Fewer of those on the streets are sleeping in doorways, according to a new report.
More than 120 people volunteered time on Saturday to help build the tiny homes.
The Berkeley City Council is set to resume meetings Tuesday after a summer recess.
PG&E says the amount of time the power could be out has “been hard for a lot of people to accept.” The city is taking steps to prepare. Have you?
Officials hope a new law will help keep popular, dangerous products out of kids' hands.
“We need about 3-4 people like him,” one park resident said. “He’s trying his best to do everything for people out here.”
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.
Berkeley’s city manager misled the City Council and public about the true nature of surveillance cameras installed at San Pablo Park.
For residents in the surrounding neighborhoods who have pushed for this change since 2017, the two-year campaign has been about more than a community pool. It’s been about equity.
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.
Felix, who selects a Berkeley artist to be honored every month, is the only person ever to have served as Berkeley's art ambassador, a position Mayor Tom Bates created in 2004.