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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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Berkeley police officers arrested a man on suspicion of robbery after receiving a report of an armed robbery from the Bank of America on Shattuck Avenue.
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Berkeley police officers arrested a man on suspicion of robbery after receiving a report of an armed robbery from the Bank of America on Shattuck Avenue.
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With the COVID-19 pandemic throwing the UC Berkeley community into a virtual setting last spring, campus administrators continue to work to stay ahead of an unpredictable curve.
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With the COVID-19 pandemic throwing the UC Berkeley community into a virtual setting last spring, campus administrators continue to work to stay ahead of an unpredictable curve.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced at a press conference Wednesday that four national banks have agreed to a 90-day mortgage payment waiver period for those impacted by COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus. 
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced at a press conference Wednesday that four national banks have agreed to a 90-day mortgage payment waiver period for those impacted by COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus. 
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Here's what we know about the city of Berkeley and UC Berkeley's campus response to COVID-19, more colloquially known as coronavirus.
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Here's what we know about the city of Berkeley and UC Berkeley's campus response to COVID-19, more colloquially known as coronavirus.
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A federal bankruptcy judge awarded $45 million in punitive damages — much of which will go to UC laws schools — to a Sacramento couple March 23 in a ruling which found that Bank of America unlawfully foreclosed upon their house.
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A federal bankruptcy judge awarded $45 million in punitive damages — much of which will go to UC laws schools — to a Sacramento couple March 23 in a ruling which found that Bank of America unlawfully foreclosed upon their house.
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A peaceful protest organized by students in response to Yiannopoulos’ speaking event was interrupted by about 150 outside agitators who destroyed campus and city property, prompting the University of California Police Department to cancel the event about 6 p.m. Many students and campus administrators expressed disappointment over the escalation of violence, emphasizing that damage caused by outside groups was not affiliated with the student protest.
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A peaceful protest organized by students in response to Yiannopoulos’ speaking event was interrupted by about 150 outside agitators who destroyed campus and city property, prompting the University of California Police Department to cancel the event about 6 p.m. Many students and campus administrators expressed disappointment over the escalation of violence, emphasizing that damage caused by outside groups was not affiliated with the student protest.
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About 100 students and community members marched from campus to Downtown Berkeley protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline on Sunday, in conclusion of an environmental justice conference held on campus over the weekend.
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About 100 students and community members marched from campus to Downtown Berkeley protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline on Sunday, in conclusion of an environmental justice conference held on campus over the weekend.
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After several nights of large and sometimes chaotic demonstrations in Oakland, about 100 people marched peacefully through Berkeley on Saturday night in protest of President-elect Donald Trump.
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After several nights of large and sometimes chaotic demonstrations in Oakland, about 100 people marched peacefully through Berkeley on Saturday night in protest of President-elect Donald Trump.
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Berkeley City Council voted eight in favor and one in abstention to adopt a multi-year contract with a developer that would provide financial assistance to facilitate the construction of a hotel development project and approved a wage theft prevention ordinance at its Tuesday meeting.
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Berkeley City Council voted eight in favor and one in abstention to adopt a multi-year contract with a developer that would provide financial assistance to facilitate the construction of a hotel development project and approved a wage theft prevention ordinance at its Tuesday meeting.
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