The city, the university and Berkeley High are prepared for rioting today. Berkeleyside reporters are out and about. Check our updates on Twitter — @berkeleyside.
California has revoked the license of Segue Construction which oversaw construction of the building where a balcony sheared off June 16, 2015, killing six.
A legal battle will determine if UC Berkeley must let controversial speakers like Ann Coulter on campus regardless of security concerns. Milo Yiannopolous and others vow to return.
August Vollmer is known as the "father of modern policing." A new exhibit and in-depth book will allow more people to learn his story.
The March 4 rally that featured pro- and anti-Trump protesters ended badly, with people getting hurt and 10 arrests. Many fear the demonstration planned for Saturday will be worse.
Romeo’s Coffee, in the remodeled former Shakespeare & Co. space, is serving pastries from Starter Bakery, as well as juices, bagels, and sandwiches.
Police expect large numbers at the rally and the Ecology Center is afraid that violent clashes in the park will spill over into the market.
M.B Curtis was an outsized character who, for a time, had an outsized influence on Berkeley.
The man who believed in saying hateful things to get to know people worked at the New York Times before becoming happily homeless for decades in Berkeley.
Berkeley Considers allows Berkeley residents to tell City Council what they think.
Work should begin mid-summer on the construction of 205 apartments on University Avenue right near UC Berkeley.
Berkeley is poised to buy the old Premier Cru complex on University and may use it for new City Council chambers and, eventually, affordable housing.