PG&E files for bankruptcy
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PG&E files for bankruptcy

PG&E received claim of $30 billion, took necessary steps to figure out how to handle…

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Solano Park Apartments pantry looks to expand hours
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Solano Park Apartments pantry looks to expand hours

Pantry, Treasure Trove are new programs to benefit student resident families The Solano Park Apartments…

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UC Davis prepares for UC-wide payroll system despite issues at other UC campuses
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UC Davis prepares for UC-wide payroll system despite issues at other UC campuses

Resources for students, staff to better transition to UCPath program On April 1, UC Davis,…

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Yolo Food Bank, CalFresh accommodated for federal government shutdown
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Yolo Food Bank, CalFresh accommodated for federal government shutdown

Potential crisis of food insecurity arose due to frozen federal funds, missed paychecks In response…

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Police Logs
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Police Logs

Where did the crowbar come from? January 9 “Male versus female pulling each others clothes.”…

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Yolo County Food Bank gets new paint job
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Yolo County Food Bank gets new paint job

Brooks Painting Charity redesigns Yolo Food Bank for annual charity painting Last spring, the Yolo…

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Davis community rallies for students, families who were displaced from their homes due to Glacier Point Apartments fire
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Davis community rallies for students, families who were displaced from their homes due to Glacier Point Apartments fire

Glacier Point Apartments expected to cost over $200,000 for reconstruction At approximately 5:45 p.m. on…

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Girls on the Run of Greater Sacramento receives $30,000 grant from Rite Aid
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Girls on the Run of Greater Sacramento receives $30,000 grant from Rite Aid

After-school running program committed to empowering girls Girls on the Run of Greater Sacramento, a…

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Yolo District Attorney’s office helps secure $1.5 million grant for Woodland nonprofit Fourth & Hope
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Yolo District Attorney’s office helps secure $1.5 million grant for Woodland nonprofit Fourth & Hope

Grant will fund new program HOPE that aims to provide transitional housing, services to homeless…

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Woodland celebrates construction of new affordable housing complex
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Woodland celebrates construction of new affordable housing complex

West Beamer Place apartments officially opened in December, offering 80 new homes to low-income families…

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Increase in electric vehicle charger installations in Davis
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Increase in electric vehicle charger installations in Davis

Electric vehicle charger in Muir Commons example of rise in alternative energy On Nov. 9,…

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Martin Luther King Jr. celebration
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Martin Luther King Jr. celebration

Downtown Davis holds freedom march in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day Davis hosted…

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Repeat DUI offenders face new consequences in 2019
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Repeat DUI offenders face new consequences in 2019

California implements mandatory in-car breathalyzers for second-time DUI offenders On Jan. 1, Sacramento County became…

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Woodland firefighters, police investigate suspicious boxcar fire
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Woodland firefighters, police investigate suspicious boxcar fire

Fire crews able to suppress a train car fire before it ignited a nearby diesel…

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Police Logs
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Police Logs

New year, new calls December 26 “Reporting party sent money to Hong Kong to unknown…

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