COVID-19 leaves negative impact on mental health, increased calls to suicide hotlines, experts say
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COVID-19 leaves negative impact on mental health, increased calls to suicide hotlines, experts say

Sustaining mental health remains important despite challenges posed by COVID-19, experts say Any student can…

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City will lease empty apartments to members of homeless population during upcoming winter
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City will lease empty apartments to members of homeless population during upcoming winter

Creative solution will shelter residents from cold, decrease spread of COVID-19 On Sept. 22, the…

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Students return to Davis for fall instruction, boon for businesses but parties pose risk
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Students return to Davis for fall instruction, boon for businesses but parties pose risk

Clubs cancel Halloween parties, find safe ways to have fun events The first fall quarter…

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Police logs
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Police logs

Stop screaming and dancing outside! September 25 “Customer found a small baggy of what appears…

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Yolo County Moves down into Red Tier for COVID-19, some indoor services including dining allowed
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Yolo County Moves down into Red Tier for COVID-19, some indoor services including dining allowed

Despite progressing into Red Tier, public officials urge residents to continue following safety guidelines On…

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UC Davis student kills two and wounds one before killing himself in Sacramento grocery store shooting
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UC Davis student kills two and wounds one before killing himself in Sacramento grocery store shooting

Hassibullah Shams Hassib was a third-year international relations major at UC Davis Students can schedule…

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Adaptive Recreation Program offers social connection, despite ongoing pandemic
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Adaptive Recreation Program offers social connection, despite ongoing pandemic

In-person, virtual events allow participants to build friendships while following social distancing guidelines The City…

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Yolo Interfaith Immigration Network raises $40,000 for immigrant families in Davis community
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Yolo Interfaith Immigration Network raises $40,000 for immigrant families in Davis community

 Local organizations provide resources to immigrant families, who face unique challenges during pandemic While COVID-19…

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Local nonprofits focused on helping kids provide childcare, free lunches
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Local nonprofits focused on helping kids provide childcare, free lunches

Nonprofits adapt to help children during pandemic, receive support from community The COVID-19 pandemic has…

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Local COVID-conscious businesses receive Certificate of Compliance under Yolo County’s Green Check Program
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Local COVID-conscious businesses receive Certificate of Compliance under Yolo County’s Green Check Program

Barber shops, hair salons able to commence indoor operations while adhering to health, safety guidelines…

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Davis experiences unhealthy air quality, reducing restaurant outdoor dining, waitstaff hours
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Davis experiences unhealthy air quality, reducing restaurant outdoor dining, waitstaff hours

Avoid smoke inhalation health effects by reducing outdoor activities when possible Northern California wildfires have…

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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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