The numbers behind the people living on Berkeley's streets.
The 24-year-old publication is one of more than 100 street newspapers in 34 countries with a combined readership of more than 5 million.
While Andy Pope was living on the streets, he was reluctant to find a cheaper locale in which to live because he didn't want to leave his support network. He eventually changed his mind.
Since 2014, there have been 1,022 housing units built, across 17 projects, according to the latest "housing pipeline" report issued by the city. About 842 units, in 15 projects, are expected to be done by 2020.
There are now 1,108 unhoused people in Berkeley. The growth rate of people experiencing homelessness is much lower than in nearby cities, however.
The city of Berkeley will no longer allow natural gas pipes in many new buildings starting Jan. 1, 2020. It's the first city in California to pass such a law, officials said.
Public land should not be transferred to private use. Berkeley should work at the state and regional level to find solutions for RV dwellers.
To the potential dismay of cooks and chefs, Berkeley City Council is set to discuss an ordinance that would prohibit natural gas infrastructure in new buildings.
In 2013, the Rent Board voted that a "natural person" must own a golden duplex to keep it exempt from rent control. That has caused issues for owners who put their homes in revocable living trusts.
A 12-story, 156-unit project downtown won praise and nearly unanimous approval Thursday from the city's zoning board. Speakers called it a home run for union labor and the "gold standard" for development.
She can no longer afford the rents in Berkeley so she is moving to Vallejo.
Telegraph Avenue is a lot more "bougie" than when he was growing up, says Rob Richert, who graduated Berkeley High, a reflection of the city's changing demographics.