Students at a middle school in the East Bay took learning to new heights, by launching a balloon with scientific instruments 100,000 feet up into the stratosphere.
Berkeley Firefighters Spray 100-Foot Geysers Of Water Over Street Despite Drought Water Restrictions
As Berkeley residents are asked to keep buckets in their showers to reclaim grey water, Berkeley firefighters seem to be sending another message with 100-foot high geysers of water in a farewell salute to outgoing police chief Capt. Erik Upson.
A board operator and co-host at the public radio station KPFA died in a hit-and-run crash in Oakland early Saturday morning.
A Berkeley hairstylist was reunited with his stolen dog on Thursday afternoon after a woman recognized the dog as being the same one given to her daughter.
Businesses and residents in Berkeley’s Elmwood shopping district are desperately looking for a dog that was stolen from his bed outside a popular hair salon.
Hundreds of fast food workers and their supporters marching through the streets of downtown Berkeley Wednesday evening shut down the intersection of Shattuck and University as they were calling for a $15 minimum wage, police and protesters said.
They hop. They crawl. They squirm. And they could be coming to a dinner plate near you.
A UC Berkeley student was arrested for allegedly using a cell phone to video a woman in a residence hall restroom.
Demonstrators are taking up Bay Area streets Tuesday as part of Nationwide Shutdown Day to protest recent cases of alleged police brutality caught on video.
Ivan Rabb, an East Bay high school senior who is one of the nation’s top college basketball recruits, announced Monday that he will continue his career in the Bay Area.