A "major events" policy and Free Speech Commission are products of an ongoing campus debate — and lawsuits.
Along with purchase of 6,200 Chromebooks, BUSD has launched a "digital citizenship" curriculum covering cyber-bullying, fake news and privacy.
Federal immigration officials are planning a sweep in Northern California sanctuary cities like Berkeley.
Cal student Luis Mora was granted the minimum bail, allowing him to return to school while he awaits his deportation hearings.
Representatives from the city and business association said there is not much they can do to address the private site.
The construction project, one of BUSD's largest in years, will be funded by Measure I revenue.
The $2 million loan is not finalized, but it could allow Pacifica to pay off its debt to a New York real estate company.
Undocumented Cal junior Luis Mora was arrested by Border Patrol agents in San Diego County when he took a wrong turn into a checkpoint.
Berkeley police detained a suspect near the park.
Its parent company lost a nearly $2 million lawsuit, placing the longstanding Berkeley radio station in immediate danger.
An Alameda County judge raised Chapman's bail from $135,000 to $400,000 after he was found in possession of a weapon.
A landlord and his tenants have formed an unusual alliance to fight for stricter safety requirements for rebuilt structures.