Public land should not be transferred to private use. Berkeley should work at the state and regional level to find solutions for RV dwellers.
Authorities found a man dead in downtown Berkeley for the second time since Sunday, according to preliminary reports.
As the city starts telling people to clear out their stuff, some homeless residents are avoiding enforcement by packing up their items daily.
After a week-long federal trial, the jury said the city did not unfairly target First They Came for the Homeless because of its protests.
A four-day federal trial pits the city of Berkeley against a homeless group that argues its First Amendment rights were violated.
Judge William Alsup dismissed other claims that Berkeley violated homeless people's rights when the city took their belongings.
A federal judge has ruled that Berkeley police officers used "minimal" force that was "reasonable" when they arrested several people who protested or resisted arrest during a homeless camp removal in 2016.
Berkeley voters adopted a neighborhood preservation ordinance in 1973 in reaction to the destruction of "urban renewal." Community groups must be involved in discussing upzoning in residential neighborhoods.
The group is seeking action to dramatically reduce transportation emissions and improve affordability, through revisions to Berkeley's housing policy.
Milam Schultz had to give up his beloved companion Hot Rod to Berkeley Animal Care Services because he could no longer provide a good home for him. But he has visited his friend, who has not yet been adopted, regularly.
A year ago, the author had a job that paid six figures and was living in a nice house. He lost his job, broke up with his partner, and found himself without a home. Living in an RV has helped him get back on his feet.
Getting them into permanent shelter could cost $43 million more each year.