Activists organize in Berkeley a year after Kayla Moore’s death in police custody.

Leaked documents shed new light on Kayla Moore’s in-custody death

Police Review Commission unanimously finds that one officer did not continually monitor Moore's vital signs

On Feb. 12, 2013, police responded to a disturbance call in Downtown Berkeley that ended with the sudden in-custody death of Kayla Moore, a 347-pound black transgender woman with a history of mental illness.
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Cal steals win from Utah at Salt Lake City

Much like last Saturday’s loss to Stanford, Allen Crabbe took more than 10 minutes to score his basket of the night against Utah. Luckily for the Cal men’s basketball team, it didn’t take until the second half for Crabbe to net his second basket. After hitting a 3-pointer at the
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Cal looks to rebound versus dark horses Utes

Thursday’s 5:30 p.m. visit to the Jon M. Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, would seem to be just what the doctor ordered for a Cal men’s basketball team that has lost four of its last six games. The Bears (10-7, 2-3 in the Pac-12) swept the 11th-place Utes
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Bears race past Roadrunners in season opener

Eventually, the Cal men’s basketball team will need to diversify its offense. But to defeat CSU Bakersfield in their season opener Sunday night, all the Bears needed was a heavy dosage of Justin Cobbs and Allen Crabbe. The pair of junior guards outscored the Roadrunners in the first half, building
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Guards Crabbe, Cobbs to lead young Cal roster

For the first time as Cal men’s basketball coach, Mike Montgomery won’t have Jorge Gutierrez and Harper Kamp beside him in Haas Pavilion. But he may not need them to reach the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time in his five seasons in Berkeley. “We’ve got a good nucleus of
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