BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

Talia Wenger

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The Berkeley Fire Department responded to a sheared fire hydrant in South Berkeley, causing a geyser to spill water in the streets Wednesday night.
The Berkeley Fire Department responded to a sheared fire hydrant in South Berkeley, causing a geyser to spill water in the streets Wednesday night.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid will be released Oct. 1 this year, three months earlier than in previous years as part of efforts to make the application easier and more accurate.
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The Free Application for Federal Student Aid will be released Oct. 1 this year, three months earlier than in previous years as part of efforts to make the application easier and more accurate.
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Darnell Williams was sentenced to the death penalty Wednesday after being convicted on two counts of first-degree murder for the 2013 killings of 8-year-old Alaysha Carradine and 22-year-old Anthony Medearis.
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Darnell Williams was sentenced to the death penalty Wednesday after being convicted on two counts of first-degree murder for the 2013 killings of 8-year-old Alaysha Carradine and 22-year-old Anthony Medearis.
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A UC Berkeley researcher and HelloMD — a digital healthcare platform specializing in medical cannabis — announced Tuesday that they had teamed up to study the connection between medical marijuana and opioid use.
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A UC Berkeley researcher and HelloMD — a digital healthcare platform specializing in medical cannabis — announced Tuesday that they had teamed up to study the connection between medical marijuana and opioid use.
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The Berkeley Design Review Committee’s conditional approval of architectural plans Thursday marks another step towards the construction of a contentious five-story apartment building at 2631 Durant Ave.
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The Berkeley Design Review Committee’s conditional approval of architectural plans Thursday marks another step towards the construction of a contentious five-story apartment building at 2631 Durant Ave.
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