Activists who protested two arrests made after a city council meeting say an elderly man was hit by a police baton in the aftermath.
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.
A quake whose epicenter was Kensington, just north of Berkeley shook the city Wednesday at noon.
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.
Berkeley Police and Fire will continue participating in Urban Shield for a year while a sub-committee considers alternatives. The decision prompted outrage from a packed room.
A Berkeley firefighter almost died last fall after he was left more than two floors up in a smoke-filled building as flames closed in and his oxygen ran down, a new video reveals.
A dramatic accident on Tuesday morning sent a car into the large window of 85 Degrees. Only minor injuries were reported.
There is no excuse for this City Council not to do what the council should have done a year and a half ago: take us out of Urban Shield and NCRIC.
Urban Shield’s racist, 'warrior cop' nature stands in clear contradiction with Berkeley’s values; pulling the city out should be a no-brainer based on that alone.
A local mother who took her two children to play at Ohlone Park last week said a man tried to give her son liquid from a bottle without permission. The suspect was arrested.
For the first time ever, the city has created a team of outreach workers focused on getting chronically homeless, mentally ill individuals off the streets and into housing.