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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 20, 2022

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The Berkeley Police Department arrested a suspect in connection to the robbery via a rifle near Unit 2 on Sunday, according to a Nixle alert sent Tuesday.
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The Berkeley Police Department arrested a suspect in connection to the robbery via a rifle near Unit 2 on Sunday, according to a Nixle alert sent Tuesday.
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A new city-coordinated mobile COVID-19 testing site will open January 23 at San Pablo Park. The site will be operated by Curative and provide tests Sundays and Mondays until February 14.
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A new city-coordinated mobile COVID-19 testing site will open January 23 at San Pablo Park. The site will be operated by Curative and provide tests Sundays and Mondays until February 14.
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Berkeley resident Reginald Patillo was charged in federal court on Dec. 10 with possession of three handguns allegedly linked to a Memorial Day shooting investigation. 
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Berkeley resident Reginald Patillo was charged in federal court on Dec. 10 with possession of three handguns allegedly linked to a Memorial Day shooting investigation. 
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Five years after his death, the Berkeley Police Department is once again urging anyone with information about the unsolved murder of Alex Goodwin Jr. to come forward, according to a City of Berkeley press release. 
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Five years after his death, the Berkeley Police Department is once again urging anyone with information about the unsolved murder of Alex Goodwin Jr. to come forward, according to a City of Berkeley press release. 
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When the pandemic first took force, Bay Area companies Zenbooth and Gehl pivoted from business-as-usual to assist the medical field in advancing the fight against COVID-19.
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When the pandemic first took force, Bay Area companies Zenbooth and Gehl pivoted from business-as-usual to assist the medical field in advancing the fight against COVID-19.
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In a tight race, candidate Terry Taplin is leading against incumbent Cheryl Davila with 38.52% of the vote for the Berkeley City Council District 2 seat, as of press time.
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In a tight race, candidate Terry Taplin is leading against incumbent Cheryl Davila with 38.52% of the vote for the Berkeley City Council District 2 seat, as of press time.
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Intermittent statements from city officials denouncing gun violence exist, but Berkeley has a duty to its residents to revamp public safety initiatives.
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Intermittent statements from city officials denouncing gun violence exist, but Berkeley has a duty to its residents to revamp public safety initiatives.
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Berkeley Public Health announced Tuesday its two-day pilot of a COVID-19 test kiosk in which participants can swab their own mouths and place the samples in a receptacle under supervision.
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Berkeley Public Health announced Tuesday its two-day pilot of a COVID-19 test kiosk in which participants can swab their own mouths and place the samples in a receptacle under supervision.
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With Berkeley’s long history of student activism, it is no surprise that the younger generation of Berkeley residents is working to mitigate intraschool segregation through community events and partnerships with local Black-owned businesses.
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With Berkeley’s long history of student activism, it is no surprise that the younger generation of Berkeley residents is working to mitigate intraschool segregation through community events and partnerships with local Black-owned businesses.
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Banning facial recognition technology, yet considering exemptions for certain locations of said technology, is hypocritical, to say the least.
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Banning facial recognition technology, yet considering exemptions for certain locations of said technology, is hypocritical, to say the least.
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