The owners of 1900 Fourth St. sued Berkeley over the city's denial of their SB35 housing application. The law allows almost automatic approval of complexes where 50% of the units are "affordable."
As the district recuperates from millions of dollars in budget cuts, officials are pondering three different ballot measures that would support the schools.
Berkeley High has long served as a language laboratory, where teenagers sling slang and slap songs. In a new Berkeleyside Podcast episode, we ask, what comes after hella and hyphy?
Some Berkeley residents are among the thousands across the state receiving non-renewal letters from insurers burdened by wildfires claims.
Chancellor Carol Christ tells Berkeleyside progress is being made on the university's housing plans. Also: Buildings that might come down because of seismic issues, and the novel experience of a balanced budget.
The survey covers how visitors use the 73 parks, issues on the trails, and ideas ranging from water bottle filling stations to natural art installations.
Wednesday's School Board meeting was not only the first for Judy Appel after a long medical leave, but also the first ever for new Superintendent Brent Stephens.
Prius owners throughout Berkeley have tried to start their cars only to be greeted with a thunderous roar and a nonfunctional car.
Officials hope a new law will help keep popular, dangerous products out of kids' hands.
"We're looking at hundreds and hundreds of hours of all my material," said the founder of Frame of Mind Films.
In 2017, Berkeley made it illegal to discriminate against tenants who use housing vouchers. So why are there still so many Craigslist ads flouting that law?
Starting this fall, some unhoused people in Berkeley could spend every day and night in one downtown Berkeley basement without missing a meal, a shower or a full night's sleep.
The city is moving ahead with plans for a "safe parking" site for RVs — including by asking the state if it could be located at the waterfront.
The City Council is set to vote on terms for a two-week RV parking permit and to pursue a three-month "safe parking" site. Officials had previously proposed the marina for the location, but have recently reversed course.