Voting center locations announced in Yolo County, following safety guidelines
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Voting center locations announced in Yolo County, following safety guidelines

Despite pandemic, voter turnout predicted to remain similar to previous years This article was updated…

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Students, community members protest police brutality after police killing of George Floyd
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Students, community members protest police brutality after police killing of George Floyd

Student activists inspired by Black Lives Matter protests across nation call for change in Davis…

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Unitrans proposes service changes for 2020–2021 service year
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Unitrans proposes service changes for 2020–2021 service year

Proposal includes drop-off only stops, schedule adjustments, rear door boarding Unitrans has proposed new service…

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UC Davis administration implements improvements to new public bus service with ridership involvement
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UC Davis administration implements improvements to new public bus service with ridership involvement

Free fare for six months for UCD affiliates, with bicycle storage, direct intercampus stops The…

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From hoarding to price gouging, law and sociology professors discuss politics of coronavirus
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From hoarding to price gouging, law and sociology professors discuss politics of coronavirus

Professors explain the difference between hoarding and mass buying, legality of price gouging This week,…

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The Pantry and Aggie Compass partner to create weekly grocery bag program for students during COVID-19 pandemic
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The Pantry and Aggie Compass partner to create weekly grocery bag program for students during COVID-19 pandemic

Students in need receive weekly, customizable grocery bags The Aggie Compass Basic Needs Center and…

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UC Davis Police Chief Joe Farrow gives more information on machete incident
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UC Davis Police Chief Joe Farrow gives more information on machete incident

Identity of man seen with machete in his backpack remains unknown The California Aggie recently…

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UC Davis offers on-campus voting options
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UC Davis offers on-campus voting options

Separate locations lead to confusion On Super Tuesday, March 3, students and Davis residents alike…

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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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City of Davis urges residents to shelter-in-place, UC Davis closes ARC, campus
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City of Davis urges residents to shelter-in-place, UC Davis closes ARC, campus

Gov. Gavin Newsom issues directives to practice social distancing in response to COVID-19 pandemic The…

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Online payment portal at West Village down as February begins
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Online payment portal at West Village down as February begins

Residents encouraged to pay via check or money order Residents of West Village, a luxury…

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“No more wars” — students fight against American intervention in Iran
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“No more wars” — students fight against American intervention in Iran

With a potential Iran-US conflict looming, students have different ideas for achieving “no more wars”…

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WarnMe test planned for Jan. 29
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WarnMe test planned for Jan. 29

January test first of three planned for this year A WarnMe test is planned for…

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Same-day voter registration to come to UC Davis campus
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Same-day voter registration to come to UC Davis campus

MU polling place will have same-day registration by 2020 general election For the 2020 general…

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Campus police implement new security measures for Bainer Hall
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Campus police implement new security measures for Bainer Hall

Mechanical and aerospace engineering students kept informed Following a spate of robberies in Bainer Hall…

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