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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!

Pamela Larson

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Volunteers counted 664 homeless living outside of shelters, the highest number of unsheltered individuals counted in Berkeley and Alameda County in the last eight years, in their biennial census of Berkeley’s homeless.
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Volunteers counted 664 homeless living outside of shelters, the highest number of unsheltered individuals counted in Berkeley and Alameda County in the last eight years, in their biennial census of Berkeley’s homeless.
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A recent poll by the campus Institute of Governmental Studies has found that support for a potential re-election bid by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California, dropped six percentage points among California voters when they were informed about her age.
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A recent poll by the campus Institute of Governmental Studies has found that support for a potential re-election bid by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California, dropped six percentage points among California voters when they were informed about her age.
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Fourteen months into a unanimously declared homeless shelter crisis by Berkeley City Council, Mayor Jesse Arreguin and District 5 Councilmember Sophie Hahn announced an ambitious plan Thursday morning to address Berkeley’s homeless population.
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Fourteen months into a unanimously declared homeless shelter crisis by Berkeley City Council, Mayor Jesse Arreguin and District 5 Councilmember Sophie Hahn announced an ambitious plan Thursday morning to address Berkeley’s homeless population.
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Cheryl Davila’s path to the District 2 seat is just one of the things that sets her apart from other Berkeley City Council members.
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Cheryl Davila’s path to the District 2 seat is just one of the things that sets her apart from other Berkeley City Council members.
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Signs displayed on windows indicated that businesses closed Thursday as part of a nationwide boycott and strike called “A Day Without Immigrants” intended to show the contributions of immigrants to the U.S. economy.
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Signs displayed on windows indicated that businesses closed Thursday as part of a nationwide boycott and strike called “A Day Without Immigrants” intended to show the contributions of immigrants to the U.S. economy.
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Tuesday morning at 5 a.m., more than 200 homeless guides and 500 volunteers will join a nationwide count and set off to estimate the number of homeless individuals living outside in Alameda County.
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Tuesday morning at 5 a.m., more than 200 homeless guides and 500 volunteers will join a nationwide count and set off to estimate the number of homeless individuals living outside in Alameda County.
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Ordering coffee along Berkeley’s campus is an everyday act for thousands. Though this upscale coffee shop at 2410 Channing Way, which opened Sunday, has a familiar menu and seating, its eight baristas from seven different countries set it apart.
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Ordering coffee along Berkeley’s campus is an everyday act for thousands. Though this upscale coffee shop at 2410 Channing Way, which opened Sunday, has a familiar menu and seating, its eight baristas from seven different countries set it apart.
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On the corner of Milvia Street and Allston Way, a demo of a 160-square-foot modular unit shows a potential living environment for Berkeley’s long-term homeless and low-income population.
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On the corner of Milvia Street and Allston Way, a demo of a 160-square-foot modular unit shows a potential living environment for Berkeley’s long-term homeless and low-income population.
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A UC Berkeley doctoral student has recently discovered that WhatsApp, the end-to-end encrypted messaging platform utilized by more than a billion users across the world, has a security flaw making it susceptible to messages being intercepted.
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A UC Berkeley doctoral student has recently discovered that WhatsApp, the end-to-end encrypted messaging platform utilized by more than a billion users across the world, has a security flaw making it susceptible to messages being intercepted.
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Come Nov. 8, voters will decide whether to approve Measure T1, which would allow the city to issue a $100 million bond that would fund infrastructure and facility repairs, such as Berkeley’s streets, parks and senior centers.
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Come Nov. 8, voters will decide whether to approve Measure T1, which would allow the city to issue a $100 million bond that would fund infrastructure and facility repairs, such as Berkeley’s streets, parks and senior centers.
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