COVID: Group Calls Berkeley Teachers' Union Leader A Hypocrite For Taking Child To Private PreschoolAn East Bay teacher and union leader is under fire Monday, accused of being a hypocrite in the fight to reopen schools only after teachers have been vaccinated.
Berkeley Police Arrest 59YO Suspect In Robbery, AttackPolice in Berkeley arrested a 59-year-old man Tuesday connected to an armed robbery, an attempted kidnapping and other crimes.
Man Arrested For Attacking 2 People, Robbery Outside Berkeley Gas StationA man has been arrested on multiple charges, including assault with a deadly weapon and kidnapping, following an attack at a gas station in Berkeley on Tuesday.
Police Arrest Berkeley Man Who Allegedly Posted "Disturbing" Threats Against AsiansA Berkeley man was arrested Monday in connection with criminal threats made on social media that were investigated as a hate crime.
Berkeley Passes Resolution to Eliminate Historically Racist Single-Family ZoningA new plan to revamp Berkeley neighborhoods enacted by the city council this week updates zoning laws to end past policies of housing discrimination.
Berkeley Votes To Curb Police Traffic Stops For Small Offenses, Other Significant ReformsLawmakers in Berkeley have passed sweeping police reforms, from limiting traffic stops to stricter vetting to keep biased officers off the streets.
Tough Times Bring Cal Women's Basketball Team TogetherThe women's basketball at University of California, Berkeley has seen a lot of losses this unusual season but Archer Olson and her teammates decided to find the small victories from within each game.
Berkeley Police Arrest Two Teens for Attempted CarjackingBerkeley police arrested two teenage suspects late Tuesday after an attempted carjacking.
UPDATE: UC Berkeley Officials Extend Student 'Self-Sequester' Period Through Feb. 15Officials at the University of California at Berkeley this week announced that current "self-sequester" period for students living in resident halls has been extended through at least February 15.
Fences, Protesters Return To Berkeley's People's Park As Campus Mulls Student Housing AgainFences and protesters on Monday again returned to People's Park, a famous site of resistance on the UC Berkeley campus, as the campus again mulls possible student housing on the site.
Tech CEO Michel Thouati Organizes HelpBerkeley To Feed Seniors During PandemicAn East Bay neighborhood has banded together to feed those most vulnerable to COVID-19. This week's Jefferson Award winner is leading the effort.
Small 2.7 Quake Rattles BerkeleyA small quake rattled the East Bay, Tuesday night.
Prosecutors Drop Charges Against Berkeley Activist Who Exposed Iowa Hog DeathsProsecutors in Iowa dropped trespassing charges this week against an activist who helped secretly record Iowa's largest pork producer using heat to kill thousands of hogs last year as the pandemic devastated the industry.
Berkeley Safeway Loses License to Sell Alcohol After Selling to MinorsCalifornia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control suspended a Safeway’s license in Berkeley last week after reportedly selling alcohol to minors.
Berkeley Police Seize Nearly 5 Pounds Of Marijuana, Guns In Traffic Stop; 3 ArrestedThree people were arrested in Berkeley on drugs and weapons charges after officers said they found loaded handguns and a large amount of drugs during a traffic stop last week.