The fire appears to have begun in the rear of the building, where the kitchen is located.
Day Without Immigrants — hashtag #daywithoutimmigrants — aims to highlight, through a strike, the contributions of immigrants to the US.
On Feb. 14, Berkeley City Council is set to consider the idea of micro-units to house homeless and very low-income people. Here's a look at one possible prototype.
After more than five hours of public comment and council discussion, city officials found themselves deadlocked on a neighborhood appeal to halt Berkeley Honda's attempt to move into the old Any Mountain building on Shattuck Avenue.
New openings to report this week include businesses for local artists, small-breed dogs and eyeware.
Its four remaining retail stores, two of which are in Oakland, will remain open.
More than 200 neighbors have signed a petition against Berkeley Honda moving into their area.
Whole Foods closed Monday night after a security officer pepper-sprayed a would-be thief who brandished a knife, authorities report.
The 3000 block of Claremont Avenue is one of the quirkiest in Berkeley, with a strip of unusual stores.
Canadian Gildan purchased the bankrupt American Apparel, but will not retain the retail stores.
Safeway converts two former Andronico's into Safeway Community Markets, new event space opens.
An "everything must go" sale is underway at Andronico's as Safeway prepares to rebrand the grocery stores under its own name.
The idea of modular housing units built to house those without homes is set to be considered by the City Council Jan. 24.
There is a proposal to add a neon 'Skydeck' sign at the top of 2150 Shattuck Ave. Not everyone is happy about the idea.
Two longstanding businesses have closed, Red Bird and The Treehouse, while two others have just opened: the Coder School and Urban Remedy.