A rally on Saturday, touted by some critics as perhaps the largest racist event ever seen in Berkeley, has prompted authorities to send out a message of caution this week.
A Bay Area activist who says he did nothing wrong March 4 during dueling rallies for and against President Trump says police should not have released his photograph to the media.
Kyle Chapman, aka "Based Stickman," was arrested Monday after he reportedly got into a fight with a skateboarder who struck him, as well as a man with a large knife, BPD says.
The city of Berkeley is gearing up for a new wave of "riotous behavior" and has asked the public for help to identify three men authorities say committed crimes March 4.
This week, for the first time ever, Berkeley police were given carte blanche to speak openly about gang activity in town, and what can be done to help those who may be drawn to it.
A Richmond woman is facing felony charges after authorities say she embezzled more than $100,000 from the West Berkeley home renovation firm where she worked.
Described as a "homegrown leader" with a deep grasp of Berkeley values, "native son" Andrew Greenwood was appointed to the role of police chief Tuesday night.
A young man police say was targeted in "numerous recent" attempted shootings in Berkeley has been charged, along with two others, after a fight involving guns in March.
Berkeley vendors can no longer sell new fur apparel following a council vote Tuesday designed "to promote community awareness of animal welfare."
A 19-year-old Berkeley man is facing several gun charges after reportedly shooting himself in the leg at a cafe near the Cal campus earlier this month.
Over the last two years, the city of Berkeley has been moving from an emergency services approach to homelessness to one that's focused on getting people into long-term housing.
Tuesday night, the Berkeley City Council became the third, and largest, Bay Area city to call for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.