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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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

Jared Brewer

News Reporter

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Over the past few days, Berkeley police have been contacting RV dwellers along Marina Boulevard to tell them to vacate or risk being towed for violating city ordinances.
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Over the past few days, Berkeley police have been contacting RV dwellers along Marina Boulevard to tell them to vacate or risk being towed for violating city ordinances.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park in Downtown Berkeley reopened Jan. 18 at noon with a celebration and ribbon-cutting after months of maintenance and beautification efforts.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park in Downtown Berkeley reopened Jan. 18 at noon with a celebration and ribbon-cutting after months of maintenance and beautification efforts.
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At least 15 students in the Disabled Students’ Program, or DSP, have encountered problems with the disbursements of their fall 2017 technology grants — funds which enable them to purchase assistive technology — according to Berkeley Disabled Students, or BDS, founder Lisa Albertson.
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At least 15 students in the Disabled Students’ Program, or DSP, have encountered problems with the disbursements of their fall 2017 technology grants — funds which enable them to purchase assistive technology — according to Berkeley Disabled Students, or BDS, founder Lisa Albertson.
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With finals fast-approaching and stress levels running high, some students on campus are making use of various animal “de-stress” events, hugging therapy dogs in Moffitt Library and petting llamas on Memorial Glade. But some researchers say evidence remains inconclusive about whether human-animal interaction, or HAI, actually reduces stress.
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With finals fast-approaching and stress levels running high, some students on campus are making use of various animal “de-stress” events, hugging therapy dogs in Moffitt Library and petting llamas on Memorial Glade. But some researchers say evidence remains inconclusive about whether human-animal interaction, or HAI, actually reduces stress.
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Fred Lowe, 47, of Sacramento will face quadruple murder charges for his involvement in a multi-vehicle hit-and-run that left four dead and six injured Nov. 25. Cal baseball pitcher Jared Horn survived the crash with minor injuries.
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Fred Lowe, 47, of Sacramento will face quadruple murder charges for his involvement in a multi-vehicle hit-and-run that left four dead and six injured Nov. 25. Cal baseball pitcher Jared Horn survived the crash with minor injuries.
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Updated maps released by UC Berkeley’s Urban Displacement Project shed light on the extensive state of gentrification across Northern California, including in Berkeley.
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Updated maps released by UC Berkeley’s Urban Displacement Project shed light on the extensive state of gentrification across Northern California, including in Berkeley.
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About a month after Crosta Panini Bar closed its doors, former Crosta chef Sincere Justice launched his new food venture, Mister Bolenca, on Sept. 8 in the same place, but with a new focus.
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About a month after Crosta Panini Bar closed its doors, former Crosta chef Sincere Justice launched his new food venture, Mister Bolenca, on Sept. 8 in the same place, but with a new focus.
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The restraining order filed by By Any Means Necessary, or BAMN, activist Yvette Felarca against Berkeley College Republicans President Troy Worden was officially dismissed Thursday.
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The restraining order filed by By Any Means Necessary, or BAMN, activist Yvette Felarca against Berkeley College Republicans President Troy Worden was officially dismissed Thursday.
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With just 70 days remaining until Jan. 1, when the state of California will legalize the sale and taxation of recreational marijuana, the city of Berkeley and state policymakers are still ironing out the details of cannabis regulation.
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With just 70 days remaining until Jan. 1, when the state of California will legalize the sale and taxation of recreational marijuana, the city of Berkeley and state policymakers are still ironing out the details of cannabis regulation.
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Equipped with 100 masks, 140 water bottles and 47 eye drops, Berkeley High School student Soren Whiting, along with about 12 of his classmates, set out to distribute supplies among those stuck outside in the smoky air Sunday afternoon along Shattuck Avenue.
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Equipped with 100 masks, 140 water bottles and 47 eye drops, Berkeley High School student Soren Whiting, along with about 12 of his classmates, set out to distribute supplies among those stuck outside in the smoky air Sunday afternoon along Shattuck Avenue.
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