'Woman No. 17' is set in the luxurious Hollywood Hills, a far cry from the setting of Lepucki's dystopian novel, 'California.'
This brown-shingle duplex had to be moved to make way for the construction of the 205-unit Acheson Commons complex.
Some of the defendants in the lawsuits connected to the collapse have agreed to pay restitution to those killed or injured.
There was talk it would be "Cinco de Milo" in Berkeley today. But the hate-inciting provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos is in Miami instead, with plans to return to Berkeley in the fall.
Marissa Moss has written a moving and compelling graphic book about love, illness, death and loss.
Around 400 police officers were on hand April 27 to ensure violence did not break out at the rally to protest the cancellation of Ann Coulter's speech.
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.