Berkeley Ordinance To Eliminate Gender-Specific Language From City CodeA newly passed ordinance in Berkeley is moving the city toward eliminating gender-specific language from the municipal code.
Berkeley Passes First In The Nation Ban On Natural GasBy a unanimous city council vote, Berkeley has become the first city in the nation to ban the use of natural gas in new low-rise residential buildings.
Berkeley Animal Rights Activist Due In Court For Confronting Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos In VegasA plea deal may be in the works for an animal welfare activist from the Bay Area who was arrested after approaching Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos on a conference stage in Las Vegas.
Hundreds Rally In Berkeley To Condemn ICE RaidsSaturday afternoon hundreds of people rallied at Berkeley's Civic Center Park just beyond the steps of City Hall, where the mayor condemned the raids and reaffirmed Berkeley’s status as a sanctuary city.
Berkeley City Council Considers Natural Gas Ban In Residential BuildingsA commonplace kitchen appliance that chef's swear by might be phased out in some buildings in Berkeley.
Berkeley, Oakland Among Worst For First-Time Homebuyers In Survey Of 300 CitiesPlenty of other Bay Area cities rounded out the bottom of the list.
The 5 Best Breweries In BerkeleyHoodline crunched the numbers to find the top breweries in Berkeley, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of the best spots to fill the bill.
Berkeley Auto Burglary Suspect Caught On VideoBerkeley police were asking the public's help to identify an auto burglary suspect caught on video.
National Spotlight Shines On Berkeley School Where Kamala Harris Was BusedCalifornia Senator Kamala Harris may be getting a boost after Thursday night's debate where she confronted front-runner Joe Biden on race relations.
East Bay Animal Shelters Cope With Outbreak Of Canine InfluenzaThe Oakland Animal Shelter and the East Bay SPCA are dealing with over 100 dogs that have been sickened with canine influenza during a recent outbreak.
BART To Stop Offering Paper Tickets At 4 Stations In Clipper-Only PushBay Area Rapid Transit plans to stop offering paper tickets and only offer Clipper cards in some of their busiest stations this summer.