Price’s critics have raised over $500,000. Meanwhile, the DA has raised far less to defend herself — $15,000.
Griffin Dix’s new book, “Who Killed Kenzo,” is a story of heartbreaking loss that galvanized a life’s work for firearms safety.
The East Bay bus agency plans to eliminate its at-large board seats and create a new ward map. Residents can give input at upcoming meetings.
Fire crews worked overnight to put out flames in a pile of scrap metal near the Port of Oakland. Smoke from the fire wafted over Berkeley Thursday.
State wildlife officials want the public’s observations of marine creatures during the harmful algae bloom.
The district attorney defended and explained her public safety philosophy during an emotional town hall that drew hundreds.
Price was elected on a reform platform last November. Her critics say she’s too lenient.
The registrar’s office hasn’t been forthcoming about errors that impacted the Nov. 8 election. The public deserves to know.
The possible recount comes after the Registrar of Voters disclosed that it made an error tallying ballots, possibly resulting in the wrong winner in an Oakland school board race.
A 10-day “Pineapple Express” is expected to cause flooding, debris flows, downed trees, and other hazards in Berkeley.
The problem did not affect the results of any races in Berkeley, though it may have changed the outcome of an Oakland school board race.
When will we know who won the Berkeley’s City Council races? What does “100% reported” mean? And more ballot questions answered.