The teacher who made headlines this week after going on Fox News to defend the role of violent protest in shutting down "racist, misogynistic and homophobic" messages is asking her supporters to push back.
Katherine Harr's resignation leaves a vacancy on the Rent Board. There may be a flurry of applicants as the board can be a stepping stone to the City Council.
City Council has voted to try to find a way to construct buildings made up of tiny stackable units to house those living on Berkeley's streets.
BPD has agreed to document force during demonstrations and protests in more detail, and pledged to continue to work on getting body cameras for officers as part of a settlement reached this week.
Councilman Worthington is pushing a Telegraph Avenue property owner to build the project he's been promising, including affordable units, or pay more than $640,000 to the city.
People on the right side of the political spectrum are furious at the Berkeley school teacher's contention that it was okay to shut down Milo Yiannopoulos' slated talk.
Kate Harrison is a nuts-and-bolts kind of woman and she knows how to focus on getting the best bang for the buck.
For the vast majority of people in Berkeley, especially families, the new Bicycle Plan would make it safer and easier to get around the city by bike.
Jason Bircea, a graduating English major at UC Berkeley, reflects on the Feb. 1 protests prompted by the slated appearance of right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos at Cal.
Ben Gould is the only candidate who supports housing production for middle and upper-income residents.
Milo Yiannopoulos is a high-level operative in Trump's fascist regime and is working on the Nazification of American universities.
A "Resist Trump" website founded by two UC Berkeley Law staffers has grown enormously in just a few weeks.
Damaged tide tubes mean water doesn't drain quickly from Aquatic Park, and that leads to flooding.
Ben Gould, who is running for City Council representing District 4, will make sure that Berkeley sets itself on a course to becoming a truly inclusive community.
Berkeley voters must demand greater fiscal accountability on how the city spends bond monies.