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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 05, 2023

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Sophie Mattson

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The UC Board of Regents approved a 3 percent salary increase for top employees in the UC system at its meeting Thursday.
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The UC Board of Regents approved a 3 percent salary increase for top employees in the UC system at its meeting Thursday.
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BART police officers, with the assistance of Berkeley Police Department, arrested a juvenile Friday morning on suspicion of serial armed robbery near the North Berkeley BART station following a series of robberies at gunpoint in the station’s parking lot.
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BART police officers, with the assistance of Berkeley Police Department, arrested a juvenile Friday morning on suspicion of serial armed robbery near the North Berkeley BART station following a series of robberies at gunpoint in the station’s parking lot.
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In the wake of a 113-page sexual assault report released Tuesday by the state auditor’s office, a new pathway for comprehensive reform is laid out for university officials and legislators, although some survivors say its recommendations and findings did not go far enough.
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In the wake of a 113-page sexual assault report released Tuesday by the state auditor’s office, a new pathway for comprehensive reform is laid out for university officials and legislators, although some survivors say its recommendations and findings did not go far enough.
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In an attempt to protect the economic vitality of small businesses, the Berkeley City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Tuesday which would require a gap of 1000 feet between large pharmacies.
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In an attempt to protect the economic vitality of small businesses, the Berkeley City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Tuesday which would require a gap of 1000 feet between large pharmacies.
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Following years of financial and managerial crises, Pacifica Foundation Radio— a national listener-sponsored radio network with a local station in Berkeley — will soon see an interim executive director step down and another step up.
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Following years of financial and managerial crises, Pacifica Foundation Radio— a national listener-sponsored radio network with a local station in Berkeley — will soon see an interim executive director step down and another step up.
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Berkeley commissioners are working to bring climate change awareness right to the gas pump in a proposal that would place warning labels on fuel nozzles.
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Berkeley commissioners are working to bring climate change awareness right to the gas pump in a proposal that would place warning labels on fuel nozzles.
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So far this election season, measures aimed at advocating for workers, tackling redistricting and taxing soda are among those slated to appear on the November ballot.
So far this election season, measures aimed at advocating for workers, tackling redistricting and taxing soda are among those slated to appear on the November ballot.
Supporters hoped to preserve current contract provisions, like working hour limitations and fee remissions, while fighting for additional benefits such as increasing child care subsidies and assisting with the cost of campus parking.
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Supporters hoped to preserve current contract provisions, like working hour limitations and fee remissions, while fighting for additional benefits such as increasing child care subsidies and assisting with the cost of campus parking.
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On the one-year anniversary of the attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi, Libya, friends and family of UC Berkeley alumnus J. Christopher Stevens, who was killed in the assault, gave $100,000 to the campus to support students interested in studying the Middle East.
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On the one-year anniversary of the attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi, Libya, friends and family of UC Berkeley alumnus J. Christopher Stevens, who was killed in the assault, gave $100,000 to the campus to support students interested in studying the Middle East.
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The Berkeley-based company SpoonRocket, which has been in business since June 26, was founded by UC Berkeley graduates Steven Hsiao and Anson Tsui. The two hired chef David Cramer, who whips up two choices every day — one meat option and one vegetarian or vegan option.
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The Berkeley-based company SpoonRocket, which has been in business since June 26, was founded by UC Berkeley graduates Steven Hsiao and Anson Tsui. The two hired chef David Cramer, who whips up two choices every day — one meat option and one vegetarian or vegan option.
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