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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 27, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!
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PG&E has been allowed to have an electrical monopoly over much of California, proving exactly why private monopolies should not be allowed
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PG&E has been allowed to have an electrical monopoly over much of California, proving exactly why private monopolies should not be allowed
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Lawmakers cannot foist all the blame onto PG&E, nor can utility reforms alone protect the state. In the past three years, Californians have witnessed the two largest fires in state history.
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Lawmakers cannot foist all the blame onto PG&E, nor can utility reforms alone protect the state. In the past three years, Californians have witnessed the two largest fires in state history.
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On June 30, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed SB 350, a bill that will hold PG&E to higher safety standards.
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On June 30, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed SB 350, a bill that will hold PG&E to higher safety standards.
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Berkeley Fire Department reported a gas leak on San Pablo Avenue on Friday around 10:20 a.m. Shortly after, PG&E secured the gas leak and the roadway was reopened.
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Berkeley Fire Department reported a gas leak on San Pablo Avenue on Friday around 10:20 a.m. Shortly after, PG&E secured the gas leak and the roadway was reopened.
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After a series of Public Safety Power Shutoff events that left many without power in 2019, PG&E decided to take a different approach to wildfire mitigation.
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After a series of Public Safety Power Shutoff events that left many without power in 2019, PG&E decided to take a different approach to wildfire mitigation.
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Individuals living in Allston and Stadium Place apartments have experienced significant increases in their utility bills this past year.
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Individuals living in Allston and Stadium Place apartments have experienced significant increases in their utility bills this past year.
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The city of Berkeley hosted a virtual forum Thursday to discuss the upcoming fire season and wildfire prevention efforts amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The city of Berkeley hosted a virtual forum Thursday to discuss the upcoming fire season and wildfire prevention efforts amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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It’s time to celebrate the end of our journey — with our family, over the phone with our friends and together at our makeup commencement ceremony.
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It’s time to celebrate the end of our journey — with our family, over the phone with our friends and together at our makeup commencement ceremony.
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Faced with smoke from forest fires and days without power, UC Berkeley developed an evolving plan to maintain classes through alternative modes of instruction, allowing students to keep learning in the midst of environmental challenges.
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Faced with smoke from forest fires and days without power, UC Berkeley developed an evolving plan to maintain classes through alternative modes of instruction, allowing students to keep learning in the midst of environmental challenges.
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PG&E and the California Foundation for Independent Living Centers collaborated to create the Disability Disaster Access and Resources program to support vulnerable customers in the event of a Public Safety Power Shutoff.
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PG&E and the California Foundation for Independent Living Centers collaborated to create the Disability Disaster Access and Resources program to support vulnerable customers in the event of a Public Safety Power Shutoff.
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