In the final episode of our five-part Edge Of Extinction video series we talk to experts about the impressive but endangered steelhead trout.
In the fourth of our five-part Edge Of Extinction video series, we meet the only owl that nests underground — the super-cute, but threatened burrowing owl.
In the third of our five-part Edge Of Extinction video series, we talk to experts about urban bees which are threatened by the use of chemicals, loss of habitat and the climate crisis.
In the second of our five-part Edge Of Extinction video series, we meet the salt marsh harvest mouse which lives on our shoreline, and has been on the endangered species list since 1970.
In the first of our five-part Edge Of Extinction video series, we meet the western pond turtles. Although these beloved creatures seem to be doing well, appearances can be deceptive.
“Going down the pub” is a quintessential British experience. But it’s notoriously difficult to replicate on this side of the Atlantic. Nosh set out to discover if anything comes close in the East Bay.
Several hundred people came to Civic Center Park in downtown Berkeley to protest after reports of conditions in children’s facilities raised alarm.
Several hundred people came to Civic Center Park to protest after reports of conditions in children’s facilities raised alarm.
The new system will allow Berkeleyans to purchase and renew permits, as well as pay fines instantly via the internet.
After working at Tartine and other well-known bakeries, Lucio Mejia has struck out on his own with Oakland Bread Studio.
The Gay Day celebration was just one of a number of events in Berkeley to celebrate Pride Month.
Creative wrangler Jeannie Kim Chen gave a group of 9-year-old girls from Jefferson Elementary professional-grade photography lessons. The result is “Miniworlds,” on show until Aug. 31.
Berkeley isn’t cleaning it up because it says the land belongs to Caltrans, and the trash is the state’s responsibility. Caltrans says it regularly cleans up the area.
When construction is completed in 15 months, people will be able to walk or bike all the way from Oakland to Richmond.
Now that the Ninth Street shelter has closed, homeless people are alternating between two properties. Seniors at the North Berkeley Senior Center are adapting to the situation.