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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2022

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Thao Nguyen

City News Editor

Thao Nguyen is a senior staff reporter and the city news editor for spring 2021. She joined the news department in fall 2018. She was a former deputy news editor for spring 2020 and has worked on the student life, and schools and communities beats.

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Following a nationwide data breach, UC Berkeley community members reported that their personal information was detected on the dark web.
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Following a nationwide data breach, UC Berkeley community members reported that their personal information was detected on the dark web.
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With 232,407,669 COVID-19 vaccination doses administered in the United States as of press time, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, updated health guidelines for fully vaccinated Americans on Tuesday.
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With 232,407,669 COVID-19 vaccination doses administered in the United States as of press time, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, updated health guidelines for fully vaccinated Americans on Tuesday.
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In the early mornings of Sunday and Monday, Berkeley police officers found multiple individuals in the Berkeley Marina area allegedly carrying loaded and concealed firearms.
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In the early mornings of Sunday and Monday, Berkeley police officers found multiple individuals in the Berkeley Marina area allegedly carrying loaded and concealed firearms.
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Berkeley police officers arrested a suspect on suspicion of a hate crime and other alleged offenses following an incident April 18.
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Berkeley police officers arrested a suspect on suspicion of a hate crime and other alleged offenses following an incident April 18.
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On Wednesday, UCPD reported a robbery via gun that occurred at 2509 Benvenue Ave. at 10:16 p.m.
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On Wednesday, UCPD reported a robbery via gun that occurred at 2509 Benvenue Ave. at 10:16 p.m.
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At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, calls for climate action seemed to be drowned out until the movement was able to adapt to changing circumstances.
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At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, calls for climate action seemed to be drowned out until the movement was able to adapt to changing circumstances.
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With the return to in-person instruction under a hybrid model, Berkeley Unified School District confirmed multiple positive COVID-19 cases in the past week.
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With the return to in-person instruction under a hybrid model, Berkeley Unified School District confirmed multiple positive COVID-19 cases in the past week.
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Following the recent suspension of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine across the U.S., the city of Berkeley announced a pause in the administration of the vaccine in accordance with state and federal recommendations.
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Following the recent suspension of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine across the U.S., the city of Berkeley announced a pause in the administration of the vaccine in accordance with state and federal recommendations.
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With COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations continuing to fall and California ramping up its vaccination efforts, the state announced Tuesday that Alameda County has been cleared to enter the orange tier of the state's reopening system.
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With COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations continuing to fall and California ramping up its vaccination efforts, the state announced Tuesday that Alameda County has been cleared to enter the orange tier of the state's reopening system.
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On March 22, a victim reported to Berkeley Police Department about being stalked by a suspect, who later allegedly fired a gun outside the victim's home. The suspect was then charged on March 24 by the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office.
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On March 22, a victim reported to Berkeley Police Department about being stalked by a suspect, who later allegedly fired a gun outside the victim's home. The suspect was then charged on March 24 by the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office.
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