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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Alexandra Stassinopoulos

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The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a challenge Monday from a telecommunications industry group against the city of Berkeley ordinance that requires cell phone retailers to provide radiation warnings at the point of sale.
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The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a challenge Monday from a telecommunications industry group against the city of Berkeley ordinance that requires cell phone retailers to provide radiation warnings at the point of sale.
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Berkeley City Council approved 18 months of Measure P funding, allocating potentially $11-13.5 million of funding to homelessness services for the city of Berkeley.
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Berkeley City Council approved 18 months of Measure P funding, allocating potentially $11-13.5 million of funding to homelessness services for the city of Berkeley.
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As another wildfire season looms over the Bay Area, the local homeless population remains uncertain of what services will be offered to them.
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As another wildfire season looms over the Bay Area, the local homeless population remains uncertain of what services will be offered to them.
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UC Berkeley alumna and world-renowned astronomer Jill Tarter spoke about the ongoing search for intelligent extraterrestrial life and the importance of a cosmic perspective at a Berkeley Forum event on Monday.
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UC Berkeley alumna and world-renowned astronomer Jill Tarter spoke about the ongoing search for intelligent extraterrestrial life and the importance of a cosmic perspective at a Berkeley Forum event on Monday.
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YSA, a Berkeley art and job-training organization, has been planning its Tiny House Village since 2016. The village, which is projected to open July 1, 2020, will have 26 tiny houses in total — 22 for homeless youth and four for resident assistants.
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YSA, a Berkeley art and job-training organization, has been planning its Tiny House Village since 2016. The village, which is projected to open July 1, 2020, will have 26 tiny houses in total — 22 for homeless youth and four for resident assistants.
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A video uploaded to Facebook on Monday morning shows a man being arrested and thrown to the ground by a UCPD officer outside of Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union.
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A video uploaded to Facebook on Monday morning shows a man being arrested and thrown to the ground by a UCPD officer outside of Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union.
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On Thursday afternoon, Berkeley Police Department officers responded to a call reporting that there was an armed man on campus at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School, according to a community alert released Friday.
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On Thursday afternoon, Berkeley Police Department officers responded to a call reporting that there was an armed man on campus at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School, according to a community alert released Friday.
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When current U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-California, served as the state’s attorney general, she charged the owners of Backpage.com with more than 10 counts of pimping.
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When current U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-California, served as the state’s attorney general, she charged the owners of Backpage.com with more than 10 counts of pimping.
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Berkeley City Council will address homelessness at a special meeting, in addition to discussing city data collection and busing at its regular meeting.
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Berkeley City Council will address homelessness at a special meeting, in addition to discussing city data collection and busing at its regular meeting.
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City of Berkeley officials have condemned President Donald Trump’s statement that he is “considering” releasing immigrants detained at the U.S.-Mexico border into sanctuary cities.
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City of Berkeley officials have condemned President Donald Trump’s statement that he is “considering” releasing immigrants detained at the U.S.-Mexico border into sanctuary cities.
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