The city of Berkeley is gearing up for a new wave of "riotous behavior" and has asked the public for help to identify three men authorities say committed crimes March 4.
Police expect large numbers at the rally and the Ecology Center is afraid that violent clashes in the park will spill over into the market.
A wooden trunk from the Tule Lake internment camp has wound up at the Berkeley Historical Society. It belongs to a family with deep roots in Berkeley.
The city will contribute $3.3 million to the $54 million it will cost to rebuild the popular family camp.
M.B Curtis was an outsized character who, for a time, had an outsized influence on Berkeley.
Thousands of people have lost power in Berkeley on Thursday night, according to preliminary information from PG&E.
The Pathways Project includes short-term measures — including two new living facilities — and a long-term plan for ending homelessness in Berkeley.
Described as a "homegrown leader" with a deep grasp of Berkeley values, "native son" Andrew Greenwood was appointed to the role of police chief Tuesday night.
The City Council on Tuesday removed the president and vice president of the Board of Library Trustees.
Dee Williams-Ridley currently commutes to Berkeley from Sacramento.
At a recent T1 Bond measure meeting, concerns centered on University's bumpy eastbound lanes.
Berkeley vendors can no longer sell new fur apparel following a council vote Tuesday designed "to promote community awareness of animal welfare."
Over the last two years, the city of Berkeley has been moving from an emergency services approach to homelessness to one that's focused on getting people into long-term housing.