As of Nov. 30, three people had been killed and 15 wounded in shootings in Berkeley this year. There have been at least 41 confirmed gunfire incidents.
According to BPD, 145 people sustained moderate or serious injuries in 141 crashes in 2021 involving cyclists or pedestrians. Five others died.
From population to housing to racial diversity, these maps show how and where Berkeley has changed the most over the last decade.
How many police calls involved homelessness or mental health? Are arrests up or down compared to last year? You now have a way to find out.
Berkeleyside analyzed district data to break down how state and federal COVID-19 relief money was spent.
It was the highest number of traffic deaths the city has seen since at least 1984, the Berkeley Police Department found.
The Black population has dropped 13% since 2010, to about 9,500, while the proportion of Hispanic and Asian residents grew, new numbers show.
Seven of the shootings left people wounded but expected to survive. None were fatal.
Cases are also higher in areas with lower socioeconomic advantages, which has been seen throughout Alameda County.
Of the cases Berkeleyside has been able to learn about, most of the individuals who have died were Black, male, age 80 or older, or some combination of those demographics.
Last week, the city of Berkeley reported its highest number of positive COVID-19 test results on a single day since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Four people have been killed and at least 10 have been wounded in shootings in Berkeley in 2020. Last year, one person was killed and three people were wounded.