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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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Pastor Mike McBride of The Way Christian Center and co-founder of the Black Church PAC held an emergency meeting Saturday morning in response to “immediate threats” concerning gun violence and voting rights.
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Pastor Mike McBride of The Way Christian Center and co-founder of the Black Church PAC held an emergency meeting Saturday morning in response to “immediate threats” concerning gun violence and voting rights.
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The Center for Transportation and the Environment, or CTE, was awarded a grant by the California Air Resources Board and the California Energy Commission to finance the deployment of 30 Hyundai XCIENT Class 8 hydrogen fuel cell electric trucks.
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The Center for Transportation and the Environment, or CTE, was awarded a grant by the California Air Resources Board and the California Energy Commission to finance the deployment of 30 Hyundai XCIENT Class 8 hydrogen fuel cell electric trucks.
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The Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, arrested a 25-year-old Stockton man on suspicion of statutory rape after a missing 15-year-old girl was located in his home.
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The Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, arrested a 25-year-old Stockton man on suspicion of statutory rape after a missing 15-year-old girl was located in his home.
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Three suspects were arrested in Berkeley on suspicion of grand theft and possession of burglary tools, stolen property and controlled substances Wednesday.
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Three suspects were arrested in Berkeley on suspicion of grand theft and possession of burglary tools, stolen property and controlled substances Wednesday.
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Alongside the youngest roster in the Pac-12, Kelly will be thrust right into the fire. Points won’t be easy to come by, and every rebound will be a dogfight. Cal’s hopes for a successful season partly rest on his shoulders, but as someone who grew up idolizing the Bears, Kelly is excited for what’s to come.
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Alongside the youngest roster in the Pac-12, Kelly will be thrust right into the fire. Points won’t be easy to come by, and every rebound will be a dogfight. Cal’s hopes for a successful season partly rest on his shoulders, but as someone who grew up idolizing the Bears, Kelly is excited for what’s to come.
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Within one week, three separate Berkeley homicide cases saw major developments in the form of arrests and convictions.
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Within one week, three separate Berkeley homicide cases saw major developments in the form of arrests and convictions.
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On Thursday, as more than 100 people protesting the construction of a pipeline were arrested in North Dakota, people gathered in the Multicultural Community Center on campus to raise awareness of the struggle in North Dakota and share in what Native American performer Supaman called “the good medicine of laughter and hip hop and prayer.”
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On Thursday, as more than 100 people protesting the construction of a pipeline were arrested in North Dakota, people gathered in the Multicultural Community Center on campus to raise awareness of the struggle in North Dakota and share in what Native American performer Supaman called “the good medicine of laughter and hip hop and prayer.”
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On Jan. 16, police arrested Keivon Burnette on suspicion of murder in connection with a 2014 shooting in Berkeley, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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On Jan. 16, police arrested Keivon Burnette on suspicion of murder in connection with a 2014 shooting in Berkeley, as first reported by Berkeleyside.
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