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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Behind the hidden curtains of Cal women’s swim and dive, McKeever allegedly turned a competitive atmosphere into a haunting one, changing the tides of many people’s hopeful collegiate swim careers.
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Behind the hidden curtains of Cal women’s swim and dive, McKeever allegedly turned a competitive atmosphere into a haunting one, changing the tides of many people’s hopeful collegiate swim careers.
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Behind the trophies and national titles stands, perhaps, a different narrative for Cal swimmers.
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Behind the trophies and national titles stands, perhaps, a different narrative for Cal swimmers.
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Institutions from around the city of Berkeley are providing assistance to those in need this holiday season — filling hearts, minds and stomachs.
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Institutions from around the city of Berkeley are providing assistance to those in need this holiday season — filling hearts, minds and stomachs.
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After Berkeley Police Department officers examining parts of a partially untested rape kit, the Alameda County District Attorney’s office levied new charges earlier this month against Keith Asberry, who has already been arrested on suspicion of sexual assault and murder 
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After Berkeley Police Department officers examining parts of a partially untested rape kit, the Alameda County District Attorney’s office levied new charges earlier this month against Keith Asberry, who has already been arrested on suspicion of sexual assault and murder 
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During a visit to the city of Oakland on Thursday, a 54-year-old Berkeley resident allegedly assaulted California Gov. Gavin Newsom as Newsom sought to promote small businesses in light of the state's recent reopening. 
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During a visit to the city of Oakland on Thursday, a 54-year-old Berkeley resident allegedly assaulted California Gov. Gavin Newsom as Newsom sought to promote small businesses in light of the state's recent reopening. 
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Tensions mounted during Berkeley City Council’s first regular meeting Tuesday following the Nov. 3 elections as Councilmember Cheryl Davila made allegations about a coordinated effort to hurt her chances of reelection.
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Tensions mounted during Berkeley City Council’s first regular meeting Tuesday following the Nov. 3 elections as Councilmember Cheryl Davila made allegations about a coordinated effort to hurt her chances of reelection.
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On March 8, a group of reporters from the Bay Area News Group, or BANG, held a press conference in which the reporters denounced the business practices of BANG's corporate management, a hedge fund called Alden Global Capital.
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On March 8, a group of reporters from the Bay Area News Group, or BANG, held a press conference in which the reporters denounced the business practices of BANG's corporate management, a hedge fund called Alden Global Capital.
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Nearly 30 reporters and staff at the East Bay Times and the Mercury News accepted buyouts from parent company Bay Area News Group, or BANG, last week, with more layoffs expected.
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Nearly 30 reporters and staff at the East Bay Times and the Mercury News accepted buyouts from parent company Bay Area News Group, or BANG, last week, with more layoffs expected.
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Newsroom diversity (in every sense of the word) is paramount not only to quality — fair and thorough sourcing and reporting — but also a sense of belonging.
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Newsroom diversity (in every sense of the word) is paramount not only to quality — fair and thorough sourcing and reporting — but also a sense of belonging.
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When faceless hedge funds take over local newspapers and impose drastic staffing cuts, employed reporters aren’t the only ones who suffer — the community does too. Without more active financial support for local publications, residents will be forced to see the quality of their news coverage decrease significantly.
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When faceless hedge funds take over local newspapers and impose drastic staffing cuts, employed reporters aren’t the only ones who suffer — the community does too. Without more active financial support for local publications, residents will be forced to see the quality of their news coverage decrease significantly.
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