Part of the highway was shut down Monday afternoon.
Berkeley Fire Department fought the two-alarm fire in a third-story apartment at 1420 Addison St. near Sacramento.
The early-morning fire caused an estimated $100,000 worth of property damage. Another $75,000 of oil and sugar were burned. The owner said she is uninsured.
Tonight across Berkeley the community will be out mingling, chatting with neighborhood police officers, and sharing potlucks for the 34th National Night Out.
A fire on the roof deck of The Metropolitan on Durant Avenue Sunday morning caused evacuations and traffic diversions.
A fire broke out in a garage in an alleyway between Rose and Spruce streets, prompting police to ask residents to leave their homes.
A fire in the 2800 block of Claremont Boulevard in the Claremont neighborhood closed several roads Wednesday. Crews are on the scene.
A U.S. Coast Guard crew from Sector San Francisco came to Berkeley to help save a sinking boat that was mostly underwater when it was discovered Monday morning.
A gas leak in the area of Gilman Street and Eighth Street in Northwest Berkeley prompted authorities to evacuate residents from several blocks late on Thursday afternoon.
Passers-by might hear the sound of simulated gunfire and see emergency vehicles in the area between 1-4 p.m.
Jesse Arreguín not only failed to lead the resistance, but actually reversed votes the council had made in December 2015 to pull out of Urban Shield.
With the vote to remain in Urban Shield, and the deployment of the already highly weaponized police force, representative government on Tuesday failed the city of Berkeley.
Berkeley's mayor, City Council, and every member of its police force should be ashamed of their decision to continue with the poisonous disaster that is Urban Shield.