Davis City Councilman Dan Wolk celebrates his victory at an Election Night party June 5. Steve Boschken, Wolk’s campaign treasurer, soaks in the moment. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise file photo
Protesters hold up signs voicing their anger in the wake of the pepper-spraying of unarmed 
Occupy UC Davis demonstrators and the arrest of 11 students and one professor — the so-called “banker’s dozen” — for blockading the US Bank branch at the Memorial Union. The scene was an April 11 town hall meeting at Freeborn Hall to discuss the Reynoso report on the spraying. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise file photo
This mural on the side of KetMoRee restaurant at Third and G streets is just one of 15 that now decorate downtown Davis, thanks to the efforts of John Natsoulas. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise file photo
Davis Water Advisory Committee members Matt Williams, right, and Mark Siegler confer during one of the committee's many meetings this year to closely examine the city's water future. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise file photo
Supporters of Measure E, the school parcel tax on the Nov. 6 ballot, gather for a campaign rally in Davis’ Central Park. Voters 
approved the measure, the second school tax of 2012, by slightly more than the 
margin. Courtesy photo
U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens, 52, was slain along with three other embassy employees on Sept. 11. Courtesy photo
Kyle Frank, 37, of Placerville, was arrested in March for breaking into an East Davis home occupied by a 12-year-old boy, who hid in the bathroom and called 911. Courtesy photo
Kate and Dick Riggins listen soberly as the jury recommends the death penalty for Richard Hirschfield for the 1980 kidnap-murders of their son John and his girlfriend, Sabrina Gonsalves. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise file photo
Richard Hirschfield — accompanied by his attorney, Linda Parisi — is impassive as the jury recommends that he be sentenced to the death for the 1980 kidnap-murders of John Riggins and Sabrina Gonsalves. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise file photo
Andrea Rosenstein, Sabrina Gonsalves' sister, reacts as the jury announces a guilty verdict against Richard Hirschfield for the 1980 slayings of Gonsalves and her boyfriend, John Riggins. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise file photo
Chris Stevens as a ninth-grader at Emerson Junior High School. Courtesy photo
A noose fashioned from black rubber tubing hangs from the goal post on the Davis High School football field in June. Courtesy photo
Former California Supreme Court Justice Cruz Reynoso answers questions April 11 about his task force's report examining the decisions leading up to the Nov. 18, 2011, pepper-spraying of unarmed Occupy UC Davis protesters. Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise file photo
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A joint Woodland-Davis project to siphon water from the Sacramento River, treat it and pipe it to both cities grabbed the lion’s share of the headlines in The Davis Enterprise in 2012. Davis voters will decide the project’s fate in March. Courtesy photo
PG&E crews replace 2,000 feet of natural gas distribution pipe in Stonegate, following a spate of leaks. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise file photo
Crumpled wreckage is all that remains of a small bus and a pickup truck after they collided head-on July 11 on County Road 102 between Davis and Woodland. Three people were killed and seven others injured. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise file photo
Members of the Davis City Council and Yolo County Board of Supervisors gather for the ceremonial ribbon-cutting Nov. 7 at Mori Seiki’s expansive new production plant. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise file photo
Mori Seiki's new plant on Second Street in Davis covers 200,000 square feet. It was opened to the public at a gala ribbon-cutting on Nov. 7. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise file photo
On Sept. 26, Mark Merin, a Sacramento civil rights attorney, announces a tentative $1 million settlement for students and others who were pepper-sprayed by UC Davis police on Nov. 18, 2011. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise file photo
UC Davis English professor Joshua Clover, one of 12 people facing misdemeanor charges for blockading the US Bank branch in the Memorial Union, speaks at a campus rally April 5 to protest the charges. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise file photo

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