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2014/07/24 01:58
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Scientists at UC Davis have signed a five-year agreement to collaborate with China on food safety. The agreement, signed Wednesday in China by U.S and Chinese officials, brings together UC Davis and...
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2014/07/23 04:58
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Furor over an unscheduled Saturday aerial pesticide spraying for West Nile virus in North Natomas has prompted the local mosquito control district to change its alert process when spraying...
2014/07/21 04:58
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Hundreds of people Saturday cooked using only the power of the sun – a practice little used in the United States, but considered a liberating tool for women in developing countries that also helps...
2014/07/20 05:58
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On most mornings, Katie Fyhrie, 25 and Emma Torbert, 35 meet at dawn at their Davis fruit farm. As they scramble up ladders to pluck fruit and later sort it into delivery bins, they embody a...
2014/07/14 22:28
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PHOENIX (AP) - Two more members of a drug ring accused of manufacturing and selling ecstasy pills to Arizona State University students have been sentenced. Maricopa County prosecutor say 20-year-old...
2014/07/11 22:55
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LAWRENCE — Charges have been filed against a Lawrence man who was shot by police investigating a disturbance this past June. The Douglas County Attorney’s office in a news release Friday said Zachary...
2014/07/09 14:34
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Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 8555’s retiring Post Commander Leo Schneider, incoming Post Commander Edwin Dziuk, incoming Senior Vice Commander Marvin Roemer, incoming Junior Vice Commander...
2014/07/06 03:54
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California’s evolving cap-and-trade market may soon have a new player: rice farmers. A proposal by the California Air Resources Board staff, up for board approval in September, would allow rice...
2014/07/05 02:58
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A late afternoon grass fire spread quickly and engulfed four buildings in Roseville’s Sabre City Mobile Home park. The fire completely destroyed the four buildings and severely damaged another, said...
2014/07/02 05:58
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An emphasis on food issues will become an intensifying focus among all 10 University of California campuses and its agricultural outreach and public service programs, UC President Janet Napolitano...
2014/06/30 07:58
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NASA chief Charles Bolden is scheduled to tour the Aerojet facility in Rancho Cordova today – a visit that reflects the company’s significant role in the agency’s quest to send man back into deep...
2014/06/27 06:38
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Two types of non-native water snakes have gained a foothold in the Sacramento region, and scientists fear their spread could imperil endangered native species. A thriving population of the common...
2014/06/27 02:48
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Police are investigating the death of a 59-year-old Harlem man who was found dead in his apartment Thursday morning as a possible homicide. Milton Ortiz was found bound and gagged at around 9 a.m. in...
2014/06/24 03:58
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GLENN COUNTY -- Olive farmer Dan Kennedy scores a pellet-size olive with his fingernail. The scoring offers a burst of clear liquid. It’s a telling mix of oil and water. For Kennedy, the oozing oil...
2014/06/23 07:58
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Pregnant women who live near areas where agricultural pesticides are applied experience a higher risk of delivering children with autism or other developmental delays, a UC Davis study has found. The...
2014/06/20 01:58
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A recently completed inventory of the tricolored blackbird has found a steep drop in the bird’s spiraling populations statewide, with scientists worrying that this year’s drought will lessen future...
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