Berkeley City Council
The Berkeley City Council voted for a moratorium on the use of tear gas, rubber bullets and over-the-shoulder baton strikes by police against non-violent protesters. In addition police will wear body cameras.
Some Berkeley parents are tired of marijuana ‘contact’ fumes wafting into their yards from a nearby pot club. They want the city to do something about the “40 Acres Collective” operating out of a building on San Pablo Avenue.
A California environmental group claims that a Bay Area power plant is the second most polluting in the state according to a new study.
The City of Berkeley was on the brink of banning the small, unmanned aircraft commonly known as drones from hovering overhead.
A political feud between Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates and a rival city councilmember has turned into a grown-up game of musical chairs.
It’s a proposal that Mayor Tom Bates is convinced will draw businesses to the community, not to mention create opportunities for more people to live and work near public transit.
The Berkeley Police Association is calling for a formal investigation into Police Chief Michael Meehan for ordering a sergeant to make a late night visit to a reporter’s house to change a news story.
The Berkeley city council has narrowly rejected a measure that would have welcomed freed Guantanamo Bay detainees to resettle.
The City of Berkeley was set to vote Tuesday night on a proposal to invite some former Guantanamo Bay detainees to resettle there.
BERKELEY, Calif. (KCBS)- Willard Pool on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley has been shut down due to budget issues. The closure comes as the city council renews city worker memberships at the YMCA.