"There are many opportunities that have opened up for me," said Daniel Maher, who lost his legal status when he was convicted of crimes in the 1990s.
We talk art, the role of art museums and what the future holds with the director and chief curator of the UC Berkeley-owned Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive.
In a nod to neighborhood concerns about traffic and parking, cars coming to get serviced at the new site will pull completely inside the building and not sit on the street.
A federal judge will hear arguments Monday over the legality of Berkeley's attempt to prevent the sale of its main post office by creating a zoning overlay in the civic center area
As many of you surmised, this article, about Berkeley considering saying 'no' to 4-way stops at intersections, was an April Fools’ Day story!
A woman has been taken for medical evaluation after authorities say she attacked a woman downtown with "windshield wiper parts" Saturday, sending the victim to the hospital.
The idea of guaranteed cash from the government is a cause currently championed by just one of the 12 candidates in the district 15 race: writer and podcaster Owen Poindexter.
The Berkeley City Council is slated to vote Tuesday on whether to place a controversial police oversight charter amendment on the November ballot.
The father of a transgender woman who died in 2013, as police tried to arrest her, failed to provide enough evidence to prove discrimination. A judge has denied his claim.
Berkeley voters may have a chance in November to approve a bond measure to help pay for affordable and workforce housing, according to new survey results released by the city.