The cause of the outage was a tree making contact with a power line in El Cerrito, said PG&E.
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We bring you a photographs of a few of those who turned up to the Feb. 1 protests in Berkeley with no thoughts of disruption or violence in mind.
Families are likely to flock to the Berkeley farm to check out the little piglets who arrived last week and come in a variety of colors.
Several hundred demonstrators gathered Friday lunchtime on the UC Berkeley campus to protest the newly inaugurated President of the United States.
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The idea of modular housing units built to house those without homes is set to be considered by the City Council Jan. 24.
If you know where the photo is, or want to take a guess, leave a comment under the post on the Berkeleyside website — that’s where we announce the winner too!
Race, and racism, played central roles in the election of our next President. In a special Uncharted Festival event, two experts provided insight into how, why and what now?
Berkeley Fire Department and California Highway Patrol responded to a fire Sunday morning at the Gilman Street homeless camp.
It's rare to find an original mid-century modern home in Berkeley for sale at any price, let alone $749,000, and this one has a lot potential, albeit also in need of a lot of work.
Young students from at least two Berkeley elementary schools took part in off-campus marches Friday morning to mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day.