Berkeley protesters joined groups around the Bay Area and the U.S. demanding the reunification of families separated at the border.
"It's been over a year of this," one of the defendants told Berkeleyside on Monday afternoon. "It was intense. We're all just ready to move on with our lives."
On the 49th anniversary of the largest protest marches Berkeley has likely ever seen, Tom Dalzell recalls a day when Berkeley demonstrated "moral outrage" in abundance.
The burial capped off a Thursday morning demonstration intended to raise awareness of animal abuse.
Berkeley police officers have used force 105 times since 2015, but the department won't reveal details. Lawyers say Berkeley is less transparent and forthcoming than other cities.
A labor union march in Berkeley caused some traffic delays in town Wednesday afternoon, authorities report.
Soaked by the rain, hundreds of students at Berkeley High and elsewhere walked out of class and mourned for the young victims of mass shootings.
An Alameda County judge raised Chapman's bail from $135,000 to $400,000 after he was found in possession of a weapon.
Similar "Grad Tax Walkout" protests took place at other universities around the country Wednesday.
Police in Berkeley are hoping to track down several people they said punched or kicked attendees at a political rally in August, or struck them with improvised weapons.
They train to fight. They post their beatings online. And so far, they have little reason to fear the authorities.
Chancellor Christ authorized the expenditure of $1M to allow the "Free Speech" of right-wing haters; she neglected her obligation to allow others to be free of their hate.
The last rally for "Free Speech Week," was uneventful. The 11 rallies in Berkeley since February, however, have catapulted some protesters to national prominence.