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.
Most addresses in the city had reportedly gotten their electricity back by Monday evening, authorities reported.
The city of Berkeley has warned affected residents to prepare to be without power until Friday.
From 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., the Clark Kerr resource center is open to anyone seeking refuge from the power outage.
By 1 a.m. Sunday, PG&E had reported 37 outages in Berkeley affecting nearly 6,800 customers. PG&E said it intends to begin restoration Monday morning.
Lights could go out at John Muir and Emerson elementary schools, both in the Elmwood neighborhood.
For the second time this month, teachers will buck union leadership and leave administrators scrambling to deal with major absences.
We're keeping a close eye today on weather-related incidents in Berkeley.
With the school district and union still struggling to reach a contract agreement, teachers stayed home to ramp up the pressure.
As downtown Berkeley streets are reconfigured, the city is asking the public to weigh in on what one of the revamped stretches should be called.