The progressive radio station has not paid property taxes since December 2013 and owes $486,751. The Pacifica Foundation, which owns the station, is not revealing whether it has a rescue plan.
Taylor believes cannabis can provide pain relief and help seniors sleep so they can live better lives.
A dispatcher who took a call from a tipster who had seen David Boutelle allegedly told her the missing man had been found when he hadn’t.
Before lighting up inside can happen, however, Berkeley needs to change its current laws on smoking indoors. Storefront retailers will have to apply for a permit as well.
A number of neighbors oppose the move, expressing concerns about allowing customers to consume on-site and its proximity to a library.
A hospital social worker who had been trying to find David Boutelle’s family saw the Berkeleyside story about him, which led to them being reunited.
The company wanted space to consolidate the two artificial intelligence companies it purchased in 2019 — and to be close to UC Berkeley.
David Boutelle walked away from his Durant Avenue apartment, leaving his wallet, phone and car keys behind. He and his brother had planned to go grocery shopping.
It’s not easy to determine if homelessness is a contributing factor to someone’s death, but living on the streets leads to a shorter lifespan for Americans.
Police identified Rashad Albert as the shooter after interviewing witnesses and reviewing surveillance footage, according to court papers.
Three new laws will shape how Berkeley residents eat, build and influence lawmaking.
Library officials want people to fill out a survey so they can figure out which kitchen items to offer.
Escape the cumulative exhaustion of national and global politics and indulge in some good reads. What books did you enjoy this year?
Incumbency and fundraising ability still mattered as the two sitting council members won reelection. However public financing allowed candidates to spend more time talking to constituents.
The man has not yet been identified, but no foul play is suspected.
The new Oakland journalism platform will be headed by Tasneem Raja, a trailblazer in nonprofit and community-led journalism. The effort has secured initial funding of $3.1 million.