A homeless man who grabbed a woman and pulled her across a downtown Berkeley street early Sunday morning is now in custody, being held on suspicion of kidnapping, robbery and more.
The Pathways navigation center opened two weeks ago and offers wrap-around services and support for 45 homeless people.
The people living in their RVs at the Marina are trying to survive. Many have full-time jobs. Their kids go to Berkeley schools. They need a place to regroup and live peacefully.
With a weeklong reprieve at Hs Lordships up, the RV community has relocated back to its initial spot at the Berkeley Marina.
Three officials, including the mayor, have called a rare special meeting Monday to try to stop the enforcement of laws that prohibit living in vehicles in the Hs Lordships lot.
The Ninth Street "winter shelter" will now stay open until the end of August.
Find out the best types of foods to donate and where to bring them, as well as places to volunteer to feed the hungry.
Residents at the new West Berkeley shelter will have 24/7 access, showers, laundry facilities, the ability to bring pets and store their belongings on site.
Kareah Mendoza had been living on the streets of Berkeley for a few years. He had lost touch with his family in recent years.
A man who walked up to a stranger with a large rock and struck him over the head in downtown Berkeley on Tuesday has been charged with hate crime allegations and two felonies.
Service providers from Easy Does It, which works with Berkeley residents in wheelchairs, recalled the harrowing morning.
A man arrested on suspicion of punching a police officer, and giving her a concussion, has been charged with misdemeanor battery on a peace officer, according to jail records.
Volunteers spent the weekend in West Berkeley sprucing up the city's new Pathways center to prep it for its scheduled opening June 23. See how plans have changed.