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Justin Jackson seeks to help hometown of Houston

Though Justin Jackson is just getting settled into his new city, his hometown has been dealing with the devastation of Hurricane Harvey... Read More

5 Actions to take now for next summer’s jobs and internships

Fall classes haven’t even started at UC Davis, but employers are already looking to recruit UC Davis students for internships and career positions that will begin in June 2018.

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Winners of the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards

INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Winners of the MTV Video Music Awards, presented Sunday at the Forum in Inglewood, California... Read More

Diana's common touch changed the monarchy forever

LONDON (AP) — There was a time when scenes like this at London's Olympic Park would not have happened: Prince William, the heir to the British throne, sprinting down the track with his wife, the Duche... Read More

What a rush! Gold Rush Days return to Old Sacramento over Labor Day weekend

What a rush!  Gold Rush Days return to Old Sacramento over Labor Day weekend

Get ready to turn back time to the turbulent 1850s when Gold Rush Days (& Nights!) return to Old Sacramento over the extended Labor Day Weekend – Friday, September 1 through Monday, September 4, 2017. Sacramento’s unique, diverse and fascinating Gold Rush history takes center stage during this annual heritage event that begins with an Education Day on Friday (primarily for school groups) then kicks into high gear for the general public with a wide variety of fun and entertaining activities that take place throughout the historic district to help visitors experience what life was like during this important time in the city’s past. Plus, new this year – and coinciding with Gold Rush Days – Old Sacramento M7 Con (formerly known as the Western Film Festival) will be happening simultaneously at various venues throughout the district to the delight of film buffs and history enthusiasts alike.

4 decisions to make about a double major

When you announce your plan to attend college, you’ll often hear “What is your major?” or a question related to your future goals and aspirations. Choosing one college major can be easy or difficult, especially with so many great course topics and majors to choose from at UC Davis.

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Calif. State Senate Committee Holds Hearing on Fast-Tracked Elk Grove Casino Indian Gaming Compact

Lisa Jimenez, Chair of Historical Disenrolled Families of the Wilton Rancheria. | 
August 22, 2017 | 
In a California State Senate hearing held this morning, a large group of supporters converged to speaking in support of the Wilton Rancheria's proposed $400 million casino on the site of Elk Grove's so-called ghost mall.
The hearing was held conducted by Senate's Governmental Organization Committee and was held for information purposes. The session was part of Assembly Bill 1606 introduced by Assemblymember Jim Cooper (D -Elk Grove).
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TBT: Vince Carter high-flying and humble in high school

"Everybody loved Vince because he never got cocky," explained Mainland high school’s Athletic Director Dick Toth to The National Post new... Read More

Vince Carter history with week one opponents

Come October, Kings fans will get their first chance to see one of the best to ever play don the purple and black... Read More

Stem cell treatment for children with Spina Bifida helps dogsfirst

A pair of English bulldog puppies are the first patients to be successfully treated with a unique therapy — a combination of surgery and stem cells — developed at the University of California, Davis, to help preserve lower-limb function in children with spina bifida.

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