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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Sydney Johnson

News Reporter

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The East Bay Municipal Utility District recently reported a decrease in trihalomethane — a disinfection byproduct that forms after chlorine reacts with organic material in the water and has been linked to cancer — in its drinking water after new operational adjustments
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The East Bay Municipal Utility District recently reported a decrease in trihalomethane — a disinfection byproduct that forms after chlorine reacts with organic material in the water and has been linked to cancer — in its drinking water after new operational adjustments
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The city's Disaster and Fire Safety Commission held a regular meeting Wednesday to discuss Measure GG and other items, but first heard a comprehensive status update on the fire that raged through the Berkeley Hills Wednesday.
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The city's Disaster and Fire Safety Commission held a regular meeting Wednesday to discuss Measure GG and other items, but first heard a comprehensive status update on the fire that raged through the Berkeley Hills Wednesday.
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The Berkeley Police Department responded to a report of an alleged armed robbery at the intersection of Durant Avenue and Dana Street about 10 p.m. Tuesday evening, according to a Nixle alert.
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The Berkeley Police Department responded to a report of an alleged armed robbery at the intersection of Durant Avenue and Dana Street about 10 p.m. Tuesday evening, according to a Nixle alert.
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An Alameda County judge approved a motion Friday that could greenlight a small-scale Berkeley housing development. The project, led by community developer Christian Szilagy, would demolish an uninhabited house at 1310 Haskell St. and erect three residential dwellings in its place.
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An Alameda County judge approved a motion Friday that could greenlight a small-scale Berkeley housing development. The project, led by community developer Christian Szilagy, would demolish an uninhabited house at 1310 Haskell St. and erect three residential dwellings in its place.
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Ippudo, the chain restaurant brainchild of “Ramen King” Shigemi Kawahara, will open July 28 at its new Berkeley location, on 2015 Shattuck Ave.
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Ippudo, the chain restaurant brainchild of “Ramen King” Shigemi Kawahara, will open July 28 at its new Berkeley location, on 2015 Shattuck Ave.
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The UC Regents assembled Wednesday at the UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center for the second day of its regular July meeting. Among the presented topics, the regents discussed student life, implementation of UCOP audit recommendations and potentially adding letters of recommendation to the UC application process.
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The UC Regents assembled Wednesday at the UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center for the second day of its regular July meeting. Among the presented topics, the regents discussed student life, implementation of UCOP audit recommendations and potentially adding letters of recommendation to the UC application process.
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A pair of nesting peregrine falcons have called the top of the tower home since January. In May, the pair birthed two female eyasses, nicknamed Fiat and Lux by the campus community. Late Monday afternoon, Fiat “fledged,” or took flight, according to Mary Malec. After almost a week of waiting, she and other volunteer ornithologists gathered Thursday to see the second baby take the plunge.
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A pair of nesting peregrine falcons have called the top of the tower home since January. In May, the pair birthed two female eyasses, nicknamed Fiat and Lux by the campus community. Late Monday afternoon, Fiat “fledged,” or took flight, according to Mary Malec. After almost a week of waiting, she and other volunteer ornithologists gathered Thursday to see the second baby take the plunge.
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Charles Austin, a longtime Berkeley community organizer, died Sunday. He was 77.
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Charles Austin, a longtime Berkeley community organizer, died Sunday. He was 77.
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The Pacific School of Religion, or PSR, has put one of its campus buildings, the Seeley G. Mudd Building, up for rent this month, according to commercial realtor Lori Rosenthal, who is handling the property lease for Gordon Commercial Real Estate Services.
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The Pacific School of Religion, or PSR, has put one of its campus buildings, the Seeley G. Mudd Building, up for rent this month, according to commercial realtor Lori Rosenthal, who is handling the property lease for Gordon Commercial Real Estate Services.
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China’s State Intellectual Property Office, or SIPO, announced Monday that it will grant the University of California, in conjunction with the University of Vienna and Emmanuelle Charpentier, a patent for its CRISPR gene-editing technology.
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China’s State Intellectual Property Office, or SIPO, announced Monday that it will grant the University of California, in conjunction with the University of Vienna and Emmanuelle Charpentier, a patent for its CRISPR gene-editing technology.
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