They have been charged with a carjacking in Daly City and are tied to carjackings in San Francisco, Oakland and Livermore, authorities say.
Carjacking is rare in Berkeley and the targeting of BHS students, coaches and their bikes made the incident particularly shocking.
Raymond Weschler has organized an egalitarian pick-up softball league since 1997, but he prefers writing emails about the games to playing in them.
Ransom, who was shot and killed on I-880 on Friday, was guided by Berkeley mentors and the city’s multicultural spirit.
The new complex is needed to comply with Title IX regulations, but some neighbors say they will violate long-standing covenants the university agreed to.
Pedro Terrero’s ‘miraculous’ recovery has taken more than two years, but he’s back riding horses in Albany — only now at the front of the pack.
Usue Maitane Arconada defeated Marcela Zacarias of Mexico in the final of the Berkeley Tennis Club Women’s $60,000 Challenge.
Attendance at a local company’s chaperoned Sunday swim from the Berkeley Marina has quadrupled since 2018. And while Homer might chase you, he probably won’t bite.
Fifty-one years ago, nine women’s tennis players and one zealous magazine publisher kicked off a revolution that changed the face of sports. Five of the 10 rebels had strong connections to the Berkeley Tennis Club.
A North Oakland bike shop owner got a dream assignment: design a custom ride for an NBA star.
The city said the unauthorized course would be removed, but demolition has been postponed at Councilmember Susan Wengraf’s request.
Burke, who went to Berkeley High, played for the Oakland A’s and the Dodgers, who offered him $75,000 to marry a woman.