Biden Leading Trump By 39% In California, Poll FindsWith less than three months until Election Day, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has a nearly 40 point lead over President Donald Trump in California.
UC Berkeley To Begin Fall Semester With Distance Learning Due To COVID-19 SurgeOfficials at the University of California, Berkeley announced that the upcoming fall semester will begin without in-person classes, as COVID-19 cases continue to rise locally and across California.
UC Berkeley Looks At Removing Names Of Racist Figures From 2 HallsA University of California at Berkeley committee is seeking public comment on de-naming two halls because campus groups say one is named in part for a racist and the other for a person whose research denigrated Native Americans.
UC Berkeley COVID-19 Cases Jump; Series Of Fraternity, Sorority Parties BlamedThe University of California, Berkeley reported Wednesday a spike in students testing positive for the COVID-19 and is attributing the increase in cases to a series of fraternity and sorority parties.
Slain UC Berkeley Student Mourned at Hometown Candlelight VigilA Cal student from Elk Grove who was shot dead last month while walking near his apartment in Berkeley was mourned Friday night by his hometown friends and family at a candlelight vigil.
Reopening: UC Berkeley Researchers Launch Trial Of COVID-19 Saliva TestUC Berkeley researchers announced Tuesday they have begun trials of a saliva test for COVID-19 that would eliminate the need for taking painful nasal swabs.
$50,000 Reward Offered In Case Of Slain UC Berkeley Student Seth SmithBerkeley police have announced a $50,000 reward being offered by the city for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible for a fatal shooting on Monday night.
UC Berkeley Fall COVID-19 Plans: Mostly Remote Learning, Limited In-Person ClassesUniversity of California at Berkeley officials on Wednesday outlined the school's plans for re-opening for the fall semester.
UC Berkeley Study: COVID-19 Safety Measures Stopped 500M Infections, 60 Million In U.S.Emergency health and safety measures taken in six major countries have prevented more than 500 million infections during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
UC Study: U.S. COVID-19 Victims Endure Long Hospital Stays, Higher Rates Of ICU AdmissionsUniversity of California-Berkeley researchers have crunch the numbers surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak across the country and found that patients in the U.S. were enduring longer hospital stays and facing higher rates of intensive care unit admission than patients in China.
Regents To Vote On Delaying Funds For UC Berkeley Building Seismic RetrofitsThe University Of California regents will be facing some tough choices Tuesday when they meet to debate how the 10-campus system will deal with the fiscal shortfalls triggered by the coronavirus outbreak.
UC Berkeley Graduates Entering An Uncertain World Shaped By COVID-19; 'I'm Supposed To Be Doing Great'Tyler Lyson watched his parents’ financial collapse in the Great Recession, a decade ago. He vowed he’d find the security they never had: He would get a college degree.
Cal Football Considering Hosting Pre-Season Camp Outside Bay AreaCalifornia coach Justin Wilcox said his staff has looked at potentially conducting preseason training outside the Bay Area if the college football season starts on time and restrictions are in place that won’t allow the Golden Bears to hold camp on campus.
Coronavirus Update: CSU, UC Students Unlikely To Return To Campus In FallMost of the more than 770,000 students at California's two main university systems, which include several Bay Area campuses, aren't likely to return to campus this fall.
Coronavirus Update: Hundreds Of COVID-19 Antibody Tests With Questionable Accuracy Flood MarketWhile medical experts have been saying that people should't waste their money on the COVID-19 antibody tests currently on the market, KPIX 5 found that discouragement is not stopping many who still want to get tested.