A new stoplight at Virginia and Sacramento streets will soon be joined by other changes around the station.
More Berkeley shootings: 1 breaks home window, 1 at cannabis dispensary
BPD handled three shooting investigations since Friday, including one that broke a woman’s window. Police do not believe she was targeted.
Planning Commission on BART housing: 7 stories is not enough
The EIR comment period runs through Dec. 1. Learn how to weigh in.
After failed landmarking, Berryman triplex to become 4-story townhouses
The home was built 132 years ago but wasn’t deemed worthy of landmark status.
Parking vs. bike lanes: Berkeley’s Hopkins Street faces a stark choice
One plan would replace much of the corridor’s parking with protected bike lanes. Another would keep parking, but leave bicyclists vulnerable.
Update: Solano Avenue post office reopens after rainstorm-related closure
The North Berkeley post office on Solano Avenue, closed since Sunday due to rain damage, reopened on Friday.
Berkeley man charged after domestic violence stabbing on Hearst Avenue
Yarman Smith has convictions for pimping a minor and possession of child pornography that sent him to prison in 2013, according to court papers.
Family still grieves after Berkeley killing: ‘We’re nowhere near healed’
A court hearing this week was the latest reminder for Diante Craig’s family of a loss that continues to feel senseless.
Defendant in Berkeley road rage killing seeks release without bail
Hosea Askew does not dispute that he shot Diante Craig, 29, last year, but his account has shifted. Askew’s attorney says it was self-defense.
Debate continues over affordability, parking, height of BART housing
What’s happening now is important because it will define the parameters for large new apartment buildings that are slated to replace what are now parking lots at the North Berkeley and Ashby BART stations.
After parking lots turn into housing, how will you get to BART?
BART is seeking input on its plan to help Berkeley residents get to the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations once housing is built on the parking lots.
Woman charged with hate crime after calling 911 on Black Amazon driver
Police say the woman cursed at the man and used a derogatory term for Black people because she didn’t like his driving.