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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Naira Khalid

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Amid a departmentwide staffing crisis and an uptick in violent crime within city limits, the Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, now faces the prospect of more staff departures, with a reported 80 percent of current officers considering leaving the department, according to a survey conducted by the Berkeley Police Association, or BPA.
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Amid a departmentwide staffing crisis and an uptick in violent crime within city limits, the Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, now faces the prospect of more staff departures, with a reported 80 percent of current officers considering leaving the department, according to a survey conducted by the Berkeley Police Association, or BPA.
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Repairs and replacements are currently underway at the water sources of six schools in the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, which were found to be in violation of BUSD guidelines for drinking water.
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Repairs and replacements are currently underway at the water sources of six schools in the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, which were found to be in violation of BUSD guidelines for drinking water.
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U.S. District Judge William Alsup ruled Friday that homeless rights activist group First They Came for the Homeless can sue the city of Berkeley for allegedly punishing and silencing the group for criticizing city policy.
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U.S. District Judge William Alsup ruled Friday that homeless rights activist group First They Came for the Homeless can sue the city of Berkeley for allegedly punishing and silencing the group for criticizing city policy.
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Interim fire chief David Brannigan will be appointed as the city’s fire chief during a city council meeting on Tuesday.
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Interim fire chief David Brannigan will be appointed as the city’s fire chief during a city council meeting on Tuesday.
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As Jan. 1 encroaches every year, for as long as I can remember, I’ve anticipated the promise of renewal and betterment encompassing what we call the New Year.
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As Jan. 1 encroaches every year, for as long as I can remember, I’ve anticipated the promise of renewal and betterment encompassing what we call the New Year.
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UC Regent Norman Pattiz, who was recorded asking a female colleague whether he could hold her breasts last year, has said he is considering resignation.
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UC Regent Norman Pattiz, who was recorded asking a female colleague whether he could hold her breasts last year, has said he is considering resignation.
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Since the opening of the Connie & Kevin Chou Hall at the start of the fall 2017 semester, visually impaired students have not been able to navigate large swaths of the building with the help of braille on classroom and study room placards.
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Since the opening of the Connie & Kevin Chou Hall at the start of the fall 2017 semester, visually impaired students have not been able to navigate large swaths of the building with the help of braille on classroom and study room placards.
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UC Berkeley's Blockchain Lab received a donation Wednesday worth more than $50,000 in the form of bitcoin, a prominent virtual currency and worldwide payment system. The electronic donation, gifted by the EchoLink Foundation, is the first of its kind at both the Blockchain Lab and on campus.
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UC Berkeley's Blockchain Lab received a donation Wednesday worth more than $50,000 in the form of bitcoin, a prominent virtual currency and worldwide payment system. The electronic donation, gifted by the EchoLink Foundation, is the first of its kind at both the Blockchain Lab and on campus.
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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed the U.S. House of Representatives last week and is currently under review by the Senate Finance Committee. If passed by the Senate and signed by the president, the bill would allow tax breaks to families that send their children to private schools.
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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed the U.S. House of Representatives last week and is currently under review by the Senate Finance Committee. If passed by the Senate and signed by the president, the bill would allow tax breaks to families that send their children to private schools.
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