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Smoke from wildfires in Oregon and far North California brought the smell of smoke to Berkeley Tuesday, with AQI readings in many places topping 150, a level unhealthy for the general public.
The new film ‘26.2 to Life,’ shot almost entirely within the walls of the Marin County prison, opens Friday at Rialto Cinemas Elmwood.
The new team is breaking gender barriers in California’s fastest growing sport. The Yellow Jackets won their first game 19-0.
Fire detection is leaps and bounds ahead of where it was. Some of the strategies of the last century, like fuel breaks, remain the same, however. But safety advocates warn the risk may be even higher.
The East Bay had already lost businesses to poor water systems by 1923. When the fire struck, residents turned on their hoses to find no water coming out. Afterward some businesses offered relief as others sought to cash in.
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