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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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

Sophie Mattson

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An Assembly bill that would prevent people from temporarily owning or purchasing guns if considered susceptible to committing acts of violence is moving through to the California State Senate floor, in the wake of the Santa Barbara shooting rampage this past May.
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An Assembly bill that would prevent people from temporarily owning or purchasing guns if considered susceptible to committing acts of violence is moving through to the California State Senate floor, in the wake of the Santa Barbara shooting rampage this past May.
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A UC Berkeley student has been diagnosed with West Nile virus in the wake of this year’s uptick in the number of mosquitoes carrying the disease.
A UC Berkeley student has been diagnosed with West Nile virus in the wake of this year’s uptick in the number of mosquitoes carrying the disease.
Heart attack survivors may not reduce their risk of dying from another heart attack if they run or walk excessively, according to a study released Tuesday.
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Heart attack survivors may not reduce their risk of dying from another heart attack if they run or walk excessively, according to a study released Tuesday.
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Starting this fall, all scientific papers funded by the the U.S. Department of Energy will be made free to the public a year after publication.
Starting this fall, all scientific papers funded by the the U.S. Department of Energy will be made free to the public a year after publication.
The FBI is currently investigating whether an animal rights activist group is responsible for shattering the windows of a Berkeley grocery store.
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The FBI is currently investigating whether an animal rights activist group is responsible for shattering the windows of a Berkeley grocery store.
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A 70-year-old Berkeley psychologist was sentenced Thursday to serve prison time and pay restitution after failing to report more than $1 million in income from his psychotherapy practice to the Internal Revenue Service, authorities said.
A 70-year-old Berkeley psychologist was sentenced Thursday to serve prison time and pay restitution after failing to report more than $1 million in income from his psychotherapy practice to the Internal Revenue Service, authorities said.
Two bills introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives Wednesday aim to raise the standard of how administrators at all federally-funded colleges and universities respond to sexual assault cases.
Two bills introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives Wednesday aim to raise the standard of how administrators at all federally-funded colleges and universities respond to sexual assault cases.
The Environmental Protection Agency announced Monday that 1,500 miles of sewage pipes in Berkeley and neighboring East Bay cities must be replaced, as part of efforts to completely halt wastewater pollution into the San Francisco Bay.
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The Environmental Protection Agency announced Monday that 1,500 miles of sewage pipes in Berkeley and neighboring East Bay cities must be replaced, as part of efforts to completely halt wastewater pollution into the San Francisco Bay.
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Berkeley Councilmember Jesse Arreguin sent a complaint to city officials last week alleging that ballot language for a controversial initiative that he proposed contains factual errors and bias.
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Berkeley Councilmember Jesse Arreguin sent a complaint to city officials last week alleging that ballot language for a controversial initiative that he proposed contains factual errors and bias.
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UC Berkeley chemistry professor and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory scientist Heino Nitsche died in his sleep Tuesday at the age of 64.
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UC Berkeley chemistry professor and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory scientist Heino Nitsche died in his sleep Tuesday at the age of 64.
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