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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Two suspects attempted to rob a 21-year-old male student late Sunday night at the Grinnell Pathway on campus, police said.
Two suspects attempted to rob a 21-year-old male student late Sunday night at the Grinnell Pathway on campus, police said.
Police reopened roadways after searching for a suspect in an armed robbery southwest of campus Monday morning. The suspect was not located.
Police reopened roadways after searching for a suspect in an armed robbery southwest of campus Monday morning. The suspect was not located.
A city analysis of the balcony that collapsed last week, killing six and injuring seven, revealed that it was severely dry rotted at the breaking points.
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A city analysis of the balcony that collapsed last week, killing six and injuring seven, revealed that it was severely dry rotted at the breaking points.
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The police “did many things right” during the Berkeley black lives matter protests, but should have more manpower and better resources to address future protests, according to a report released Tuesday from the Berkeley Police Department.
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The police “did many things right” during the Berkeley black lives matter protests, but should have more manpower and better resources to address future protests, according to a report released Tuesday from the Berkeley Police Department.
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Just before December’s black lives matter protests in Berkeley began, police planned to “Get’um (the protesters) running!” and, on the first night of demonstrations, used the bulk of their tear gas and less-than-lethal ammo, according to police documents.
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Just before December’s black lives matter protests in Berkeley began, police planned to “Get’um (the protesters) running!” and, on the first night of demonstrations, used the bulk of their tear gas and less-than-lethal ammo, according to police documents.
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Christine Daniel, currently the Berkeley City Manager, will be leaving to take up a similar position in Oakland in August.
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Christine Daniel, currently the Berkeley City Manager, will be leaving to take up a similar position in Oakland in August.
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The UC Regents approved increases in undergraduate nonresident supplemental tuition of up to 8 percent per year for the next five years and endorsed a funding and tuition agreement at their meeting Thursday, despite some concerns from regents and students.
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The UC Regents approved increases in undergraduate nonresident supplemental tuition of up to 8 percent per year for the next five years and endorsed a funding and tuition agreement at their meeting Thursday, despite some concerns from regents and students.
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The Legislative Analyst's Office released its analysis of the Brown-Napolitano agreement on Monday evening, expressing concerns that funding increases were unwarranted and monitoring of the university lacking.
The Legislative Analyst's Office released its analysis of the Brown-Napolitano agreement on Monday evening, expressing concerns that funding increases were unwarranted and monitoring of the university lacking.
A car chase early Monday morning, that went by Oxford Street and University Avenue, ended when the stolen Honda crashed into another vehicle on Hearst Avenue.
A car chase early Monday morning, that went by Oxford Street and University Avenue, ended when the stolen Honda crashed into another vehicle on Hearst Avenue.
Undergraduate tuition for California residents will not go up in the next two years and the state will make a large investment in the university’s pension system, according to an agreement reached between UC President Janet Napolitano and Gov. Jerry Brown.
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Undergraduate tuition for California residents will not go up in the next two years and the state will make a large investment in the university’s pension system, according to an agreement reached between UC President Janet Napolitano and Gov. Jerry Brown.
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