When Rush could not pay back $600K he borrowed from a cannabis businessman, he promised not to unionize the man's dispensaries in exchange for slashing the loan by $250K.
Grant Faulker is helping 400,000 people write a novel this month. He also has a new book that helps writers tap into their creativity.
The union representing the workers at Pacific Steel Casting, which is closing after 83 years in business, says the company is late on pension and health payments.
The national organizer for the group By Any Means Necessary is asking a federal court to issue a temporary restraining order.
Doyle writes about people who disappear, fathers who desert their children, divorce, and homelessness in stories set in San Francisco and Berkeley.
In 1917, Winehaven produced 12 million gallons of wine a year. It shut down after Prohibition and the U.S. Navy took over during WW2. Now wine is back at Winehaven after 98 years.
The company has been operating in West Berkeley since 1934 and once employed more than 400 people.
The furniture store has made hundreds of thousands of pieces of furniture in the last 23 years. It will close Nov. 15.
With local air quality deemed "unhealthy," people are finding it tough to find masks, particularly those that work.
Firefighters put out a grass fire that broke out on Golf Course Road and Ajax Place in Tilden.
The main character is 16-year-old Elizabeth, who has lost 40 pounds and four jean sizes in just a few months.
The last rally for "Free Speech Week," was uneventful. The 11 rallies in Berkeley since February, however, have catapulted some protesters to national prominence.