Two Berkeley brothers, ages 11 and 12, started an organization encouraging other kids to participate in the March for Science on April 22.
Sightings and online reports of creepy clowns some real, many fake, are keeping police departments busy nationwide.
A lifeguard who leapt into the pool to deal with the animal said the incident surprised the kids, but that nobody was hurt.
The teacher’s involvement at a protest in Sacramento prompted threats of violence against students at King Middle School.
Local and federal authorities investigated threats Monday targeting youth at a North Berkeley middle school by a group that demanded the termination of a teacher who protested against a neo-Nazi rally in Sacramento over the weekend.
Two Berkeley middle schoolers escaped a possible attempted child abduction Monday after a man in a parked car beckoned them to come over and said he would drive them home.
For the first time, the Berkeley Public Schools Fund has reached $1 million in annual fundraising, according to the organization.
In this week's food news, KronnerBurger debuts on Piedmont, Berkeley's Tap Haus opens, Temescal's Kingfish Pub sets an opening date, and much more.
City workers began taking down a huge eucalyptus tree at King Pool in North Berkeley on Wednesday morning after it was found to be decaying at its core.
When Jolie Gobler, an eighth-grader at King Middle School in Berkeley, left school at the end of the day Wednesday last week she was surprised to see people right outside campus assertively passing out religious pamphlets to students, titled “Our Savior Jesus Christ.”
A giant eucalyptus tree that presides over the swimming pool at King Middle School needs to be felled due to safety concerns, according to City of Berkeley tree experts.
The new effort will pull together the resources of 10 UC campuses to address key food issues globally.
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