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The woman charged with felony child endangerment and giving a controlled substance to a minor on a playground told police she gave the boy a Tootsie Roll, court papers reveal.
Japanese udon chain, Marugame has its eyes on downtown Berkeley, while Oakland’s Timeless Coffee is set for the Elmwood.
A little boy who was hospitalized after a woman reportedly put methamphetamine in his mouth at a Berkeley park has been released home, authorities report. Charges have been filed.
A drug dealer on probation is back in custody after police stopped him as he drove through Berkeley over the weekend and recovered a loaded gun, authorities report.
The North Berkeley landmark has been on the receiving end of soap and colored dye multiple times in the past year, and it is no easy feat to clean up the messes.
An Oakland woman said UC and Berkeley officials allowed conservatives to be attacked on campus driven by their own progressive political agendas.
A new documentary shows when you’re the 2,651st largest bank in America you may find yourself held to a different standard than the top 100. Also: three films to see at BAMPFA.
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