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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

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The city of Berkeley has announced that one resident tested positive, and campus canceled in-person classes. Here’s how Berkeley is handling the coronavirus.
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The city of Berkeley has announced that one resident tested positive, and campus canceled in-person classes. Here’s how Berkeley is handling the coronavirus.
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With a fire in Butte County reddening the Berkeley skies and a blaze in Oakland prompting full response from its fire department, Berkeley Fire Department is sending engines for support.
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With a fire in Butte County reddening the Berkeley skies and a blaze in Oakland prompting full response from its fire department, Berkeley Fire Department is sending engines for support.
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The UC Regents have sued the Federal Emergency Management Agency for cutting millions in fire prevention funding previously allocated to the East Bay Hills.
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The UC Regents have sued the Federal Emergency Management Agency for cutting millions in fire prevention funding previously allocated to the East Bay Hills.
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In celebration of its 2017 NBA championship victory, the Golden State Warriors, along with the City of Oakland, will host a parade and rally in downtown Oakland on Thursday. Public transportation, such as BART and AC Transit, have been busy preparing for the large crowds with planned street closures and expected heavy ridership.
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In celebration of its 2017 NBA championship victory, the Golden State Warriors, along with the City of Oakland, will host a parade and rally in downtown Oakland on Thursday. Public transportation, such as BART and AC Transit, have been busy preparing for the large crowds with planned street closures and expected heavy ridership.
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The U.S. Department of Transportation announced Thursday a $6.3 million grant to the "Go Uptown" project — an initiative to upgrade the 19th Street BART station along with several blocks along 20th Street in Oakland.
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The U.S. Department of Transportation announced Thursday a $6.3 million grant to the "Go Uptown" project — an initiative to upgrade the 19th Street BART station along with several blocks along 20th Street in Oakland.
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Oakland Vice Mayor Annie Washington announced plans Thursday to try to implement a tax on sugar-sweetened beverage distributors in the city of Oakland — more than a year after Berkeley made history as the first city in the country to pass a similar tax.
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Oakland Vice Mayor Annie Washington announced plans Thursday to try to implement a tax on sugar-sweetened beverage distributors in the city of Oakland — more than a year after Berkeley made history as the first city in the country to pass a similar tax.
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Environmentalists shed their clothing Saturday morning on campus to rally against what they see as plans to cut down an estimated 450,000 trees in the East Bay hills.
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Environmentalists shed their clothing Saturday morning on campus to rally against what they see as plans to cut down an estimated 450,000 trees in the East Bay hills.
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Between 1923 and 1991 the East Bay Hills have seen an estimated 15 major blazes. The 1991 firestorm destroyed over 3500 homes and cost more than $1.5 billion.
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Between 1923 and 1991 the East Bay Hills have seen an estimated 15 major blazes. The 1991 firestorm destroyed over 3500 homes and cost more than $1.5 billion.
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