A bomb threat sent to campus printers in May was determined not to be credible. It is one of several offensive messages to pop out of printers and fax machines at Cal recently.
Students will be relocated for the year of renovations. The community can hear about the modernization plans at a meeting tonight.
Here's what's on the agenda at tonight's Berkeley School Board meeting.
The district appears to have taken the first step in killing the bilingual program at Thousand Oaks, with no prior outreach to the community.
On a field trip to City Hall, students in a Malcolm X Elementary School class brought their ideas on homelessness to their elected officials.
Janet Napolitano is under fire for findings in the recent performance audit of her President's Office. Maybe UC should take a leaf out of Berkeley's auditing practices?
George Pimentel was at Cal for 40 years and was "full of the fire of Mars," says his widow, Jeanne. His pioneering work has been recognized by the American Chemical Society.
The dismissal ties up the latest case in a string of sexual misconduct controversies involving Cal faculty in recent years.
As classes end and UC Berkeley students prepare to leave their digs, the city of Berkeley posted the following request and resource list about how to keep neighborhoods tidy.
The Berkeley School Board heard the final proposal for the creation of a 'universal' ninth grade at BHS. The final vote is scheduled for June.
As BUSD finalizes its 2017-18 budget, the district is already looking at potential cuts for 2018-19 to prevent deficit spending.
It's been an unlikely story for Sayah Bogor, a Cal graduate student in public health who will make the short walk across the stage Monday to receive her master’s degree.
Robert Paylor faces a long and expensive rehabilitation path and a fundraising campaign has been launched to help him.