For the first time since 1968, UC Berkeley has banned dog owners from walking their dogs without a leash on the Cal campus
After 41 years and a stellar career, Capt. Cynthia F. Harris retires from Berkeley Police Department
To hear other Berkeley cops tell it, Harris was a strong leader, fair, and she treated those she worked with like family.
Four former Haas students have created a company in the education field that is thriving in downtown Berkeley.
“We were devastated when we found out. It was a big loss and we moved very quickly ... to address the procedures in place so that it wouldn’t happen again,” said Lawrence Hall Deputy Director Susan Gregory.
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.
Mental health services are being conducted from two mobile stations — at least one of which is a van — as well as other locations scattered around the city.
The teacher’s involvement at a protest in Sacramento prompted threats of violence against students at King Middle School.
After waging a six-year legal battle over the right to build a mansion and 10-car garage in the Berkeley hills, Lotus Development Corp. founder Mitch Kapor and his wife Freada Kapor-Klein have put their property on the market.
Automated license plate readers will help parking availability but some express concern about privacy issues
Berkeley has launched a program to use a controversial technology that automatically reads license plates on cars to optimize and enforce parking, part of a larger effort to encourage more Berkeley residents not to drive.