Cal is on track for a two-thirds reduction in its $150 million deficit by July. How was that progress made, and what challenges remain?
A screening of 'Alexander Nevsky' with a Russian film expert was paired with a four-course dinner at Babette as part of BAMPFA's ongoing Film-to-Table series.
Everybody knows about the People's Park created in 1969, when thousands of students, activists, and neighbors worked to establish the place. Few know about an earlier park.
The Public Employment Relations Board ruled in partial favor of a retired teacher who said she was penalized for emailing a letter that was critical of the district to other staff.
The filmmakers Abby Ginzberg and Frank Dawson said the 1968 strike was a result of students demanding more say in their lives. They see parallels with today's increasing activism.
Two letters from Berkeley school leaders describe steps being taken to prepare for an active shooter.
The highly anticipated Black Panther movie opens today. The co-founder of Berkeley HEROES, a staff club about comics and graphic novels, talks about what it means to him.
A threat, made to a St. Mary's student by a teenager at another school, is being investigated by Albany police.
REALM Middle School has until April to provide a remedy plan for its fiscal issues, or BUSD could vote to revoke its charter.
Being able to remain calm in a crisis helped the third-year political science major get through nearly three weeks of detention by ICE.