A Berkeley City Council proposal to put a police oversight charter amendment on the November ballot has run out of time to be considered this fall.
Bay Area activists are gearing up for what could be a large "Stop the hate" rally and march Sunday in Berkeley. Whether anyone will show up to oppose that message is unknown.
Berkeley leaders past and present reflect on the impact of a legendary politician.
While the two candidates for District 15 share some policy positions, they diverge when it comes to one of the most polarizing issues.
The latest from the 2018 campaign trail.
Berkeley voters are set to have a chance in November to consider a $135 million bond measure officials hope will create more affordable housing in the city to fight displacement.
The mayor's campaign manager paid for expenses with her personal credit card but did not get reimbursed quickly enough so the payments became illegal donations.
Keeping Berkeley diverse, providing affordable homes and housing those experiencing homelessness, and supporting immigrants are all on mayor's agenda.
Beckles has claimed the second spot, after a neck-and-neck race with Dan Kalb, who has conceded.
Which properties would become rent-controlled after a repeal, and which would be exempt? Berkeley voters could make the call in November.
Jovanka Beckles is now in second place, as of Saturday evening.