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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Adrienne Shih

Adrienne Shih was the Spring 2016 City News Editor. She joined the Daily Californian staff in fall 2014, and was previously an assistant news editor and lead city reporter.

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Power was restored about 12:45 p.m. Monday after a citywide power outage that began about 9:35 a.m. affected approximately 16,000 Berkeley residents.
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Power was restored about 12:45 p.m. Monday after a citywide power outage that began about 9:35 a.m. affected approximately 16,000 Berkeley residents.
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A group of roughly 30 student demonstrators gathered in front of Sather Gate on Saturday afternoon, protesting UC President Janet Napolitano’s treatment of undocumented students within the UC system.
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A group of roughly 30 student demonstrators gathered in front of Sather Gate on Saturday afternoon, protesting UC President Janet Napolitano’s treatment of undocumented students within the UC system.
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A homeless encampment in front of the Berkeley Main Post Office was dismantled early Tuesday morning, ending a 17-month occupation of the area.
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A homeless encampment in front of the Berkeley Main Post Office was dismantled early Tuesday morning, ending a 17-month occupation of the area.
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A proposed ballot measure, filed March 28, will appear during November’s municipal elections, which, if passed, will authorize $50 million to city mental health and social services by limiting city employee compensation.
A proposed ballot measure, filed March 28, will appear during November’s municipal elections, which, if passed, will authorize $50 million to city mental health and social services by limiting city employee compensation.
A male suspect was taken into custody by police Thursday after allegedly jumping over a counter and attempting to physically altercate several individuals at a McDonald's located at the intersection of Shattuck and University avenues.
A male suspect was taken into custody by police Thursday after allegedly jumping over a counter and attempting to physically altercate several individuals at a McDonald's located at the intersection of Shattuck and University avenues.
Berkeley City Council reconvened Tuesday evening at a special work session preceding its regular meeting to discuss results from a citywide survey on potential ballot measures.
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Berkeley City Council reconvened Tuesday evening at a special work session preceding its regular meeting to discuss results from a citywide survey on potential ballot measures.
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Berkeley City Councilmember Susan Wengraf filed to run for reelection Friday for her current District 6 seat, a position she has held since 2008.
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Berkeley City Councilmember Susan Wengraf filed to run for reelection Friday for her current District 6 seat, a position she has held since 2008.
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Two community members have filed for the city mayoral seat and district 6 council seat, respectively.
Two community members have filed for the city mayoral seat and district 6 council seat, respectively.
After nearly seven months of campaigning, 69 previously subcontracted workers have officially been insourced as UC employees, ending an ongoing campus speakers’ boycott.
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After nearly seven months of campaigning, 69 previously subcontracted workers have officially been insourced as UC employees, ending an ongoing campus speakers’ boycott.
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