After suffering serious falls, Betty Gray hasn’t been able to leave her second-floor apartment to run Alice’s Relaxing Bath and Gift Shop.
There are about 50 fewer homeless people in the city than in 2019, even as Alameda County’s homeless population rose 22%.
The pool was scheduled to be closed for renovations so the city allowed dogs to go for a swim.
Tenants began moving into the 34-unit affordable senior housing project in March after being chosen among 1,000 applicants.
California has strong abortion protections, but 23 states may ban it if the decision becomes final.
As self-testing becomes more common, the Berkeley health officer said the data is a useful tool in monitoring COVID-19 in the general population.
UC Berkeley plans to build student housing on the park this summer.
Police located the person and said the individual is not a continued threat to the campus.
After long months in the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses say hospitals are short-staffed and under-resourced.
Park scientists say the Azolla fern is helping the lake maintain a cool environment for aquatic creatures.
The main causes of death were overdoses and medical conditions, many “preventable,” according to a county report.
The Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board said it wanted to bring DeSeana Williams’ salary in line with other department heads.
The report argues sweeping zoning changes could worsen gentrification, but others say existing conditions are no better at protecting minorities.
Six of the remaining people at the Ashby-Shellmound encampment have disabilities that make it difficult to find housing.
The initial call came in at 1:44 p.m. and police said they didn’t receive any reports of injuries.
The National Weather Service warned residents trying to beat the hot temperatures of strong swells at local beaches.