Dance, yoga classes continue in new format, exercise important self-care during COVID-19
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Dance, yoga classes continue in new format, exercise important self-care during COVID-19

Businesses transition to outdoor studios, forced to pause live classes during wildfires due to poor…

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University Commons project approved by Davis City council by a 3-2 vote
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University Commons project approved by Davis City council by a 3-2 vote

Despite concern over building height, increased traffic patterns, city council moves forward with project On…

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Lightning strikes spark Hennessy fire, burning over 350,000, forcing parts of Vacaville to evacuate
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Lightning strikes spark Hennessy fire, burning over 350,000, forcing parts of Vacaville to evacuate

Wildfire evacuations and poor air quality threaten to increase the severity of COVID-19 during wildfire…

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Tuesday Table offers free essentials to people in need during COVID-19 pandemic
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Tuesday Table offers free essentials to people in need during COVID-19 pandemic

Local Davis movement spreads across country to help community members Tuesday Table began in March…

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UC Davis student starts petition for no-fee lease cancellations, city concerned over legality
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UC Davis student starts petition for no-fee lease cancellations, city concerned over legality

Thousands of students sign petition demanding no-fee lease cancellations citing recent Berkeley legislation, state law…

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Bistro 33 closed, ending Davis “Mojito Night” tradition
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Bistro 33 closed, ending Davis “Mojito Night” tradition

COVID-19 leaves negative impact on another Downtown Davis business Bistro 33’s “Mojito Night” has long…

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Davis Mr. Pickle’s Sandwich Shop closes after owner compares Black Lives Matter to the Ku Klux Klan
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Davis Mr. Pickle’s Sandwich Shop closes after owner compares Black Lives Matter to the Ku Klux Klan

Local owner Mickey Mann made comments in email to employees, faced repercussions from corporate leaders…

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Police logs
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Police logs

Wear your face masks May 20 “White male adult standing on trash can in front…

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Davis Black Lives Matter protest draws crowd, despite Facebook controversy
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Davis Black Lives Matter protest draws crowd, despite Facebook controversy

Large group of protesters march to Davis Police Station even though protest was canceled Members…

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Impact of COVID-19 on tourism in Yolo County
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Impact of COVID-19 on tourism in Yolo County

Decline in travel spending, jobs impacted A recent report from Visit California showed the economic…

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Annual Rotary BBQ in the Park continued in new format despite COVID-19 pandemic, extra safety precautions implemented
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Annual Rotary BBQ in the Park continued in new format despite COVID-19 pandemic, extra safety precautions implemented

Rotary BBQ offered “to-go” meals to follow social distancing protocol, proceeds donated to local nonprofits…

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Yolo County enters phase two of four-phase plan for recovery, gets approval from state to proceed to late-stage two
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Yolo County enters phase two of four-phase plan for recovery, gets approval from state to proceed to late-stage two

Childcare, outdoor museums among services allowed to resume, county officials discuss opening of dine-in restaurants…

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Davis businesses struggling, as shown in Davis Chamber of Commerce survey
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Davis businesses struggling, as shown in Davis Chamber of Commerce survey

Over half of Davis businesses surveyed report significant loss of income during shelter-in-place Results from…

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Police Logs
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Police Logs

Noisy chicken edition  May 14 “Chickens.” “Screaming chickens.” May 15 “Loud chickens.” “Neighbor just threatened…

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Woodland undertakes beautification project to encourage pollination
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Woodland undertakes beautification project to encourage pollination

Bee City USA aims to support pollination, raise awareness In January of 2019, the City…

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