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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Brenna Smith

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A homeless encampment adjacent to Civic Center was disbanded by a city order Thursday resulting in the arrest of one civilian, homeless activist Mike Zint.
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A homeless encampment adjacent to Civic Center was disbanded by a city order Thursday resulting in the arrest of one civilian, homeless activist Mike Zint.
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Two victims were shot at Strawberry Creek Park on Wednesday afternoon, according to Berkeley Police Department Sgt. Andrew Frankel.
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Two victims were shot at Strawberry Creek Park on Wednesday afternoon, according to Berkeley Police Department Sgt. Andrew Frankel.
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Berkeley Police Department located a missing person, according to an alert sent out Wednesday at 9:12 p.m.
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Berkeley Police Department located a missing person, according to an alert sent out Wednesday at 9:12 p.m.
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The dismantling of a South Berkeley homeless encampment Friday was a citywide operation resulting in the arrest of four civilians, including District 2 Berkeley City Council candidate Nanci Armstrong-Temple.
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The dismantling of a South Berkeley homeless encampment Friday was a citywide operation resulting in the arrest of four civilians, including District 2 Berkeley City Council candidate Nanci Armstrong-Temple.
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A Berkeley nanny was charged with a misdemeanor and a felony for physical child abuse Wednesday.
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A Berkeley nanny was charged with a misdemeanor and a felony for physical child abuse Wednesday.
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Soaked Palestinian and Israeli flags contrasted with the gray, cloudy sky as campus group members filled Sproul Plaza voicing their opposing viewpoints on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on the third annual International Day of Action on Thursday.
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Soaked Palestinian and Israeli flags contrasted with the gray, cloudy sky as campus group members filled Sproul Plaza voicing their opposing viewpoints on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on the third annual International Day of Action on Thursday.
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Darryl Moore, Nanci Armstrong-Temple and Cheryl Davila have lived in District 2 for years and have garnered a deep respect for the community they are campaigning to represent. Likewise, each candidate comes from a different background and has their own solutions to resolving the trials and tribulations the district faces.
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Darryl Moore, Nanci Armstrong-Temple and Cheryl Davila have lived in District 2 for years and have garnered a deep respect for the community they are campaigning to represent. Likewise, each candidate comes from a different background and has their own solutions to resolving the trials and tribulations the district faces.
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Two female campus students were sexually assaulted this past weekend at a fraternity in Berkeley, according to two separate UCPD crime alerts released Monday evening.
Two female campus students were sexually assaulted this past weekend at a fraternity in Berkeley, according to two separate UCPD crime alerts released Monday evening.
Endorsements are supposed to point voters toward candidates who have similar ideological outlooks and policy ideas, according to campus public policy professor Dan Lindheim. In Berkeley, where the political spectrum ranges from moderate Democrat to radical liberal, public figures’ stances do not vary much on topics such as education, health and public safety.
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Endorsements are supposed to point voters toward candidates who have similar ideological outlooks and policy ideas, according to campus public policy professor Dan Lindheim. In Berkeley, where the political spectrum ranges from moderate Democrat to radical liberal, public figures’ stances do not vary much on topics such as education, health and public safety.
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A male victim, with unknown campus affiliation, was robbed by simulated firearm Sunday morning near 2607 Ellsworth Street, according to a UCPD crime alert.
A male victim, with unknown campus affiliation, was robbed by simulated firearm Sunday morning near 2607 Ellsworth Street, according to a UCPD crime alert.