Public documents strongly suggest that Jay Kelekian, the former executive director, is the person who is alleged to have retaliated against the former employee.
Cal said it will offer $54,000 or more to the occupants of 1921 Walnut St. to leave so it can build a 760-bed student housing project there.
He pleaded guilty in federal court to taking information on driverless cars from Google but will no longer face 18 months in federal prison.
Cal plans to construct housing for 1,200 students on one of Berkeley’s most historic sites.
Someone put a white skeleton mask and some graffiti on the statue of William Byron Rumford on Sacramento Street.
Trees must be cut up and put in green plant debris carts or taken whole to the city’s transfer station.
Doctors, nurses and technicians who work in the emergency department at Alta Bates were vaccinated Saturday.
The new director joins from the King County Library System in Washington, the busiest library system in the U.S.
A red flag alert in December is highly unusual but reflects the fact that there has been very little rain this fall.
The building is unsafe and the top five floors, made of wood, must be removed by Dec. 31.
The new editor-in-chief will lead our pioneering nonprofit newsroom to new heights in its second decade.
Marsha Tolliver had to leave the room she was renting and was forced to choose between buying a uniform for work or paying for a hotel.
The statues stood on the pedestrian bridge over I-80 for 12 years. It will take 3 days to remove them.
After burning for three days, the fire at 2067 University Ave. is now extinguished and only a small number of Berkeley firefighters remain on scene.
Firefighters and police responded to a six-alarm fire in downtown Berkeley on Saturday evening at a building under construction.
The ‘”love-em” or “hate-em” art pieces will be gone by Tuesday.