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It could take a few hundred years or even 2,000 but the eventual, permanent flooding of low-lying areas in Sacramento is guaranteed if greenhouse gases are not deeply reduced, according to new research.
Call them boomerang kids, parasite singles, or emerging adults. Whatever they are, they're on the rise, and they're moving back home.
More children are showing food allergies, including peanuts, but medical investigators don't have a clear explanation for the increase.
Eight out of 12 dead bats found recently under the Covell Boulevard overpass in Davis have tested positive for rabies.
The Sacramento region complies with the federal air quality standard for fine particle pollution, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency determined this month.
Teens 14-17 are slimming down their social networks and seeking out more private environments than Facebook to share, whether via Snapchat or locked Twitter and Instagram feeds.
A Fourth of July tragedy marked the seventh confirmed drowning of a young male aged 17-25 in the Sacramento and American rivers since May, and the second drowning within that week.
Several years after state politicians focused on reducing farmworker deaths, Central Valley laborers remain vulnerable to heat-related illness, according to a study by the UC Davis Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety.
Every night weather permitting residents and visitors to the east-facing strip of 10th Street between J and K streets witness a spectacular show: hundreds of Mexican free-tailed bats leaving their urban summer home to hunt for inse...
As an undergraduate, UC Davis professor Daniel Sperling believed the solution to the nation's energy problem was mass transit. He was sorely disappointed to realize a harsh statistical reality.