Berkeley Police Arrest Convicted Sex Offender For Allegedly Accosting Teens, Claiming To Be Police OfficerPolice in Berkeley have arrested a convicted sex offender who is accused of accosting teenage girls in multiple incidents while claiming to be a police officer.
Berkeley Bookstore Raffles Autographed Special Edition of McCartney's 'The Lyrics'A Bay Area bookstore has received a very rare item that they intend to raffle off to help homeless children.
Police Investigating Crash in BerkeleyPolice in Berkeley are asking motorists to avoid the intersection of Ashby Avenue and Sacramento Street due to a collision on Sunday morning.
Berkeley Police Arrest Suspect in September Shooting at South Aquatic ParkPolice in Berkeley  have arrested a 46-year-old man suspected of shooting another person at South Aquatic Park in the early morning hours of Sept. 9.
Berkeley's Bread Project Helps Meet Need For Restaurant Workers By Offering People A Second ChanceThe pandemic has wreaked havoc on the economy as businesses desperately seek the workers they need to keep operating. A program in Berkeley is helping meet that need, with people in need of a second chance.
Jefferson Awards: East Bay Philanthropist Quick to Help Those in NeedA Berkeley man has built a reputation for himself as a maverick grant maker and perhaps the fastest philanthropist around.
Berkeley Police Investigate After Man's Body Found On Ashby AvenueBerkeley police are investigating how a man ended up dead on Ashby Avenue on Wednesday evening.
Thousands Of University Of California Lecturers Plan To Go On 2-Day Strike Starting WednesdayThe union representing University of California lecturers is planning a two-day systemwide strike starting Wednesday.
COVID: Testing Of Asymptomatic Cal Football Players Questioned By UCSF Doctor - 'Did Not Need To Get To This Point'As the Cal football program postponed this weekend's game against USC following after 44 players tested positive for COVID-19, an infectious expert at UCSF questions testing those who were asymptomatic.
COVID: Cal Football Game Against USC Postponed To December 4 After Outbreak Of 44 CasesThe Cal football program has postponed this weekend's game between the Golden Bears and USC Trojans at Memorial Stadium due to a "major outbreak" of COVID-19 cases.
Famous Falcon At UC Berkeley Recovering At Lindsay Wildlife Hospital After InjuriesGrinnell hasn't had the best week. The falcon, who along with mate Annie famously nests in UC Berkeley's Campanile tower, was found sitting on a garbage can at the Berkeley Tennis Club on Oct. 28.