"Somebody saw something. Somebody knows something," said Stacey Flowers. "All we ask is that you just come forward so we can have justice for these boys."
Don your critical thinking caps and check your assumptions at the door: A new BHS class offers a deep dive into the justice system. And diverse views are welcome.
On a field trip to City Hall, students in a Malcolm X Elementary School class brought their ideas on homelessness to their elected officials.
Disability rights attorneys have sued BUSD, contending that the district fails to accommodate students with reading disorders.
Two Berkeley brothers, ages 11 and 12, started an organization encouraging other kids to participate in the March for Science on April 22.
After much back-and-forth, REALM will continue leasing a small space at the site from the Berkeley Unified School District.
Sylvia Mendez, who was at the center of the case that desegregated California public schools, is spending the day with kids in Berkeley.
The CHP says 106 people committed criminal acts in last June's Sacramento rally that turned violent. Whether anyone will face charges is now under consideration.