The creation and destruction of People's Park took 25 days in 1969. April 20 marks the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the building of the park.
Authorities have charged a man from Pittsburg and a man from Antioch with firing a gun near Cal over the weekend, according to court records and police. Also: Don't miss the Berkeleyside map of this year's shootings.
Two men remained in custody Saturday night in connection with gunfire and marijuana sales allegations, while two other people were released on citations, police told Berkeleyside.
In the space of about 40 minutes starting at around 1:40 a.m. Friday, police responded to 10 gunshots in three locations near the UC Berkeley campus.
Police have arrested a ride-share driver they linked to more than a dozen incidents of exposing himself or masturbating publicly in the Southside neighborhood near the UC Berkeley campus in 2018, authorities report.
Two people took laptops from customers at Berkeley's Caffè Strada on Monday night, authorities report.
The longtime fondue spot will be demolished for a new development project, but owner Laleh Heravi Aryan, an Iranian immigrant and single mother who's been in charge for nearly 20 years, hopes to relocate.
Two Berkeley coffee shops were targeted in short order Tuesday night by groups of crooks who took customer laptops, authorities report.
The Apothecarium said it took 18 months to find this new site. The owners of Hi-Fidelity, another cannabis retailer two blocks away, expressed concern it would lose business if it opened there.
A 55-year-old Berkeley woman was taken to the hospital Saturday night after overturning her vehicle in what police believe was a DUI crash in the Elmwood, authorities report.
A march by activists who hope to stop development at People's Park turned violent Tuesday when a driver ran over a bicycle and a homeless man, according to police and community reports.
Six people who had been sleeping in the park were arrested early Tuesday. The encampment had been set up on Jan. 4 to stop UC Berkeley from cutting down more trees.
A man authorities say brought a fake bomb featuring "anti Jewish writings" into the UC Berkeley Police Department has been charged with dropping off the sham explosive, but not a hate crime, according to court papers.