Spurned 19-Year-Old Arrested After Stalking, Firing Gun Outside Victim's HomeA 19-year-old man was arrested in Berkeley after allegedly firing a gun outside the home of a person who had recently ended a relationship with him.
Berkeley Steam Trains To Start Running Again At Tilden Regional Park
Berkeley Home Sells for $1 Million Over Asking After Getting 29 OffersBidding wars over homes in the East Bay are not unusual during the pandemic, but selling a house for $1 million over asking was a first for Grubb Co. listing agent Jill Carrigan.
Preteens Organize Berkeley Rally Against Anti-Asian HateHundreds marched in Berkeley Sunday to protest hate crimes directed toward Asian Americans. It was an event organized by a 7th grade girl and her middle school friends.
Berkeley City Council Unanimously Approves Elimination of Single Family ZoningThe Berkeley City Council voted unanimously Thursday night to start removing single-family zoning from the city and update the city’s general plan.
Attacks On Asians Prompt Berkeley To Increase Police Presence, Bicycle Patrols For SafetyBerkeley police are increasing bicycle patrols and their presence in the most visible areas of the city to provide more safety following a rising number of attacks on Asian Americans.
UPDATE: Berkeley Home Where VP Harris Grew Up May Not Get Historic Landmark DesignationAn application will not be filed to make U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris' childhood home in Berkeley a historic landmark, the man working on the application said Wednesday.
Occupiers At Berkeley's People's Park Deny Responsibility For Recent Attacks, VandalismStudent occupiers are in a battle with University of California at Berkeley over historic People’s Park after a spate recent attacks and vandalism on homes.
UC Berkeley Peregrine Falcons Lay First Egg of 2021 Breeding SeasonA pair of peregrine falcons living on the UC Berkeley campus are marking their fifth breeding season at the school's Campanile, according to school officials.
Group Fight On Berkeley Street Leads To Stabbing; Suspect ArrestedA confrontation between two groups of people on a Berkeley street led to a fight and a stabbing, police said Wednesday.
COVID Reopening: Berkeley Set To Open Elementary Schools For In-Person Learning 5 Days / Week Starting March 29The Berkeley Unified School District expects to reopen elementary schools to in-person learning later this month, offering a five-day a week schedule.
Victim Attacked By Metal Pipe, Wooden Stick At People's Park In Berkeley; 2 Suspects SoughtTwo suspects are being sought by UC Berkeley Police following an aggravated assault at People's Park on Monday morning.
Berkeley Announces $50,000 Reward In Cold Case Murder Of Tobias EagleOfficials announced they were increasing the reward to $50,000 Monday for information leading to the arrest of a suspect in the 2011 cold case murder of Tobias “Toby” Eagle.
Berkeley Officials To Consider Making VP Harris' Childhood Home A LandmarkBerkeley leaders will consider a resolution next week that would be a step toward making U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris' childhood home a historic landmark.
Vaccination Site Near Golden Gate Fields Open Friday After Closure Due to ProtestThe massive COVID-19 vaccination site in Berkeley near the Golden Gate Fields horse race track opened again Friday following a shut down the day before after animal rights activists forced the racetrack to close temporarily.