By Nanette Asimov Tamara Martin, a nursing student at College of San Mateo, desperately wants a bachelor’s degree in her field, so she applied to Cal State East Bay because it had 60 open spots and surely would have room. But 199 people had the same idea. As demand for bachelor’s degrees grows in health […]
By Stephanie M. Lee Cats may not have nine lives, as the myth goes, but they do have 38 chromosomes. And a team led by a former UC Davis professor is trying to understand those genes by sequencing a lot of cats — 99 cats, to be precise. Leslie Lyons is fond of cats — […]
The United States and Latin America have had a long, complicated, alternately happy-and-unhappy relationship — and that assessment applies to the arts, as well as politics. While close together on the globe, Latin America and the United States sometimes seem far apart in other ways. UC Davis music professor Carol Hess takes a deep look […]
Cancer patients and survivors are invited to participate in free expressive movement therapy classes taught by Nandi Szabo, a registered dance movement therapist and expressive arts therapist. The classes will meet from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Thursdays, Feb. 6 through May 1, at the Davis Holistic Health Center, 1403 Fifth St., Suite B. The program […]
An Esparto man facing 90 child-molestation charges made a plea agreement Monday that’s expected to result in a 30-year state prison sentence, according to the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office. Cristan James Rooms, 32, pleaded no contest to 12 counts of child sexual assault, in exchange for which prosecutors agreed to dismiss the remaining charges, […]
LONDON (AP) — Markets in Europe and the U.S. stabilized Tuesday after the turmoil of the previous day reverberated into the Asian trading session. Lingering concerns over the U.S. economy and emerging markets kept the mood jittery, however. Traders held their nerve despite the earlier 4.2 percent dive on Tokyo’s Nikkei 225, which sent the […]
The post office in downtown Davis was temporarily closed this week following a fire inside the 237 D St. building — one of four small fires under investigation by Davis police. According to the Davis Fire Department, firefighters were extinguishing a trash can fire at 221 D St. shortly before 5:30 a.m. Sunday when the […]
In a drought, the only thing stopping the eye from seeing endless beige in parts of Yolo County are 10-foot-wide strips of mini-forests on the edges of the area’s fields.
These darker lines in the distance are the hedgerows. Indigenous bushes, shrubs and small trees like toyon, coffeeberry, coyote brush, valley oak, cottonwood, willow, mule fat, buckwheat and elderberry can be found here, and they’re used by Audubon California to study bird species diversity and populations.
WINNERS AND LOSERS … if you turned to the sports section on Super Bowl Sunday, you may have noted that six talented Enterprise journalists, including the Above-Pictured Columnist, were featured prominently on the back page offering their predictions for the big game … three picked the Broncos and three picked the Seahawks, but as I […]
By Ryan McCarthy DIXON — A suspect in an assault earlier in the evening, said to be armed with a shotgun and driving a stolen vehicle, was shot by a California Highway Patrol officer Monday night after the suspect charged at officers who stopped his Ford Ranger, the highway patrol reported. The suspect, whose name […]
Blending story, poetry, song and puppets, storyteller Jennifer Aguirre will present a charming visual storytime for young children (age 3-5) and their parents on Saturday at the Davis Waldorf School. The free event runs from 11 a.m. to noon at the school, 3100 Sycamore Lane in North Davis. A seasonal craft for parents and children […]
Planning has begun for Woodland’s annual Stroll Through History. This year’s event will take place Saturday, Sept. 6. Anyone who loves learning about historic architecture, strolling old neighborhoods and admiring antique cars is welcome to join in helping to plan the Stroll. Visit www.strollthroughhistory.com for more information about how to get involved.
The status quo stinks for Davis. Public power is superior. That was the conclusion of a 200-page report written by economist Charles Cicchetti, who was hired by the city of Davis to outline what the city might expect going forward with its own publicly owned electric utility. The Davis City Council is using that analysis […]
Young dancers are “Looking for My Friends” at Sunday’s annual Chinese New Year presented by students of the NewStar Chinese School in Davis. Their instructor is Weihong Ji. A total of 24 groups representing the entire student body took to the stage at the Brunelle Performance Hall at Davis High School for the new year […]