Napolitano to step down next year
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UC President Janet Napolitano to step down next year

Napolitano served seven years as UC President, during which she survived a cancer diagnosis UC President Janet Napolitano announced to the UC Regents at their meeting today, Sept.…

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UC Davis alumna fatally stabbed in Washington D.C.
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UC Davis alumna fatally stabbed in Washington D.C.

D.C. Police Department arrests suspect, court hearing to come Sept. 12 Margery Magill, a UC Davis alumna from the class of 2015, was fatally stabbed on Aug. 27…

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UC, UPTE reach deal after months of stalled contract negotiations
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UC, UPTE reach deal after months of stalled contract negotiations

Contract expected to be ratified in coming weeks The UC and the UPTE-CWA 9119 union have reached a contract agreement after months of stalled negotiations. The successful contract,…

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UC Davis ranks 104th best university in the world
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UC Davis ranks 104th best university in the world

While this may be a drop from last year’s 100th ranking, students still show love for their campus UC Davis is no underdog on the global stage —…

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Gunshots fired by DaVinci Apartments
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Gunshots fired by DaVinci Apartments

Suspect still on the loose The Davis Police Department received reports of gunshots by DaVinci Apartments on Thursday, June 12 at 10:30 p.m. City of Davis Police Lieutenant…

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Flash fire on campus leaves one with minor injuries
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Flash fire on campus leaves one with minor injuries

Fire immediately put out, officials call it a “minor incident” While officials first indicated that an antenna battery exploded on May 28 on the west side of campus,…

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UC Regent Ellen Tauscher passes away at 67
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UC Regent Ellen Tauscher passes away at 67

Tauscher only two years into a 12-year term UC Regent Ellen Tauscher died Monday after a monthslong fight against pneumonia, according to the Los Angeles Times. She was…

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UC tuition to remain steady for 2019-20 academic year
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UC tuition to remain steady for 2019-20 academic year

News comes after UC secures additional funds from Gov. Newsom UC tuition will neither increase nor decrease, remaining steady for the 2019-20 academic year, the UC Office of…

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