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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Jenny Weng

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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra informed the Investigative Reporting Program, or IRP, of possible legal action in a Jan. 29 letter, after its reporters had gained access to a database of police officers’ arrests and convictions through a Public Record Act request, or PRA, as first reported by The Mercury News.
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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra informed the Investigative Reporting Program, or IRP, of possible legal action in a Jan. 29 letter, after its reporters had gained access to a database of police officers’ arrests and convictions through a Public Record Act request, or PRA, as first reported by The Mercury News.
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TEDxBerkeley will be hosting its 10th-anniversary conference on March 9 in Zellerbach Hall, with the theme “Infle(X)ion,” meant to bring attention to the changes associated with modern society.
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TEDxBerkeley will be hosting its 10th-anniversary conference on March 9 in Zellerbach Hall, with the theme “Infle(X)ion,” meant to bring attention to the changes associated with modern society.
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Lloyd Minor, the Carl and Elizabeth Naumann Dean of Stanford University School of Medicine, discussed the issue of diversity in the field of health care at a Berkeley Forum event Tuesday night.
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Lloyd Minor, the Carl and Elizabeth Naumann Dean of Stanford University School of Medicine, discussed the issue of diversity in the field of health care at a Berkeley Forum event Tuesday night.
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Two months after Ici Ice Cream closed down both of its locations in Berkeley, two ice cream shops — Humphry Slocombe and Milkbomb Ice Cream — announced that they will be taking over its old locations.
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Two months after Ici Ice Cream closed down both of its locations in Berkeley, two ice cream shops — Humphry Slocombe and Milkbomb Ice Cream — announced that they will be taking over its old locations.
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On Monday, Tesla opened a 46,000-square-foot service center in northwest Berkeley, just 18 months after submitting an application to the Berkeley Zoning Adjustments Board, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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On Monday, Tesla opened a 46,000-square-foot service center in northwest Berkeley, just 18 months after submitting an application to the Berkeley Zoning Adjustments Board, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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Created in Oct. 2017, the Berkeley Homeless Fund has attracted $230,000 in donations and has helped fund several projects for the homeless community, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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Created in Oct. 2017, the Berkeley Homeless Fund has attracted $230,000 in donations and has helped fund several projects for the homeless community, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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Berkeley teacher Yvette Felarca and other supporters of By Any Means Necessary, or BAMN, attended a Jan. 22 hearing in Sacramento, affirming that they have to stand trial in an assault case connected to a neo-Nazi rally and protest in 2016.
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Berkeley teacher Yvette Felarca and other supporters of By Any Means Necessary, or BAMN, attended a Jan. 22 hearing in Sacramento, affirming that they have to stand trial in an assault case connected to a neo-Nazi rally and protest in 2016.
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Gordo Taqueria, a restaurant chain operating five locations in San Francisco, Berkeley and Albany, has agreed to pay a total of $690,000 to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging that the restaurant’s owners failed to abide by wage and labor laws, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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Gordo Taqueria, a restaurant chain operating five locations in San Francisco, Berkeley and Albany, has agreed to pay a total of $690,000 to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging that the restaurant’s owners failed to abide by wage and labor laws, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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The Police Review Commission, or PRC, revised its agenda-setting policies and elected chairpersons for 2019 at its regular Wednesday meeting Jan. 23.
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The Police Review Commission, or PRC, revised its agenda-setting policies and elected chairpersons for 2019 at its regular Wednesday meeting Jan. 23.
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After more than 25 years at UC Berkeley, Lowell Bergman, investigative reporting professor at the Graduate School of Journalism, announced his retirement to the campus community.
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After more than 25 years at UC Berkeley, Lowell Bergman, investigative reporting professor at the Graduate School of Journalism, announced his retirement to the campus community.
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