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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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A veteran of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, Yesenia Sanchez is running for Alameda County sheriff based on accountability and community engagement.
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A veteran of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, Yesenia Sanchez is running for Alameda County sheriff based on accountability and community engagement.
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For Bill Stewart, a forestry and cooperative extension specialist at UC Berkeley, finding massive herds of goats chomping on dry vegetation in Berkeley has been a regular occurrence for the last 40 years.
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For Bill Stewart, a forestry and cooperative extension specialist at UC Berkeley, finding massive herds of goats chomping on dry vegetation in Berkeley has been a regular occurrence for the last 40 years.
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Gov. Newsom signed 22 bills for wildfire mitigation and preparedness efforts Wednesday, building on $1 billion allocated for wildfire investment. 
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Gov. Newsom signed 22 bills for wildfire mitigation and preparedness efforts Wednesday, building on $1 billion allocated for wildfire investment. 
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In this year’s homeless point-in-time count, it was reported that 1,108 persons currently experience homelessness in the city of Berkeley, an increase of 14 percent since the last count in 2017.
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In this year’s homeless point-in-time count, it was reported that 1,108 persons currently experience homelessness in the city of Berkeley, an increase of 14 percent since the last count in 2017.
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At Saint Antonius Coptic Orthodox Church’s King Tut Festival in Hayward, Egyptian food and music are essential in sharing culture and forming community.
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At Saint Antonius Coptic Orthodox Church’s King Tut Festival in Hayward, Egyptian food and music are essential in sharing culture and forming community.
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The 510 area code is expected to run out of prefixes, or the first three numbers after the area code, by “the second quarter of 2019.”
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The 510 area code is expected to run out of prefixes, or the first three numbers after the area code, by “the second quarter of 2019.”
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Six police departments sent SWAT teams to serve warrants for people responsible for a series of cell phone store robberies in the East Bay.
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Six police departments sent SWAT teams to serve warrants for people responsible for a series of cell phone store robberies in the East Bay.
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Gov. Jerry Brown announced Friday that he had granted a pardon to Daniel Maher, the recycling program director at Berkeley's Ecology Center, along with 55 other people.
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Gov. Jerry Brown announced Friday that he had granted a pardon to Daniel Maher, the recycling program director at Berkeley's Ecology Center, along with 55 other people.
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The UC Berkeley Office of Emergency Management is set to lose 50 percent of its staff because of cuts.
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The UC Berkeley Office of Emergency Management is set to lose 50 percent of its staff because of cuts.
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In Berkeley, there has come to be a sort of timelessness to a smoke-shrouded sky. Though California weather regularly lends a great number of fires to the golden hills during its drier seasons, large-scale infernos are far and between. When they do happen, they are remembered.
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In Berkeley, there has come to be a sort of timelessness to a smoke-shrouded sky. Though California weather regularly lends a great number of fires to the golden hills during its drier seasons, large-scale infernos are far and between. When they do happen, they are remembered.
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