Berkeley Police: Man Claiming To Be Officer Accosted Teen Girl, Demanded HugPolice in Berkeley are searching for a man who allegedly claimed to be an officer while accosting a teenage girl in the city's north side late last month.
COVID: Berkeley Mayor Lauds Community On Achieving 93% Full Vaccination RateCity officials in Berkeley announced this week that more than nine out of 10 eligible residents have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, making it among the highest rates in the country.
Housing Development Approved At Storied People's Park in Berkeley Following Vote By UC RegentsThe controversial plan to build UC student housing in Berkeley's People's Park is moving forward.
UPDATE: Hazmat Situation Resolved In Berkeley, Gilman St. ReopensBerkeley police said a response to a possible hazardous materials incident on Gilman Street Tuesday morning is now terminated.
Berkeley Police Searching For Suspect Who Attacked Cal StudentBerkeley Police announced Friday they were searching for a suspect in a reportedly random aggravated assault that occurred two days before.
Mother, Son Arrested Following Berkeley Shooting, SWAT StandoffA woman and her adult son were arrested early Tuesday morning on gun and drug charges after a shooting led to an overnight standoff in a Berkeley neighborhood.
Berkeley Couple Seeks Answers After Safe Containing $500K In Valuables Stolen From Their HomeAn elderly Berkeley couple are seeking answers after they said a thief was able to steal a 300 pound safe from their home, containing an estimated $500,000 in jewelry and other valuables.
$20M In Fire Prevention Grants Issued To Bay Area Agencies; Largest Share For East Bay HillsCal Fire has announced the recipients of its fire prevention grants for 2021, with the largest award in the Bay Area going to the Moraga-Orinda Fire District, which recently completed a major Cal Fire-funded project in north Orinda.
Berkeley Police Offer $50,000 Reward for Information on 2010 Fatal Shooting Cold CasePolice in Berkeley are offering a $50,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the 2010 shooting death of Adolfo Ignacio Celedon Bravo.
SRA Scholar Uses Camera to Help Photo Subjects Heal from TraumaMost of us have heard the old adage that a picture tells the story of a thousand words. Paulo Orozco would agree, because he uses his camera as a tool to tell the stories of others in need.
COVID: Berkeley To Require Proof Of Vaccination At Indoor Restaurants, Gyms, Large EventsThe city of Berkeley issued a new health order Wednesday requiring patrons of certain businesses and large indoor events to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination starting later this month.