“We don’t lose people like that in our family,” Henderson’s cousin told Berkeleyside. “It was just like somebody had stabbed me in my heart.”
Police said his actions are not tied to “any act of targeted violence.”
What does a socially distanced Halloween look like? Check out this week’s list for some haunted options, along with a feminist science film series and a rallying voting initiative.
The gunfire hit so close, police said, drywall from the ceiling fell onto the woman and girl in bed.
This month, 18 new East Bay restaurants opened and eight permanently closed.
When it comes to solving our climate and housing crises, we believe that Terry Taplin is the most inspiring, grounded, and action-oriented candidate running for Berkeley City
The Oakland Police Department is investigating a homicide on Grizzly Peak Boulevard.
Police are investigating Thursday after a man walked into a Berkeley hospital with a gunshot wound, authorities report.
Voters in Berkeley can walk, roll or drive by to drop off their ballots at a no-contact “drop stop” Thursday and Friday.
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To watch: Two horror movies starring an oozing viscous liquid, one better than the other, and a gut-wrenching Peruvian drama, beautifully shot in black and white.
With BUSD’s phased reopening plan, middle and high schools are not likely to reopen before elementary campuses.
Citing an “alarming rise in shootings” this year, officials pledged Tuesday night to work to create a new Ceasefire program designed to “address gun violence” in Berkeley.
The Nexflix movie has provoked reactions both positive and negative in Berkeley where many people involved in the anti-war movement, and the trial at the heart of the film, live.
Plus, a new gluten-free craft beer taproom; Halloween and Election Day events for food lovers; more.
As of Wednesday, 49% of Berkeley’s ballots had already been received. One district has fallen way behind the rest.
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Berkeleyans have donated over $5.4 million to the two presidential campaigns, 98.5% of which is to one candidate, and over half of which has come from two of the city’s zip codes.