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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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Berkeley Unified School District board member Judy Appel has returned to work after she and her wife, Alison Bernstein, were hit by a car in January in a collision that left them in critical condition.
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Berkeley Unified School District board member Judy Appel has returned to work after she and her wife, Alison Bernstein, were hit by a car in January in a collision that left them in critical condition.
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Talks surrounding the affirmation of a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, approval of an administrative use permit for a project on 1444 Fifth St. and a proposed moratorium of the "Shared Sidewalk" policy dominated discussion at Berkeley City Council’s regular meeting May 28.
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Talks surrounding the affirmation of a Zoning Adjustments Board, or ZAB, approval of an administrative use permit for a project on 1444 Fifth St. and a proposed moratorium of the "Shared Sidewalk" policy dominated discussion at Berkeley City Council’s regular meeting May 28.
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After a Jan. 5 traffic collision left Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, board President Judy Appel and her wife Alison Bernstein in critical condition, the two are expected to make a complete or almost complete recovery, according to BUSD spokesperson Charles
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After a Jan. 5 traffic collision left Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, board President Judy Appel and her wife Alison Bernstein in critical condition, the two are expected to make a complete or almost complete recovery, according to BUSD spokesperson Charles
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Berkeley Unified School District board President Judy Appel and her wife Alison Bernstein are continuing their medical treatment in a local hospital with the added support of a community fundraising effort after sustaining critical injuries in a South Berkeley car incident Jan. 5.
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Berkeley Unified School District board President Judy Appel and her wife Alison Bernstein are continuing their medical treatment in a local hospital with the added support of a community fundraising effort after sustaining critical injuries in a South Berkeley car incident Jan. 5.
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Berkeley Unified School District board President Judy Appel and her wife Alison Bernstein are in critical condition after being hit by a car just after midnight Friday, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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Berkeley Unified School District board President Judy Appel and her wife Alison Bernstein are in critical condition after being hit by a car just after midnight Friday, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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Berkeley’s Police Review Commission met Wednesday for the first time since July to ask questions about the aftermath of the Aug. 27 rally and discuss policies involving citizens’ rights to record police officers.
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Berkeley’s Police Review Commission met Wednesday for the first time since July to ask questions about the aftermath of the Aug. 27 rally and discuss policies involving citizens’ rights to record police officers.
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The Police Review Commission convened Wednesday evening to elect a new chair and discuss body-worn camera policies and recent City Council decisions.
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The Police Review Commission convened Wednesday evening to elect a new chair and discuss body-worn camera policies and recent City Council decisions.
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Berkeley City Council will hold a special meeting Tuesday to determine whether Berkeley Police Department will continue participating in Urban Shield.
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Berkeley City Council will hold a special meeting Tuesday to determine whether Berkeley Police Department will continue participating in Urban Shield.
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Berkeley residents gathered on the corner of Allston Way and Shattuck Avenue on Monday night for a vigil in honor of Kayla Moore, a Black transgender woman diagnosed with schizophrenia who died while in Berkeley Police custody in 2013.
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Berkeley residents gathered on the corner of Allston Way and Shattuck Avenue on Monday night for a vigil in honor of Kayla Moore, a Black transgender woman diagnosed with schizophrenia who died while in Berkeley Police custody in 2013.
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The Police Review Commission, or PRC, finalized its body-worn camera policy recommendations for City Council at its Wednesday meeting after more than two years of discussion.
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The Police Review Commission, or PRC, finalized its body-worn camera policy recommendations for City Council at its Wednesday meeting after more than two years of discussion.
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