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Family plans to file lawsuit after recent traffic fatality in South Berkeley
The family said they do not understand many of the decisions made by police and are concerned race may have played a role in their approach.
City approves union contracts, pay agreements affecting over 900 city workers
The City Council approved deals with three of the unions representing Berkeley workers.
All the East Bay restaurants that opened in July
All the newest restaurants to try in Berkeley, Oakland and beyond.
Berkeley, 7 Bay Area counties mandate mask use as of Tuesday, Aug. 3
Everyone in Berkeley, Alameda County and in six other Bay Area counties must wear a face covering when they gather indoors starting at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday.
Opinion: New campus agreement is an $80M win for the city
The settlement is the largest financial settlement any UC campus has paid to a host city.
Alameda County officials keep mum on COVID-19 outbreaks at restaurants
Plus: Road testing restaurant vaccination proof procedures; love for OKO; more Quick Bites.
More than trophy homes: AIA East Bay rethinks its annual home tours
The local chapter of the American Institute of Architects is hosting home tours, housing forums and a bike tour aimed at exploring all forms of shelter.
More than 1,000 homeless people in Berkeley and Oakland are getting money from Caltrans
A lawsuit settlement required payback for property destroyed during encampment sweeps. Hear from unhoused people who’ve gotten funds, and learn how to collect yours.