Police located the person and said the individual is not a continued threat to the campus.
New plans call for nearly 500 new apartments spread across three sites along Shattuck Avenue in South Berkeley.
Renovations to three buildings on Fifth Street mark the start of a developer’s ambitious plans for a 3-acre project that could host nearly 600 workers.
The City Council is set to vote on the controversial zoning change, which one commissioner called a “fireball,” later this spring.
Both of Berkeley’s city-operated swimming pools will be closed for four to six weeks, starting in mid-April.
Two residents of a home on 62nd Street in South Berkeley suffered injuries that were not believed to be life threatening.
A new proposal would add protections for cyclists and pedestrians, while keeping most of the parking in front of businesses.
The board’s only Black director, who represents parts of Berkeley and Oakland, was improperly removed from her seat, BART says.
Shorter five-car trains are now running along the Red Line route between Richmond and Millbrae.
The city could remove limits on tall buildings downtown, and provide quick approval for small apartments in most neighborhoods.
The rebuilt camp outside Yosemite National Park will reopen in June, nine years after it was destroyed in a wildfire.
More than five years after Berkeley started working on a redesign, the updated website is set to go live this spring.
Lateefah Simon, one of the BART board’s most vocal advocates for overhauling police, said she moved to a new home following threats related to that work.
The requirement that restaurants and other businesses check vaccination status ends Friday.
The Berkeley Unified School District has not said whether it will act on the change or keep its mask mandate in place.
The map the commission chose essentially keeps intact the current City Council district borders, with a few tweaks.