A BHS student who amassed parts to build explosives and assault rifles got them legally, police say, and was not ready to carry out an attack.
June 2, 2022
Posted inNews Wire
Berkeley Wire: 06.02.22
More news about Berkeley from around the web.
Berkeley will not join rest of Alameda County in reinstating mask mandate
The city’s public health officer has opted not to reinstate the requirement, citing data showing COVID cases in decline locally.
Opinion: UC Berkeley should reconsider its building plans now that People’s Park is on national register
Cal should build student housing on a less historically-significant site like the nearby Ellsworth garage.
Berkeley could vote on 2 measures to build affordable housing, pave streets
Officials say a proposed $28M per year parcel tax increase could bring the city’s roads to “good” condition in a decade.
Posted inRestaurant Closures
All the East Bay restaurants that closed in May
Restaurants of note that closed in Berkeley, Oakland and beyond for May 2022.