A full-scale campus exercise is planned to practice and evaluate the campus’s response to a magnitude 6.8 earthquake on the Hayward Fault.
A quake whose epicenter was Kensington, just north of Berkeley shook the city Wednesday at noon.
What lies beneath the Spenger's parking lot has been hotly debated in recent months as discussions proceed about what might one day be developed there.
A magnitude-3.5 earthquake startled Berkeley and other East Bay residents early Tuesday morning.
Employees with offices under the bleachers have been ordered to vacate by Thursday after chunks of concrete the size of sneakers came loose at the facility.
We all know what to expect from a Michael Moore film: snark. Though politically pointed and frequently hilarious, Moore’s bad attitude has been offending viewers ever since his groundbreaking boob tube series ‘TV Nation’ aired for a single season in 1994 (who can ever forget the Serbo-Croatian peace process pizza party?).
An earthquake in neighboring Oakland jolted Berkeley awake just before 6:50 a.m. Monday.
Numerous Berkeley residents woke up just after 2:40 a.m. Tuesday due to a 4.0-magnitude earthquake reported north of Fremont.
Hosing down your driveway, watering your yard more than twice a week, or washing your car with a hose without a shutoff nozzle are forbidden in Berkeley, as the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) faces its worst water supply in nearly 40 years.
For more than a month, residents around Berkeley have wondered online about a recurring nighttime boom that has woken babies, freaked out pets and set off car alarms.
Berkeley born Chris Lamb fans his way to Cal League record (MILB)
Eight-story Stonefire development slated for approval this week (SocketSite)
West Berkeley pharma company may add 80,000 sq ft product testing facility (Daily Cal)
UC Berkeley closes access to popular University Falls (Sac Bee)
Op-ed: Berkeley women: it’s time to lead the next revolution (Daily Cal)
Townie bar/restaurant: A change of pace in central Berkeley (Oakland Local)
Obit: John G. Sperling: Cal alumnus, founder University of Phoenix (Daily Cal)
USGS say UC Berkeley early-warning quake system worked (ABC)
Berkeley air-network project recognized by White House (Daily Cal)
West Berkeley church holds hands up in prayer and protest (Times Herald)
Berkeley poet Robert Hass wins the $100K Wallace Stevens Award prize (NYT)
A magnitude 6 earthquake shook many people awake in Berkeley at 03:20:44 a.m. on Sunday Aug. 24.