BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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The League of Women Voters for Berkeley, Albany and Emeryville hosted a panel Thursday with local representatives to discuss public safety and gun violence.
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The League of Women Voters for Berkeley, Albany and Emeryville hosted a panel Thursday with local representatives to discuss public safety and gun violence.
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Firestone Complete Auto Care reached a $4 million settlement with prosecutors Friday over allegations that the business maintained unlawful waste management practices at 183 locations across California.
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Firestone Complete Auto Care reached a $4 million settlement with prosecutors Friday over allegations that the business maintained unlawful waste management practices at 183 locations across California.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed SB 22 into law, a bill requiring law enforcement agencies and forensic laboratories in California to promptly test all newly collected rape kits.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed SB 22 into law, a bill requiring law enforcement agencies and forensic laboratories in California to promptly test all newly collected rape kits.
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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced an $11 million settlement against AutoZone Inc. on Tuesday for violating state laws regarding the placement of hazardous waste and mishandling customer information.
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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced an $11 million settlement against AutoZone Inc. on Tuesday for violating state laws regarding the placement of hazardous waste and mishandling customer information.
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During the event, the organizers educated the community about elder justice issues, advocated for seniors in long-term care facilities at their booth, and relaunched ACSSA's public service announcement film “Don’t Worry Mom” as part of their campaign.
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During the event, the organizers educated the community about elder justice issues, advocated for seniors in long-term care facilities at their booth, and relaunched ACSSA's public service announcement film “Don’t Worry Mom” as part of their campaign.
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On Tuesday, District Attorney of Alameda County Nancy O’Malley declined to charge a driver who ran over a person lying on the sidewalk during a protest near People's Park on Jan. 22, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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On Tuesday, District Attorney of Alameda County Nancy O’Malley declined to charge a driver who ran over a person lying on the sidewalk during a protest near People's Park on Jan. 22, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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The California Senate Public Safety Committee passed SB 22 — also known as the “Sexual Assault Victims’ DNA Bill of Rights” — on Tuesday, according to a press release by District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, who co-sponsored the legislation.
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The California Senate Public Safety Committee passed SB 22 — also known as the “Sexual Assault Victims’ DNA Bill of Rights” — on Tuesday, according to a press release by District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, who co-sponsored the legislation.
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The documents released this week about Kayla Moore’s death in 2013 merely reminded Berkeley community members — once again — of the complete lack of power that police oversight commissions have.
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The documents released this week about Kayla Moore’s death in 2013 merely reminded Berkeley community members — once again — of the complete lack of power that police oversight commissions have.
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In 2014, Berkeley’s Police Review Commission found that one officer involved in the 2013 in-custody death of Kayla Moore exercised improper police procedure. But documents recently obtained by The Daily Californian through a Public Records Act request show that a judge disagreed with the commission’s findings months later, calling its logic “fallacious.”
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In 2014, Berkeley’s Police Review Commission found that one officer involved in the 2013 in-custody death of Kayla Moore exercised improper police procedure. But documents recently obtained by The Daily Californian through a Public Records Act request show that a judge disagreed with the commission’s findings months later, calling its logic “fallacious.”
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Chin, a longtime Alameda County resident, filled the seat that was vacant after the retirement of former judge Vernon Nakahara. Since 2004, Chin worked as the deputy district attorney at the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office.
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Chin, a longtime Alameda County resident, filled the seat that was vacant after the retirement of former judge Vernon Nakahara. Since 2004, Chin worked as the deputy district attorney at the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office.
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