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California’s Wildflower Population Might Not Fully Recover From Drought Conditions

Researchers at UC Davis say the diversity of California’s wildflowers may be permanently changed because of years of dry weather.

06/23/2015

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Grateful For His Opportunities, Man Who Helped Launch Corona In US Donates $1M To UC Davis Beer Science Program

Mexican immigrant Carlos Alvarez says in a university news release that opportunities in America have enabled him to donate to the education of future craft brewers.

06/16/2015

2 ounces of hash oil. (jlcoving/Wikipedia)

East Bay Assemblywoman Proposes Cap On Buying Butane As Illegal Hash-Lab Explosions Become More Common

Health officials in California are concerned about a large increase in the number of hash-oil explosions stemming from illegal labs.

06/09/2015

Jose Marquez with Arthur & Orum Well Drilling checks muddy water as it is discharged from a well drilling rig on April 29, 2014 near Mendota, California. As the California drought continues, Central California farmers are hiring well drillers to seek water underground for their crops after the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation stopped providing Central Valley farmers with any water from the federally run system of reservoirs and canals fed by mountain runoff. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

California Drought To Cost Billions; Farmers Still 2.5M Acre-Feet Short Despite Drilling For Water

A new forecast says the economic impact of California’s drought will grow by $500 million in 2015, to $2.7 billion.

06/03/2015

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UC Davis Veterinarians Perform Life-Saving Heart Surgery On Cat With Rare Heart Defect

It took five top-notch doctors and a risky surgery, but a heart patient in Mill Valley is on the road to recovery. But this patient apparently has nine lives.

05/15/2015

Bottles of Coca Cola and Pepsi soft drinks sit in a cooler at a 76 gas station on March 25, 2013 in San Francisco. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

UC Study Finds Drinking Sugary Beverages For Two Weeks Can Boost Heart Disease Risk Factors

In as little as two weeks, young men and women who drank beverages with high fructose corn syrup showed increased risk factors for cardiovascular disease, according to a study from researchers at the University of California at Davis.

04/23/2015

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Study Finds California Community College Students Performing Better In Classrooms Than Online Courses

A newly-released study of more than 200,000 California community college students raises questions about the effectiveness of taking college courses online.

04/20/2015

A striped skunk carcass on Asti Store Road off U.S. Highway 101 near Geyserville. (Lori Dudzik/UC Davis)

Study Of Roadkill Hot Spots Shows Bay Area Roadways Are ‘Ring Of Death’ For Wildlife

Busy freeways running alongside park land and marshes make San Francisco Bay Area roads a “ring of death” for wildlife, according to a new statewide roadkill report that tracks the deadliest traffic spots for wildlife.

04/15/2015

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Investigators Say UC Davis Student, Roommate Died In Murder-Suicide

The Yolo County Coroner’s Office says a UC Davis veterinary student and her roommate died in a murder-suicide.

04/01/2015

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Climate Change May Impact Oceans For Thousands Of Years, UC Davis Study Finds

The effects of climate change on the world’s seas could be felt thousands of years from now, not just in the immediate future, according to research from the University of California, Davis.

03/30/2015

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