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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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G. Haley Massara

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Three suspects were arrested Friday after allegedly robbing a woman in downtown Berkeley, according to a UCPD release.
Three suspects were arrested Friday after allegedly robbing a woman in downtown Berkeley, according to a UCPD release.
The announcement comes after a joint oversight hearing between the Joint Legislative Audit Committee, chaired by Gipson, and the Assembly Higher Education Committee. The hearing was held Wednesday in response to critiques of policies created after a UC budget audit in 2011.
The announcement comes after a joint oversight hearing between the Joint Legislative Audit Committee, chaired by Gipson, and the Assembly Higher Education Committee. The hearing was held Wednesday in response to critiques of policies created after a UC budget audit in 2011.
Kathy Kang, a freshman, posted an image to the student-run Facebook group Free and For Sale after she and a friend found a dark-colored substance in her omelette at Cafe 3. The post is no longer visible on the page, but Kang said she called Cal Dining before uploading the image.
Kathy Kang, a freshman, posted an image to the student-run Facebook group Free and For Sale after she and a friend found a dark-colored substance in her omelette at Cafe 3. The post is no longer visible on the page, but Kang said she called Cal Dining before uploading the image.
No injuries were reported, but Webb said the building suffered an estimated $50,000 in damages, both from the fire itself and from firefighters’ efforts to reach and extinguish the flames.
No injuries were reported, but Webb said the building suffered an estimated $50,000 in damages, both from the fire itself and from firefighters’ efforts to reach and extinguish the flames.
With the start of 2015, the University of California began rolling out the first phase of its new immunization policy, which will eventually standardize a roster of vaccines required for admission to all UC campuses.
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With the start of 2015, the University of California began rolling out the first phase of its new immunization policy, which will eventually standardize a roster of vaccines required for admission to all UC campuses.
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At the meeting, the commission reviewed a draft memo to City Council, which recommended rejecting the use of tasers as a means of de-escalating conflict with police. Other agenda items included a presentation about the criminalization of homeless people, and allocation of funding for the upcoming fiscal cycle.
At the meeting, the commission reviewed a draft memo to City Council, which recommended rejecting the use of tasers as a means of de-escalating conflict with police. Other agenda items included a presentation about the criminalization of homeless people, and allocation of funding for the upcoming fiscal cycle.
Measures to temporarily ban police use of less-than-lethal crowd control methods, implement a program to place body cameras on officers, and approve an investigation of police action during protests early last month are among the items up for approval by City Council at their meeting this Tuesday.
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Measures to temporarily ban police use of less-than-lethal crowd control methods, implement a program to place body cameras on officers, and approve an investigation of police action during protests early last month are among the items up for approval by City Council at their meeting this Tuesday.
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The demonstration, scheduled for an hour starting at about 12:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon, took place in front of a Domino’s location near the intersection of Shattuck and University Avenues. Members of the Berkeley Organization for Animal Advocacy held signs, distributed leaflets and stood in front of the restaurant.
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The demonstration, scheduled for an hour starting at about 12:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon, took place in front of a Domino’s location near the intersection of Shattuck and University Avenues. Members of the Berkeley Organization for Animal Advocacy held signs, distributed leaflets and stood in front of the restaurant.
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Internet icon Grumpy Cat made an appearance at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Berkeley Humane Society’s new mobile adoption center Saturday, along with local officials and more than 400 fans.
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Internet icon Grumpy Cat made an appearance at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Berkeley Humane Society’s new mobile adoption center Saturday, along with local officials and more than 400 fans.
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At their meeting Thursday, the University of California Board of Regents approved the appointment of Rachael Nava to the position of vice president and chief operating officer in the Office of the President.
At their meeting Thursday, the University of California Board of Regents approved the appointment of Rachael Nava to the position of vice president and chief operating officer in the Office of the President.