A Davis teen has died of injuries suffered in a fall from the back of a car. Christopher Argumedo, 18, was injured July 11. A police spokesman said charges against the car’s driver are unlikely.

Woodland police announced the arrest of a suspect in a series of robberies that have occurred in the city since July 7.

On most mornings, Katie Fyhrie, 25 and Emma Torbert, 35 meet at dawn at their Davis fruit farm.

One person died Monday afternoon in a single-vehicle crash west of Woodland.

An overnight scare-your-pants-off event is set for Friday night, but some West Sacramento residents are not screaming with excitement.

In a letter to be sent this week, Yolo County officials accuse the city of Benicia of failing to adequately review the potential for oil spills and fires resulting from a plan by the Valero Refining Co. to run two daily trains carrying crude oil through the Sacramento region to its Bay Area refinery.

A Rhode Island company has completed its acquisition of Tony’s Fine Foods, a homegrown food distribution company based in West Sacramento.

It’s the kind of spine-chilling camping trip that would make Jason Voorhees proud.

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.

City has paired with Palladio 16 Cinemas operator in a plan to turn the dilapidated 1937 theater, vacant since 2010, into a gleaming multiplex

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.

Firefighters will work under arduous conditions Monday to stop the advance of a wildland fire that so far has burned nearly 6,500 acres in rural Yolo County.

The Davis woman convicted of drowning her daughter in a bathtub last fall was sentenced Monday in Yolo Superior Court and could spend the rest of her life in prison for the girl’s killing.

Evacuated Golden Bear Estate residents gathered at the Winters Community Center as the Monticello fire, which started late Friday night on the southeast shore of Lake Berryessa, grew to 7,000 acres.

As a major wildfire in western Yolo County continued to grow today, fire crews established control lines to protect homes.

The fire was 15 percent contained Saturday afternoon, officials said, down from 25 percent containment earlier in the day. Several hundred firefighters are taming the flames, and 50 rural homes in Yolo County have been evacuated.

It’s play time at Learning Ladders Preschool and Child Care Center at West Sacramento Community Center, but these 3-, 4- and 5-year-olds are learning, too, gaining the skills they will need to move on to kindergarten and beyond.

Davis took a step closer to becoming a mini-Silicon Valley this week, accepting preliminary proposals from three developers to build an “innovation center” for tech and research companies.

Like an urban tumbleweed caught by a coastal breeze, ordinances banning thin plastic shopping bags have reached the Sacramento region.

The crane involved in the deadly basket plunge that killed two workers on a Winters bridge construction site last month lacked certification and should not have been in use, state safety officials said.

Calling his behavior “a crime and a sin,” local Catholic Church officials will ask the Vatican to defrock a disgraced Davis priest after he pleaded guilty to statutory rape of a teenage parishioner.

A graduate student at the University of California, Davis, drowned Sunday afternoon in Provincetown, Mass., on Cape Cod.

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.

Steven Currall will step down as dean of the University of California, Davis, Graduate School of Management this fall to lead a group exploring a proposed “third UCD campus” in Sacramento.

Clayton Garzon, facing assault and hate crime allegations connected to a beating of a gay Davis man, pleaded no contest Tuesday to battery with serious bodily injury with a hate crime enhancement.

GUINDA – From across Northern California, they came for links, ribs, jazz, gospel and a rare taste of Yolo County's secret African American past.

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