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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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California Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB 2147, “The Freedom to Walk Act,” to decriminalize jaywalking in California and mitigate racial bias in law enforcement on Friday.
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California Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB 2147, “The Freedom to Walk Act,” to decriminalize jaywalking in California and mitigate racial bias in law enforcement on Friday.
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The tallest building built in the city of Berkeley in half a century has completed construction: a 331-room Marriott hotel on Center Street in Downtown.
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The tallest building built in the city of Berkeley in half a century has completed construction: a 331-room Marriott hotel on Center Street in Downtown.
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Crave Subs, a popular sandwich shop in Berkeley, recently opened its new location on Shattuck Avenue after relocating from Center Street.
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Crave Subs, a popular sandwich shop in Berkeley, recently opened its new location on Shattuck Avenue after relocating from Center Street.
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Berkeley city officials, the Bagai family and others unveiled the renamed Kala Bagai Way on Thursday, the first street in Berkeley to be named after an Asian immigrant.
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Berkeley city officials, the Bagai family and others unveiled the renamed Kala Bagai Way on Thursday, the first street in Berkeley to be named after an Asian immigrant.
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The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office charged 28-year-old Britoria Stanley after their alleged robbery and assault of a UC Berkeley student on campus Sept. 7, according to a UCPD community advisory sent Wednesday.
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The Alameda County District Attorney’s Office charged 28-year-old Britoria Stanley after their alleged robbery and assault of a UC Berkeley student on campus Sept. 7, according to a UCPD community advisory sent Wednesday.
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In the early 1900s, Kala Bagai and her family were driven out of the city of Berkeley by racism, but last Tuesday, Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to name a street located in the heart of Berkeley after her.
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In the early 1900s, Kala Bagai and her family were driven out of the city of Berkeley by racism, but last Tuesday, Berkeley City Council voted unanimously to name a street located in the heart of Berkeley after her.
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Kala Bagai was one of the first South Asian women on the West Coast, moving to the Bay Area with her family in 1915 from present-day Pakistan, and now, a street in the heart of Berkeley will likely be named after her.
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Kala Bagai was one of the first South Asian women on the West Coast, moving to the Bay Area with her family in 1915 from present-day Pakistan, and now, a street in the heart of Berkeley will likely be named after her.
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Protesters demonstrated outside of Berkeley Police Department headquarters in support of Black Lives Matter on Monday, after which vandalism was reported.
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Protesters demonstrated outside of Berkeley Police Department headquarters in support of Black Lives Matter on Monday, after which vandalism was reported.
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Berkeley will paint “Black Lives Matter” on a city street in support of the Black Lives Matter movement after the approval of an emergency item agenda at Tuesday's City Council meeting.
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Berkeley will paint “Black Lives Matter” on a city street in support of the Black Lives Matter movement after the approval of an emergency item agenda at Tuesday's City Council meeting.
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On March 6, the city of Berkeley gave notice of violation of PC 647e, or lodging on public property, to the residents of the "Here There" encampment.
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On March 6, the city of Berkeley gave notice of violation of PC 647e, or lodging on public property, to the residents of the "Here There" encampment.
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