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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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

Rachael Cornejo

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Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to create a task force that will address racial disparities suggested in data on the Berkeley Police Department.
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Berkeley City Council unanimously voted to create a task force that will address racial disparities suggested in data on the Berkeley Police Department.
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The event, titled “The Path Forward in Kashmir,” was organized by UC Berkeley’s Institute of International Studies as part of its “Topics on Contemporary India” series.
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The event, titled “The Path Forward in Kashmir,” was organized by UC Berkeley’s Institute of International Studies as part of its “Topics on Contemporary India” series.
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Berkeley Police Department Capt. David Frankel was the highest-paid police officer in Berkeley in 2016, with a regular pay of $184,193 and total pay and benefits of $359,412. He is the third highest-paid employee in Berkeley.
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Berkeley Police Department Capt. David Frankel was the highest-paid police officer in Berkeley in 2016, with a regular pay of $184,193 and total pay and benefits of $359,412. He is the third highest-paid employee in Berkeley.
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Pachter, who worked with Speed during his time as a campus assistant professor of mathematics, was a confidante of both Speed and the researcher as the events of the report unfolded. He eventually decided to file the Title IX complaint, which alleged that Speed’s behavior created a “hostile environment” for both Pachter and the researcher.
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Pachter, who worked with Speed during his time as a campus assistant professor of mathematics, was a confidante of both Speed and the researcher as the events of the report unfolded. He eventually decided to file the Title IX complaint, which alleged that Speed’s behavior created a “hostile environment” for both Pachter and the researcher.
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On March 8, a group of reporters from the Bay Area News Group, or BANG, held a press conference in which the reporters denounced the business practices of BANG's corporate management, a hedge fund called Alden Global Capital.
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On March 8, a group of reporters from the Bay Area News Group, or BANG, held a press conference in which the reporters denounced the business practices of BANG's corporate management, a hedge fund called Alden Global Capital.
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The 17 houses and three apartment complexes in the co-op system are known for the vivid and eclectic murals that cover their walls.
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The 17 houses and three apartment complexes in the co-op system are known for the vivid and eclectic murals that cover their walls.
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City Council voted to lower Berkeley’s recreational marijuana tax from 10 to 5 percent during its regular meeting Tuesday.
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City Council voted to lower Berkeley’s recreational marijuana tax from 10 to 5 percent during its regular meeting Tuesday.
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Weeks after the legalization of recreational marijuana in the state of California, the city of Berkeley voted to reduce the sales tax on recreational marijuana from 10 to 5 percent.
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Weeks after the legalization of recreational marijuana in the state of California, the city of Berkeley voted to reduce the sales tax on recreational marijuana from 10 to 5 percent.
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Berkeley City Council voted to direct revenue generated by development projects near campus toward housing for extremely low-income or homeless college students during its regular meeting Tuesday evening.
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Berkeley City Council voted to direct revenue generated by development projects near campus toward housing for extremely low-income or homeless college students during its regular meeting Tuesday evening.
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The Apothecarium, a San Francisco cannabis dispensary that received a medical permit from the Berkeley City Council in September 2016, is looking for a new address to open its Berkeley location.
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The Apothecarium, a San Francisco cannabis dispensary that received a medical permit from the Berkeley City Council in September 2016, is looking for a new address to open its Berkeley location.
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