A 22-year-old man was arrested in Richmond in connection with multiple car burglaries at many locations in the regional park over the course of two days.
Crews used a backhoe loader to remove piles of garbage that had built up over many weeks, including belongings discarded by a homeless encampment on the site.
Strong winds and heavy rain fall will make road conditions more hazardous and could trigger power outages. People are being advised to take precautions.
Neighbors and customers of a nearby family-owned coffee shop lost a battle in 2014 to prevent the opening of this Starbucks. The indy business shuttered, and now the Starbucks will too.
A man attempted an armed robbery at a Berkeley 7-11; suspects rammed a truck into the Fourth Street Apple store; and BPD shared details about some street robberies this month.
In a non-scientific reader poll conducted by Berkeleyside in December 2018, Sixth Street, between Allston Way and Dwight Way, was voted the worst paved street in the city. Berkeleyside drove that stretch of the street on Dec. 11 to document the bumpy ride.
More than a third of nearly 1,200 votes in Berkeleyside's non-scientific poll of worst paved streets in Berkeley went to one street. And, yes, we have video.
The South Berkeley father of nine became famous on the internet for a short video clip in which he questioned the taste of a police officer's shoes.
Many generations of Berkeley High students have walked the stage and tossed their caps at the dramatic outdoor venue, but the class of 2019 will graduate elsewhere.
Drivers are encouraged to avoid Ashby at the I-80 overpass while Caltrans addresses the flooding.
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The poor air quality in Berkeley has prompted schools, colleges and outdoor events to shut down.
Berkeleyside’s Frances Dinkelspiel wins SPJ excellence award for longform story on Milo Yiannopoulos
'One day, one night: The fuse that lit the Battles of Berkeley' is a 12,000-word oral history crafted by Frances Dinkelspiel that tells a story through the voices of those who were there.
It's the second mountain lion sighting in the Berkeley hills in the past two months.