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Davis breweries offer a variety of tasty taps

Davis is home to some a variety of popular beers in the Sacramento Valley. What started with just one for nearly three decades ago multiplied to become four at separate ends of the 10-square mile t… → Read More

Woodland pastor will fly to Idaho to donate marrow for leukemia patient

A Woodland pastor will by flying to Boise, Idaho in just a few days to donate his bone marrow to a 60-year-old man with acute lymphoblastic leukemia — a cancer of the lymphoid line of blood cells. … → Read More

Witnesses unveil troubling past, behaviors of missing teens

The first group of witnesses for the trial of David Ashley Froste implicated in the 2016 disappearance of Enrique Rios and Elijah Moore has unveiled more information as a court case continues. Rios… → Read More

Woodland veteran in search of stolen mountain bike

A Woodland Vietnam veteran is on the lookout for his son’s yellow, 21-inch Trek mountain bike that went missing on Sept. 22 from near the Corner Drug Store in downtown. The bike originally be… → Read More

Arraignment for Woodland massage murder postponed

Ongoing investigations have forced the arraignment of Rohail Sarwar in connection with the murder of a Woodland massage parlor employee to be delayed until Nov. 8. During Friday’s hearing, Sa… → Read More

Missing teens trial begins in Yolo Superior Court

Opening statements marked the beginning of a potentially month-long trial for 27-year-old David Froste of Knights Landing and his connection to the murders of Enrique Rios and Elijah Moore. After s… → Read More

Jury selection underway in case of missing Yolo teens

Over 90 Yolo County residents were being considered for jury duty on Monday in the case of two missing teenagers. Yolo County Superior Court Judge David Rosenberg began identifying a jury for the o… → Read More

‘Walkers’ out in force to get views on Woodland businesses – Daily Democrat

Woodland’s popular “Business Walk” returned for its eighth year with the 2018 public survey continuing its focus on “workforce development.” The Business Walk was held Wednesday morning and involve… → Read More

Woodland school board candidates agree to put students, teachers first

Woodland School Board candidates for Trustee Areas 1 and 7 all come from varying degrees of educational backgrounds and career paths, but agree that both teachers and students should always come fi… → Read More

PHOTO GALLERY: Lee Middle School’s 5K Zombie Run/Walk/Drag – Daily Democrat

Lee Middle School Boosters held their annual 5K Zombie Run/Walk/Drag Saturday morning to raise funds for the campus and its student store. Close to 40 students and adults donned makeup to look like zombies and other creatures during the race. Prizes were even handed out at the end for best makeup and top finisher for both students and adults. → Read More

Investigation underway into potential Maxwell Elementary staffer misconduct

A voicemail and an online letter have been sent to parents of Maxwell Elementary School alerting them to a possible investigation of “inappropriate conduct” made by a Woodland School Di… → Read More

Woodland Police close in on body cam launch

Transparency and evidence are the reasons why Lt. Heath Parsons and the Woodland Police Department pushed to acquire body cameras with city funds. Starting either Sept. 28 or Oct. 1, officers from … → Read More

School board discusses future drone flying policy

The Woodland School District could soon implement a policy to prohibit the use of drones around district school sites without permission. This rule would be put in place to avoid disruption and mai… → Read More

Pool plans stay afloat: Woodland school trustees agree to aquatics construction

The vision of an aquatics center adjacent to Pioneer High School in becoming clearer.An excited “woohoo” shout came from Trustee Debbie Decker Thursday evening after the Woodland Scho… → Read More

City of Woodland purchases Willow Spring site from school district

The Willow Spring School site now belongs to the city of Woodland. Woodland School District trustees officially sold the 4.7-acre lot to the city after a unanimous vote on Thursday. Plans of purcha… → Read More

New Yolo County cannabis site receives backlash

A cannabis grower has agreed that the narrow roads and proximity of residential property to a proposed site on County Road 88 near Winters was inappropriate, coming up with an alternate location ab… → Read More

Woodland City Council candidates offer climate countermeasures

Candidates running for the District 1 seat of the Woodland City Council are aware of the city’s climate action plan, which calls for renewable energy use and a lower carbon footprint on businesses and housing. Richard Lansburgh, Joe Rome → Read More

District 3 candidates weigh in on homeless issue

Homelessness has been a longtime issue in Woodland, and District 3 candidates running for the City Council are aware of this.During Wednesday evening’s League of Women Voters forum, incumbent Angel Barajas, along with challengers Tania G → Read More

Woodland City Council candidates answer questions at forum

Residents were introduced to the Woodland City Council candidates running for District 1 and 3 this Nov. 6 election at a League of Women Voters forum.Over 40 crammed into one of the banquet rooms at the city’s Community & Senior Cent → Read More

Active shooter drills prepare UC Davis Police and Fire Departments

It took one loud “bang” inside the Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for first responders to arrive on scene.Unlike the horrifying shootings that have seen a rise in the United States, the scene in Davis was an active shooter trai → Read More