Mental health professionals will work side-by-side with police officers in Yolo County starting in the fall, on the strength of nearly $1.9 million in state grants.
Davis-based Marrone Bio Innovations Inc., a provider of bio-based pest management and plant health products, says it has received U.S. Environmental Protection Agency approval of a product to combat invasive mussels in lakes, rivers, recreation areas and other open bodies of water.
West Yost Associates, a consulting civil/environmental engineering firm, has acquired a Sebastopol company that specializes in in supporting capital improvement, water resource and redevelopment projects in Northern California.
Local health officers have a common recipe for keeping their counties’ children healthy: Make sure children and their parents have ready access to doctors. Provide prenatal care for young mothers. Educate families on healthy habits. Keep kids active and in school.
Marshall McKay, tribal chairman of the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation, applauded Wednesday’s finding by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office that the name Redskins “is disparaging of Native Americans.”
A Yolo County jury has convicted two Sacramento men of poaching sturgeon.
A Davis man has been sentenced to more than 30 years in prison for the October 2012 murder of a developmentally disabled man for whom he served as caregiver.
A Woodland man convicted of a 1990 murder near Knights Landing has been denied parole.
Marrone Bio Innovations Inc., the Davis biotech company, said Tuesday it obtained a $10 million loan to expand its Michigan factory.
Yolo County has been awarded much of the restitution it sought after it housed birds confiscated in a cockfighting case.
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