Troy Worden is seeking damages from Felarca's attempt to obtain a restraining order against him.
As the city attempts to reopen negotiations on sharing a meeting room, records obtained by Berkeleyside and conversations with both sides shed light on why past efforts failed.
UC Berkeley Police sent out safety tips Monday afternoon after a Sunday sighting in the hills.
A descendant of Joseph LeConte's slaves said she was "sick to her stomach" to see schools named after the conservationist.
Parents and district staffers say conservationist Joseph LeConte, who preached the "evolutionary" benefits of slavery, is not an appropriate namesake for a school.
Ruby Spies and Abby Steckel are asking the city and school district to support the peer health program.
Sutter Health plans to move inpatient services to Oakland's Summit campus by 2030.
By the time BART could have come to evict them Saturday morning, most of the campers had moved off the property on their own.
Enrollment has plummeted at Berkeley's continuation high school. Families and staff say the district should focus on boosting enrollment, not cutting resources at BTA.
Traffic will be affected all day, according to authorities, after an underground water main break in the Southside neighborhood.
The encampment's lawsuit against BART and the city of Berkeley will go forward, however.
Judicial Watch has requested all employee communications about Felarca and her radical group By Any Means Necessary.