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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Danielle Kaye

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Efforts to restore some of the commission's original power have been ongoing, as city officials and local activists examine civilian oversight agencies in neighboring Bay Area jurisdictions to see which models might best suit Berkeley.
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Efforts to restore some of the commission's original power have been ongoing, as city officials and local activists examine civilian oversight agencies in neighboring Bay Area jurisdictions to see which models might best suit Berkeley.
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A former manager of Echo Lake Camp, operated by the city of Berkeley, filed a lawsuit against the city’s Parks, Recreation and Waterfront Department, alleging that city officials failed to investigate or address exposure to asbestos in camp cabins.
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A former manager of Echo Lake Camp, operated by the city of Berkeley, filed a lawsuit against the city’s Parks, Recreation and Waterfront Department, alleging that city officials failed to investigate or address exposure to asbestos in camp cabins.
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In light of the lack of sufficient shelter space and widespread government-funded mask dissemination, some UC Berkeley students have taken it upon themselves to provide aid to people unable to escape the unhealthy air.
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In light of the lack of sufficient shelter space and widespread government-funded mask dissemination, some UC Berkeley students have taken it upon themselves to provide aid to people unable to escape the unhealthy air.
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Chancellor Carol Christ announced Sunday afternoon that all classes will be canceled Monday and Tuesday due to poor air quality in Berkeley.
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Chancellor Carol Christ announced Sunday afternoon that all classes will be canceled Monday and Tuesday due to poor air quality in Berkeley.
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In an email sent to students Friday, campus officials advised students to remain indoors because of unhealthy air quality, adding that the Tang Center will only be providing its limited number of masks to those with underlying medical conditions.
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In an email sent to students Friday, campus officials advised students to remain indoors because of unhealthy air quality, adding that the Tang Center will only be providing its limited number of masks to those with underlying medical conditions.
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In response to questions surrounding class cancellation because of the poor air quality in Berkeley, Chancellor Carol Christ announced in a statement released Wednesday night that classes will continue to take place for the time being.
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In response to questions surrounding class cancellation because of the poor air quality in Berkeley, Chancellor Carol Christ announced in a statement released Wednesday night that classes will continue to take place for the time being.
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UCPD received reports of a mountain lion sighting at the Lawrence Hall of Science Thursday afternoon, according to a UCPD Nixle alert released at 9:33 a.m.
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UCPD received reports of a mountain lion sighting at the Lawrence Hall of Science Thursday afternoon, according to a UCPD Nixle alert released at 9:33 a.m.
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A fire broke out at Berkeley High School on Thursday afternoon, prompting an all-school evacuation, according to an email from Berkeley High principal Erin Schweng.
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A fire broke out at Berkeley High School on Thursday afternoon, prompting an all-school evacuation, according to an email from Berkeley High principal Erin Schweng.
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Robinson, who graduated from UC Berkeley as a political economy major this year, placed student representation at the center of his bid for the City Council seat.
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Robinson, who graduated from UC Berkeley as a political economy major this year, placed student representation at the center of his bid for the City Council seat.
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Excitement and apprehension filled the air this morning as Berkeley voters began to trickle into polling locations scattered throughout the city to cast their ballots in the midterm elections.
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Excitement and apprehension filled the air this morning as Berkeley voters began to trickle into polling locations scattered throughout the city to cast their ballots in the midterm elections.
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