UC Davis graduate Yee Xiong found justice after a winding path through the courts in which she suffered new anguish many women experience after alleging sexual assault. But she won her civil suit against Lang Her in Yolo County Court Oct. 12, requiring him to pay $152,400 in damages for medical expenses she incurred, allowing her to move on with her life.
Teenage killer of Northern California couple dreamed of being serial killer, but new details emerged in the vicious 2013 killing as Daniel Marsh took the stand to determine if he should be retried as a juvenile because of Proposition 57
‘Tekunikku: The Art of Japanese Textile Making’ is the newest art exhibit on display at UC Davis’s Design Museum. The exhibit features a collection of textiles from the collection of alumna Catherine Cerny.
Police are investigating allegations that two Da Vinci Charter Academy students in Davis used a grandparent’s ashes to make cookies and then distributed them to fellow classmates. No one was harmed, police said.
Yolo prosecutors are paying close attention as Santa Clara County DA Jeffrey Rosen calls for new law to be tossed. Prosecutors are paying close attention as Daniel Marsh’s court hearing continues in the 2013 slayings of a Davis couple.
Flyers calling Jews “anti-American” surfaced in at least three UC Davis lecture halls Monday, as seen in multiple social media complaints and confirmed by university administration. The flyers prompted concerns among students.
Joe DeAnda, a lifelong resident and CalPERS communications manager, is now widely considered the leading challenger against 20-year incumbent mayor Christopher Cabaldon, a well-known figure in both local politics and national political circles.
Sometimes the most useful tools are unexpected and this might be said of Professor Sarah Stewart’s Shock Compression laboratory, where huge cannons are fired (indoors) to study the early history of our Solar System.
Joe DeAnda, the leading challenger in a competitive West Sacramento mayoral race, will soon be headed to small claims court over allegations that after the sale of his house, he left the property with garbage and animal feces in the backyard.
Joe DeAnda, the leading challenger in a competitive West Sacramento mayoral race, will soon be headed to small claims court over allegations that after the sale of his house, he left the property with garbage and animal feces in the backyard, unpaid utility bills and two minor home maintenance projects.
The day after Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill that would prevent 14- and 15-year-olds from being sentenced as adults, Daniel Marsh – convicted of murdering a Davis couple – appeared in court in Yolo County to see if his sentence would stand.