Described as a “rumble rumble bump,” the quake’s epicenter was in the hills near the Berkeley-Oakland border.
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The drive-through site is at the North Berkeley BART parking lot and will operate for three weeks.
The ominous, apocalyptic skies that greeted Berkeley today, caused by smoke from the August Complex fires, was captured by many in eerie, almost unbelievable photographs.
Yes, day is night, but, as we reported yesterday, the ominous orange sky is caused by smoke from the August Complex fires and, amazingly, the air quality is pretty good.
Police arrested a man they say ran under a pedestrian bridge armed with two knives, then jumped into the bay and refused to be rescued.
Alameda County has issued a red flag warning for the Berkeley Hills from Monday night through Wednesday morning.
Wildfire season is upon us and the air quality locally will be very poor for the foreseeable future according to weather experts.
Harris often talks about her Oakland roots, but the senator was a resident of the Berkeley flats until the age of 12, attending Thousand Oaks Elementary School. Those years were “foundational” she told Berkeleyside.
‘Profoundly unsettling’ is how one person describes the display of international newspapers on the UC Berkeley campus, all of which are dated March 15 or 16, just before the city went into lockdown.
BPD Chief Andrew Greenwood told Berkeleyside the department is continuing to investigate and will release a critical incident video to comply with Assembly Bill 748.
A man with a gunshot wound to the head has been transported to the hospital, according to the police.
The incident happened at the CVS pharmacy in North Shattuck around 9:18 p.m. Thursday. No one is believed to have been injured by the gunfire.
The fire was an act of terror, said Pastor Michael McBride, who leads the 48-year-old Way Christian Church. He questioned the “timid” response to the incident from Berkeley’s leaders.
South Berkeley residents completed work over the weekend on a street mural that spells out the words ‘Reparations Now!’ in giant colorful letters on the block between Prince Street and Ashby Avenue.
Neighbors on Ellis Street in South Berkeley began work today on a street mural which will spell out the words ‘Reparations Now!’ in giant letters on the block between Ashby Avenue and Prince Street.