A Berkeley High student group’s harm-reduction campaign prioritizes placing FentCheck strips in school and increasing access to education.
A mudslide last week in the Claremont Hills on the Berkeley-Oakland border is the second collapse in the area since 2006. Who’s responsible for shoring up the hill?
Three years and 285 miles later, mathematician Bryan Bischof has wandered 99% of the city’s streets, but the last 1% remains elusive.
See calls for service related to flooding, downed tree branches and sewer issues during the parade of storms.
A final ruling from the court on whether UC Berkeley can resume construction of a student housing project is expected soon, but the decision will likely be appealed.
Student leaders trust her. She’s made the complaint process less painful. But can the charismatic Title IX coordinator fix how the district handles sexual assault?
One Berkeley neighborhood was without power from Wednesday night through Friday afternoon.
A new documentary chronicles Berkeley High teacher Nancy Rubin’s decades-long project delivering letters written to students’ future selves.
Berkeley turned out big for Gov. Gavin Newsom, Pamela Price, Alfred Twu and Proposition 30 on Nov. 8.
Six maps show voting patterns for local ballot measures and races for rent board, school board and city council.
After a months-long listening tour, Superintendent Enikia Ford Morthel said the district has “initiative fatigue” and needs data-backed audits of curriculum, starting with literacy.
Their unions reached a deal with the UC Friday. Two other unions representing student employees are still striking, though they’ve agreed to third-party mediation.