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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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

Jackson Guilfoil

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A study from UC Berkeley economists showed that environmental regulations were the primary driver of a 60 percent pollution decrease in the United States from 1990 to 2008, despite growth in industrial production.
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A study from UC Berkeley economists showed that environmental regulations were the primary driver of a 60 percent pollution decrease in the United States from 1990 to 2008, despite growth in industrial production.
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At the Lawrence Hall of Science, children built fake hands reminiscent of a cutting-edge, 3D-printed prosthetic made for 8-year-old Sophie Mercer.
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At the Lawrence Hall of Science, children built fake hands reminiscent of a cutting-edge, 3D-printed prosthetic made for 8-year-old Sophie Mercer.
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From raising the minimum wage to divesting from banks with ties to apartheid in South Africa, Berkeley has been ahead of the curve on certain issues.
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From raising the minimum wage to divesting from banks with ties to apartheid in South Africa, Berkeley has been ahead of the curve on certain issues.
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The “No to Marxism in America 2” rally held at Civic Center Park was full of chanted slogans and loud arguments with counterprotesters, and there was more violence outside the police-monitored park.
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The “No to Marxism in America 2” rally held at Civic Center Park was full of chanted slogans and loud arguments with counterprotesters, and there was more violence outside the police-monitored park.
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Officials from the city of Berkeley and BART listened as community members voiced their concerns about building housing around the Ashby BART station during a public meeting at Longfellow Middle School on Thursday.
Officials from the city of Berkeley and BART listened as community members voiced their concerns about building housing around the Ashby BART station during a public meeting at Longfellow Middle School on Thursday.
One factor for many voters this November is a candidate’s endorsements. Individuals of local and national renown have weighed in on the slew of candidates vying for four Berkeley City Council seats in the Nov. 6 election.
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One factor for many voters this November is a candidate’s endorsements. Individuals of local and national renown have weighed in on the slew of candidates vying for four Berkeley City Council seats in the Nov. 6 election.
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The study examined suicide rates and social media posts during hotter periods and concluded that an additional 21,000 suicides might occur in the United States and Mexico by 2050 as a result of temperature increases over the next few decades.
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The study examined suicide rates and social media posts during hotter periods and concluded that an additional 21,000 suicides might occur in the United States and Mexico by 2050 as a result of temperature increases over the next few decades.
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After driving through California and Oregon, I watched a face-tattooed crust punk tear off the vacuum-sealed, 21-tooth cap on a beer bottle with his teeth.
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After driving through California and Oregon, I watched a face-tattooed crust punk tear off the vacuum-sealed, 21-tooth cap on a beer bottle with his teeth.
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Protesters Dylan Cooke, Lewis Williams and photojournalist Brooke Anderson say BPD officers violated their constitutional rights by using excessive force near the end of an anti-Urban Shield protest beginning June 20, 2017.
Protesters Dylan Cooke, Lewis Williams and photojournalist Brooke Anderson say BPD officers violated their constitutional rights by using excessive force near the end of an anti-Urban Shield protest beginning June 20, 2017.
Three separate incidents involving a stolen cell phone, a burgled house and an assault on a 70-year-old man all happened between July 11 and July 17.
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Three separate incidents involving a stolen cell phone, a burgled house and an assault on a 70-year-old man all happened between July 11 and July 17.
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