Berkeley Moves Toward Unarmed, Civilian Traffic EnforcementBerkeley could become the first city in the country where unarmed transportation workers will conduct traffic stops. The city leaders will vote next week whether or not to take traffic enforcement responsibilities out of the hands of police officers.
Berkeley Mayor Arreguín Proposes Budget That Slashes $10 Million From Police DepartmentBerkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín announced a budget proposal Monday that would take nearly $10 million dollars, or 12 percent, out of the Berkeley Police Department budget.
Berkeley Mayor Pushes Policy To Put Renters FirstBerkeley mayor Jesse Arreguin proposed a new housing policy Thursday aimed at giving renters first dibs when a property goes up for sale
After Shooting, Berkeley Leaders Vote to Install Surveillance Cameras at San Pablo ParkAn August shooting at a popular Berkeley park spurred city leaders to put up cameras in hopes of deterring future acts of violence.
Moms With Strollers Protest Proposed Closure Of Berkeley HospitalPushing baby strollers, demonstrators gathered Sunday outside of Berkeley's Alta Bates Summit Medical Center to protest the proposed future closure of the facility which needs a costly seismic upgrade.
Berkeley Mayor: We Should Classify Antifa 'As A Gang'Mayor of Berkeley Jesse Arreguin says it is time to confront the violent extremism on the left by treating black-clad Antifa protesters as a gang.