The 2015 law requires cellphone retailers to distribute warnings about radiation exposure.
The change is part of a $10.3 million effort to reconfigure Shattuck and improve safety and traffic flow.
"This is a beginning of a process," Mayor Jesse Arreguín told a passionate crowd Tuesday.
They’ve been evicted from a North Berkeley building. Now they want to buy it, with help from a land trust
Owners of a 13-unit property have evicted all their tenants in order to sell the property. Community groups are trying to put pressure on the landlords so they sell it to the tenants.
The store looked like an overflowing attic full of antique finds.
BUSD is asking voters to help fund everything from solar panels to English teachers salaries.
Protesters were demonstrating a talk by right-wing pundit Ann Coulter at UC Berkeley.
In the pricey Bay Area an employer is using guaranteed housing as a retention strategy.
A change in the weather forecast prompted PG&E to call off an expected power shutoff in the area, according to the county.
Yvette Felarca was set to go to trial over charges stemming from a protest of a neo-Nazi rally.
Advocates say the proposed ordinance would give all tenants a "fair chance," but landlords say they're entitled to information about applicants.
The temporary relocation addresses safety issues but not the longterm future of Oxford.
Multiple police cars with sirens blaring tore up University Avenue around 9:50 a.m. Thursday.
Frustrated with the official handling, some people in the disability community organized their own emergency response efforts during recent blackouts.
The union president called the contract proposal a "huge win" for educators.
Monday was a tumultuous day for Berkeley Unified.