Tyler Cary was a Ph.D. candidate at UC Davis before he moved to Santa Cruz, then Berkeley.
Man found dead at People’s Park
An Alameda County sheriff sergeant said the coroner’s office responded after getting a call Friday afternoon.
2 men charged with murder in Telegraph Avenue shooting
Police say two men opened fire on a group after starting a fight with them at a busy Southside intersection, killing 29-year-old Isamaeli Mata’afa.
Update: Man killed in shooting near UC Berkeley was a student at Pacific School of Religion￼
A prayer vigil will be held for Isamaeli (Eli) Mata’afa Thursday evening outside of the San Lorenzo Community Church.
D7 Councilmember Rigel Robinson: For density, buses and bike lanes
Robinson, running unopposed for reelection in District 7, shares his views on public safety, infrastructure, affordable housing and more.
Shop Talk: Stolen Levi’s sign returned; antiques shop closes in South Berkeley after three decades
A merchant who loved shopping for antiques as much as selling them leaves a neighborhood of antique shops. Catch up on this and other Berkeley retail and small business news.
Woman on electric scooter sustains head injury in College Avenue car crash
The 22-year-old woman’s condition was unavailable this week, but preliminary reports indicated that she sustained a possibly severe head injury.
Woman charged with attempted murder in People’s Park attack
The 20-year-old from Antioch was arrested in an attack on an occupant Sunday morning.
People’s Park activist arrested by Berkeley police released, charges dropped
The activist was booked at Santa Rita Jail but released Friday evening, and the $85,000 bail was dismissed.
Court order halts UC Berkeley construction at People’s Park likely until October
UC Berkeley had long planned to begin construction at the park this summer, but has been blocked repeatedly by lawsuits and activists.
Berkeley City Council will not lift tear gas ban amid People’s Park protests
Tear gas was banned in Berkeley in summer 2020 during nationwide protests over police brutality.
UC Berkeley halts construction at People’s Park due to protest, occupation
Construction crews arrived early Wednesday morning and protests began immediately after.