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Remembering Noah: Depression overwhelms UC Davis student

Photos of Noah are displayed on a table during his memorial service last week at the UC Davis Student Farm. Noah, a 22-year-old UCD student, took his own life in August. Lauren Keene/Enterprise photo On a crisp, sunny afternoon last week, more than 40 people gathered at the UC Davis Student Farm to

DAVIS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-23 00:36:51

Davis singer-songwriter Lorena Andrea releases her first EP

Fifteen year old singer-songwriter Lorena Andrea released her first EP, "Hey, Wait a Minute," on Friday, Nov. 17, in her hometown of Davis. The teenage audience crowded to the front of the stage to listen to her perform in the Vanderhoef Studio Theatre at the Mondavi Center on the UC Davis campus. T

DAVIS ENTERPRISE

UC Davis concert features Paul Taylor dancer

The fall quarter edition of "Outside the Lines 1" will feature guest artist Rachel Berman, a former dancer of the Paul Taylor Dance Company, and the U.S. premiere of a work by Tara Brandel, artistic director of Ireland's Cro Glan Integrated Dance Company. Running Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 7 t

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Dead man found in Davis hotel room after reports of 'gaseous smell' sent to police

A man's body was found inside a Davis hotel room Tuesday afternoon after local police were called to investigate reports of hazardous materials, said Lt. Paul Doroshov, a department spokesman. Davis police and fire personnel arrived to the Best Western University Lodge at 2nd and B streets at aroun

SACRAMENTO BEE

Block of downtown Davis evacuated for hazmat investigation

Davis police and fire crews have closed roads around a downtown hotel while they investigate a hazardous material incident, Davis police said. B street between 1st and 2nd streets is completely blocked off and the majority of the block has been evacuated. Davis police said there is no reason to fear

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Davis Police Find Man's Body Inside Hotel Room Following Hazmat Investigation

DAVIS - Davis police have found the body of a man inside a hotel room following a reported gas leak in the area. Police in Davis say the majority of a block was evacuated as officials investigated a hazardous material leak at the Best Western University Lodge. For now Davis Police have evacuated the

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Downtown Davis Hazardous Material Leak Prompts Evacuations

DAVIS, CA - An investigation into a hazardous material leak in downtown Davis has prompted evacuations and the closure of a street. The scene of the hazmat incident is University Lodge, which is located at Second and B streets. Davis police and fire personnel are on scene and B Street is completely

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One Killed, Two Injured in Early Morning Crash Along Business 80

SACRAMENTO - The CHP is investigating a deadly crash that happened in the early morning hours of Thanksgiving along Business 80. The crash happened about 2:30 a.m. between the American River and E Street, heading toward Sacramento, the CHP said. Investigators say a woman crashed her car in the fast

FOX40 - 2017-11-23 22:07:32

Domestic dispute ends with drug arrests; Young child in vicinity of drugs

What began as a domestic violence complaint ended with the discovery of drugs within close proximity where a young child could easily have gotten access. The investigation began when Laurel Sheriff's officials were called to a domestic violence dispute at Pepperhill Drive just before 8 p.m. Monday.

SENTINEL-ECHO.COM - 2017-11-24 15:02:00

'Gunfire' sparks panic in London, but police find nothing

LONDON (AP) - Shoppers scattered in panic and police flooded one of London's busiest areas Friday after multiple reports of shots being fired at Oxford Circus subway station. But an hour later police said they had found no sign of any gunshots, suspects or casualties. The panic erupted on one of the

BOWLING GREEN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 19:01:40

Nontraditional Success: York wanted a better life so she got her GED

Delia "Dee" York wanted a better life for herself, and with a GED, she got it. A manager at a convenience store for 26 years, York enjoyed her job, and things were good in her life. But when the store underwent new ownership, things started to change. She started to become mistreated and hazed in a

SENTINEL-ECHO.COM - 2017-11-24 14:59:00

Corbin officials to begin issuing citations for violations of garbage ordinance

Since Corbin Public Works began its efforts in April to decrease the number of residents who fail to comply with the city's ordinance detailing how garbage is to be set out at the curb for pickup, officials said the number has been cut in half. The remaining residents are being given one final "cour

THENEWSJOURNAL.NET - 2017-11-24 15:16:56

Residents say trailer fire on Dowis Chapel Road sparked by space heater

Residents say a space heater is to blame for a fire that damaged a double-wide mobile home on Dowis Chapel Road Friday morning. Woodbine and Oak Grove firefighters were called to the scene at 437 Dowis Chapel Road about 9:30 a.m. Dispatchers advised firefighters that no one was in the residence loca

THENEWSJOURNAL.NET - 2017-11-24 16:17:09

New Whitley 911 dispatcher graduates training with distinction

Whitley County E-911 dispatcher Larry Todd Centers Jr. was one of 22 law enforcement dispatchers, who graduated Friday from the Public Safety Dispatch Academy at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training (DOCJT). Centers was one of nine people in the classes named of trainee of distinctio

THENEWSJOURNAL.NET - 2017-11-24 14:38:42

Group seeking to preserve Corbin's Carnegie Library building hopes for holiday fundraising surge

Corbin's Carnegie Library building in its heyday. The push to protect and preserve Corbin's old Carnegie Library has led to a fundraising effort that organizers are hoping picks up steam over the holidays and early next year. Diane Mitchell, Secretary of the Carnegie Center of Corbin, Inc. board of

THENEWSJOURNAL.NET - 2017-11-24 16:49:33

Sheriff's Office locates several stolen items from Scott, Harrison counties

Police officials received a major break in a theft case that now spans three counties. On Sunday afternoon, the Laurel County Sheriff's Office worked with the Scott County (Ky.) Sheriff's Office to investigate a lead on the suspected location of several stolen items taken from Scott County and Harri

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In the face of cancer and a career coming to a close, Louisa football coach Mark Fischer reflects on the lives he's touched

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FREE LANCE-STAR - 2017-11-24 02:00:00

Louisa supervisors proposed end to contractor tax

A contractor pays for a permit at the Louisa County Community Development Department counter. A proposed ordinance change would hike CDD fees in exchange for ending the contractor's license tax. County officials are proposing fee hikes for people seeking permits to build or remodel houses and commer

CENTRAL VIRGINIAN - 2017-11-23 13:00:00

Thanksgiving, football and family all come together for Louisa

MINERAL, Va. (CBS19 Sports) -- It's a time to spend with family and for Louisa County that includes their football family. "We family, just another day we're together, spending time together, making memories," Louisa Senior Running Back Job Whalen said. "This is rarefied air very few people get the

NEWSPLEX.COM - 2017-11-23 08:28:00

Simplicity helps Santa Fund endure

Sometimes simple is better, and that may be why Central Virginia's homegrown Santa Fund has been a success for more than 120 years. Created in 1894 by The Daily Progress' founding publisher James H. Lindsey and now cosponsored by WINA radio, the children's charity begins its annual fund drive today

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