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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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Terry Wiley, current chief assistant district attorney in the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office, is running to lead the office as the first Black district attorney in county history.
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Terry Wiley, current chief assistant district attorney in the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office, is running to lead the office as the first Black district attorney in county history.
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BUS’ mission is to provide incarcerated, formerly incarcerated and system-impacted students with the opportunity to pursue higher education.
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BUS’ mission is to provide incarcerated, formerly incarcerated and system-impacted students with the opportunity to pursue higher education.
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Berkeley residents voted on eight city measures on their November ballots, with Measures FF, GG, II, JJ, KK, LL and MM passing, as of press time, while Measure HH appears to have failed to secure enough votes to pass.
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Berkeley residents voted on eight city measures on their November ballots, with Measures FF, GG, II, JJ, KK, LL and MM passing, as of press time, while Measure HH appears to have failed to secure enough votes to pass.
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Situated off Telegraph Avenue on Haste Street, People’s Park is a rich part of Berkeley’s history. The creation of the park was fueled by political activism in the 1960s, and the question of what to do with the site of the park has remained a contentious debate between activists and the campus for decades.
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Situated off Telegraph Avenue on Haste Street, People’s Park is a rich part of Berkeley’s history. The creation of the park was fueled by political activism in the 1960s, and the question of what to do with the site of the park has remained a contentious debate between activists and the campus for decades.
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Gov. Jerry Brown signed California SB 721 and SB 1465 this week, which were propelled by the 2015 balcony collapse in Berkeley that killed six people and injured seven.
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Gov. Jerry Brown signed California SB 721 and SB 1465 this week, which were propelled by the 2015 balcony collapse in Berkeley that killed six people and injured seven.
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Half of the city council could see a change come November, and there are fourteen people running in total for the four district seats.
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Half of the city council could see a change come November, and there are fourteen people running in total for the four district seats.
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One factor for many voters this November is a candidate’s endorsements. Individuals of local and national renown have weighed in on the slew of candidates vying for four Berkeley City Council seats in the Nov. 6 election.
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One factor for many voters this November is a candidate’s endorsements. Individuals of local and national renown have weighed in on the slew of candidates vying for four Berkeley City Council seats in the Nov. 6 election.
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Magofña’s platform primarily addresses what he calls the “two biggest crises” in Berkeley, which are the housing shortage and the climate crisis
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Magofña’s platform primarily addresses what he calls the “two biggest crises” in Berkeley, which are the housing shortage and the climate crisis
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Roberts, who had post-polio quadriplegia, decided to attend UC Berkeley in 1962 despite the fact that the campus had no accommodations for people with severe disabilities. His advocacy opened the school to more students with disabilities and created the Physically Disabled Student’s Program and then the Center for Independent Living.
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Roberts, who had post-polio quadriplegia, decided to attend UC Berkeley in 1962 despite the fact that the campus had no accommodations for people with severe disabilities. His advocacy opened the school to more students with disabilities and created the Physically Disabled Student’s Program and then the Center for Independent Living.
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After 14 years as mayor of Berkeley — the longest tenure in the city’s history — and 38 years of public office, Tom Bates, age 78, has decided to retire. It marks the end of a long career of public service that was punctuated with significant accomplishments that benefited many, from people with disabilities to Berkeley youth to local breweries and sports fanatics.
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After 14 years as mayor of Berkeley — the longest tenure in the city’s history — and 38 years of public office, Tom Bates, age 78, has decided to retire. It marks the end of a long career of public service that was punctuated with significant accomplishments that benefited many, from people with disabilities to Berkeley youth to local breweries and sports fanatics.
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