1 Dead After Suspect Opens Fire At Group On Berkeley SidewalkOne person was killed when a man opened fire on a group of people on a Berkeley street corner.
Berkeley Police Chief Michael Meehan ResignsBerkeley police Chief Michael Meehan announced his registration Wednesday and will be leaving his post next month, according to city officials.
All Lanes Reopen After Big-Rig Fire On Eastbound I-80A fire that destroyed the cab of a big rig on eastbound I-80 in Berkeley has closed three lanes of the busy freeway, creating a massive late-morning traffic jam Monday.
Berkeley's Cellphone Radiation Warning Law Disputed Before Appeals CourtJudges on a federal appeals court panel in San Francisco questioned two prominent lawyers about whether a Berkeley cellphone warning law is unfairly alarming.
Watch The Lumineers Continue Cleopatra's Story In 'Angela' VideoIt's part of a series set in reverse chronological order.
Animal Rights Activists Disrupt Dinner At Chez PanisseDiners at Chez Panisse were in the middle of enjoying a late meal on Friday night when some animal rights activists walked in to the restaurant and allegedly refused to leave.
Coyotes Blamed For String Of Cat Killings In BerkeleyCat owners in Berkeley are being warned to keep their pets inside because of coyotes.
Off Campus Drinking Citations Reach New Record In First Weeks Of Class At U.C. BerkeleyU.C. Berkeley off-campus drinking citations for the first two weeks of the new school year are at record levels.
Berkeley Offers $15,000 Reward For Clues In Fatal ShootingBerkeley city officials announced Tuesday they are offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the fatal shooting of a 22-year-old man earlier this month.
Berkeley Council Approves $15 Minimum Wage By 2018The Berkeley City Council voted unanimously Friday to raise the city’s minimum wage to $15 in two years.
Castle-Like Building Atop UC Berkeley Campus Reopens After RenovationA large castle-like building that sits above the Cal Stadium has re-opened following an 11 year effort.
Berkeley ‘Soda Tax’ Leading To Reduced Sugary Drink Consumption, Study FindsPeople in Berkeley cutting down on sugary drinks since the so-called “soda tax” went into effect, according to a new study.

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