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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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U.S. District Judge William Alsup sided with the City of Berkeley on April 16 against claims that three women arrested during Berkeley Police Department’s removal of a homeless encampment in 2016 were victims of police brutality or police retaliation.
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U.S. District Judge William Alsup sided with the City of Berkeley on April 16 against claims that three women arrested during Berkeley Police Department’s removal of a homeless encampment in 2016 were victims of police brutality or police retaliation.
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As the Police Review Commission, or PRC, seeks to fulfill its task as Berkeley’s main police oversight body, it continues to face criticism from the community and grapples with its limited power.
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As the Police Review Commission, or PRC, seeks to fulfill its task as Berkeley’s main police oversight body, it continues to face criticism from the community and grapples with its limited power.
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In February 2018, former Berkeley City Council candidate and activist Nanci Armstrong-Temple was restrained and arrested by Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, officers while helping to move a homeless encampment in front of Old City Hall — an act she referred to as “outside of the law and definitely outside of human decency.”
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In February 2018, former Berkeley City Council candidate and activist Nanci Armstrong-Temple was restrained and arrested by Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, officers while helping to move a homeless encampment in front of Old City Hall — an act she referred to as “outside of the law and definitely outside of human decency.”
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The homeless encampment at Old City Hall was disbanded early Thursday morning by Berkeley officials, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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The homeless encampment at Old City Hall was disbanded early Thursday morning by Berkeley officials, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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At a meeting on Tuesday, June 27 City Council passed the 2018 budget, unanimously voting on about $425 million in net appropriations.
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At a meeting on Tuesday, June 27 City Council passed the 2018 budget, unanimously voting on about $425 million in net appropriations.
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The California Office of Traffic Safety, or OTS, awarded the grant to BPD in order to implement a variety of year-long pedestrian safety educational programs for community members.
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The California Office of Traffic Safety, or OTS, awarded the grant to BPD in order to implement a variety of year-long pedestrian safety educational programs for community members.
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The final unofficial tally showed that Davila had about 51 percent of the vote, compared to Moore’s approximately 49 percent after a round of ranked-choice voting redistributed Nanci Armstrong-Temple's votes.
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The final unofficial tally showed that Davila had about 51 percent of the vote, compared to Moore’s approximately 49 percent after a round of ranked-choice voting redistributed Nanci Armstrong-Temple's votes.
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A homeless encampment adjacent to Civic Center was disbanded by a city order Thursday resulting in the arrest of one civilian, homeless activist Mike Zint.
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A homeless encampment adjacent to Civic Center was disbanded by a city order Thursday resulting in the arrest of one civilian, homeless activist Mike Zint.
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In contrast to an unexpected national election outcome, Berkeley’s local elections resulted in a victory for the progressive agenda.
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In contrast to an unexpected national election outcome, Berkeley’s local elections resulted in a victory for the progressive agenda.
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Both incumbents up for election, Darryl Moore and Susan Wengraf, held out in Tuesday night’s city council elections for Districts 2 and 6, while newcomers Ben Bartlett and Sophie Hahn will take over in Districts 3 and 5.
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Both incumbents up for election, Darryl Moore and Susan Wengraf, held out in Tuesday night’s city council elections for Districts 2 and 6, while newcomers Ben Bartlett and Sophie Hahn will take over in Districts 3 and 5.
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