HOUSTON (AP) — Former President George H.W. Bush’s condition continued to improve Saturday, prompting doctors to move him out of intensive care, a spokesman said. “President Bush’s condition has improved, so he has been moved today from the intensive care unit to a regular patient room at The Methodist Hospital to continue his recovery,” family […]
Chancellor Emeritus Larry Vanderhoef was released from UC Davis Medical Center on Friday, 27 days after suffering a stroke. He said that he was grateful for the care that he received — and glad to be home. “I’m eager to pick up where I left off in the office and to be back in my […]
Elsewhere in today’s paper you’ll find a recap of all the major stories of 2012, of which there were many. In this space you will read a preview of all the major stories about to unfold in 2013 so you can prepare accordingly. Oddly, although most annual “predictions” come true in the allotted time period, […]
Longtime UC Davis music professor D. Kern Holoman flew to New York recently to appear as part of a speaker panel discussing “Les Troyens” (“The Trojans”), the epic opera by Hector Berlioz. The opera will be broadcast nationally on the radio Saturday. It can be heard locally starting at 9 a.m. on Capital Public Radio’s […]
A winter holiday DUI crackdown has resulted in more than a dozen arrests by members of Yolo County’s “Avoid the 8″ task force, officials announced Saturday. Between 12:01 a.m. Dec. 14 and midnight Friday, officers representing eight Yolo County county law enforcement agencies arrested 13 people on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol […]
Authorities believe suspects followed a man from a Sacramento bank to a Woodland gas station Friday morning, where the man was struck with a tire iron and left with a head injury. Officers responded to reports of an altercation between two men — one wielding a tire iron — at 10:40 a.m. outside an AM/PM […]
Next year’s New Year’s Day holiday necessitates some changes in office hours and production schedules at The Davis Enterprise. The Enterprise will not publish a paper on Tuesday, New Year’s Day, and its offices will be closed Monday and Tuesday. Business office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday (call 530-756-0800). Circulation […]
“Oh my God. I hope I’m not the scapegoat for this one. …It was really bad out there.” Former UC Davis police Lt. John Pike following the Nov. 18, 2011, pepper-spraying of seated, unarmed protesters on the UCD Quad, according to a report on the incident released in April “I can forgive people for what […]
“We set out to do a couple of things: one, expose the discrimination at Davis, and, two, get them to change — and we did that. Even though it’s been a long road, I’m pleased that we finally came to this resolution.” Lauren Mancuso one of three female wrestlers who reached a $1.35 million settlement […]
A surface water project that likely will triple the average Davis water bill over the next five years earned the top spot on The Enterprise’s list of important local stories of 2012, as voted by editors and reporters. The project will go to a vote of the people in March.
But the water story had its fair share of competition this year. Whether it was the fallout after the pepper-spraying of students on the UC Davis Quad, the passage of a record two Davis Joint Unified School District parcel taxes or justice, finally, in a 32-year-old murder case, Enterprise headlines ran the gamut this year.
But in the end, it was just too much water.
The Davis City Council in 2012 was forced to take a step back from …
A Master Gardener class on “Basic Care and Pruning Techniques for Backyard Fruit Trees” will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 5, at Grace Garden at the United Methodist Church, 1620 Anderson Road. The free class is designed to help backyard gardeners develop healthy fruit trees. It will be taught by Master Gardener Dan Rott.
By Stephanie M. Lee Eight years ago, Maya Scott-Chung gave birth to the girl she and her female partner had been waiting for. To make the conception possible, a friend had handed over his sperm in an artichoke jar — an act that was casual, straightforward and, under federal law, illegal. Now, the Scott-Chungs once […]
By Tanzina Vega College students can have visceral reactions to many things — dormitory life, cafeteria food, midterms. And in this age of instant criticism online, another item can be added to that list: protests against the efforts of universities to refresh their logos, slogans and mascots. The latest example of a university coming under […]
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — As a the muted ends of a powerful winter storm that has killed more than a dozen people plodded through the Northeast, many in Arkansas sought warmth and shelter against the cold prospect of life without electricity into the new year. A Christmas Day blizzard dumped more than 15 inches […]