A year ago Milo Yiannopoulos's speech was shut down by black-clad protesters. We present an oral history of that night, a reflection of the political divide that envelops the U.S.
Focusing on the immediate allowed the author to shed her feelings of isolation and to connect with the wider world. It turned out to be a good tool for writing as well.
Those suing say that police hid inside the MLK Student Union instead of protecting people from the violence perpetrated by black-clad demonstrators.
Robust growth, especially in the restaurant sector, has reduced the city-wide ground-floor vacancy rate to 4.6%.
The bleeding man was found at University and Jefferson Avenues.
A judge ordered Felarca to pay $11,100 because she dropped her application for a restraining order against Troy Worden. The judge said Felarca used bad faith in filing the claim.
The emergency shelter, which is open until April, offers free Wi-Fi, plenty of places to charge phones, indoor toilets, hot breakfasts and storage.
Fire and harbor officials are on the scene to prevent fuel from leaking into the bay.
Mayor Jesse Arreguín and State Senator Nancy Skinner were among the dignitaries who ushered in a new era at Berkeley Patients Group.
The suspect allegedly beat up an employee of a gas station on San Pablo Avenue on Dec. 21
No one is quite sure what to expect on Jan. 1. Will there be a rush of customers coming to dispensaries to buy cannabis? Or not?
Should views on Israel determine who should sit on Berkeley commissions? One council member may think so
Cheryl Davila has talked to some of her appointees about where they stand on calling for divestment from companies doing business in Israel.