Berkeley Lab’s annual goat herding through the hills above Centennial Drive delayed traffic briefly Friday afternoon, but drivers were treated to an impressive show as hundreds of goats raced across traffic lanes to continue chomping their way through the tinder-dry Berkeley Hills.
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PG&E is still trying to explain just how a squirrel managed to cause a widespread power outage after tens of thousands of people in the South Bay and East Bay were plunged into darkness Monday night because the system couldn’t handle the heat in the south, and a squirrel in the East Bay.
The cell phone industry is suing the city of Berkeley over an ordinance requiring retailers to attach warning labels to cell phones.
Bay Area skateboarders are pretty fortunate to have a large selection of skate parks conveniently servicing neighborhoods around the region.
Berkeley High School has asked all students to bring back their yearbooks after offensive language was placed into the yearbook. The students affected believe the comment was motivated by race.
Researchers at UC Berkeley and Northwestern University say they’ve found the “giggle gene” responsible for the regulation of serotonin that makes some us more prone to spontaneous smiles and bursts of laughs.
Two Berkeley police officers were injured while struggling with a wanted suspect who refused to leave the downtown Wells Fargo bank Wednesday morning, according to police.
University of California police said there have been eleven smash and grab burglaries this month on or near the campus.
At one point, the suspect called 911 and told officers he didn’t want to go back to jail.