Suspect In Deadly Bay Area Rampage Sentenced For Nevada Deputy ShootingA 43-year-old suspect in three killings in the Bay Area last April has been sentenced to up to 40 years in prison for the attempted murder of a Nevada sheriff's deputy he shot before he was arrested near Lake Tahoe.
Artist Seeks to Delay Removal of Berkeley 'Big People' Sculptures Over I-80The attorney for the artist who created a pair of controversial sculptures on a bicycle and pedestrian bridge over Interstate 80 in Berkeley said on Thursday that he's in discussions with the city to delay its plans to remove them.
Dognapping At Berkeley Humane Society Was Inside JobIt looks like a dognapping case in the East Bay was an inside job, if surveillance cameras were to be believed.
Chai Thai Noodles Brings Thai Fare To BerkeleyA new Thai and Laotian spot, offering noodles and more, has opened for business in the neighborhood
Thousands Of East Bay Businesses, Homes In The Dark After PG&E Cuts PowerPeople who live and work in Lafayette were in the dark Saturday night after PG&E shut off their power during the latest round of public safety power shutoffs.
Weekend Performances At UC Berkeley Campus Canceled Due To Power ShutoffShows scheduled this weekend at UC Berkeley have been cancelled due to the planned electrical power shutoff that is expected to include the campus, Cal Performances said Friday.
Berkeley Police Warn Of Teen Starting Sexual Conversations With Boys In ParkPolice in Berkeley are asking people to be cautious when visiting Codornices Park after they received several reports of a teenage boy initiating sexual conversations with children.
Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg Speaks Before Reverent Crowd In BerkeleySupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg appeared at UC Berkeley for a speaking engagement Monday evening, drawing a full house to Zellerbach Hall.
'MyShake' Tutorial: How To Use New App For Earthquake Early WarningAfter earthquakes rocked the Bay Area this week, a new app offering early warning is arriving right on time.
Report: Small Climate Rise Could Endanger 2/3 Of North American BirdsA new report from the National Audubon Society says climate change could have a devastating impact on birds--not just struggling endangered species, but the ones you see everyday.
UC Berkeley Cancels Classes For A Third Day Due To PG&E ShutdownUC Berkeley officials announced early Thursday evening that classes would be cancelled for the third consecutive day on Friday in the wake of the PG&E power shutdown.
BART Service Resumes In Berkeley, Man Suspected Of Walking On Tracks In CustodyBART police have taken a man into custody after he was allegedly walking on the tracks in Berkeley, stopping trains between the North Berkeley and Downtown Berkeley stations.
Generators Will Keep Caldecott Tunnel Open During Power OutageWorking overnight, Caltrans crews were able to install four portable generators at the Caldecott Tunnel, allowing the vital commuter link to remain open during Pacific Gas & Electric's Public Safety Power Shutdown.
Berkeley Elementary School Deemed At Risk During Major EarthquakeParents of schoolchildren at a Berkeley elementary school are uneasy following a report indicating the school may be unsafe during a major earthquake.
New Study Shows Source Of Micro Plastics That End Up In San Francisco BayAccording to scientists, trillions of pieces of micro plastic end up in San Francisco Bay every year, and some of those pollutants could be coming from your car.