Councilmembers hope to create a more dependable source of parks funding. But polling suggests that voters may no longer trust the city on taxes.
by Steven Tavares | Oct 15, 2019
Weekly "cleanings" by transportation agency draw a comparison to whack-a-mole, causing the city to confront its encampment problem under scrutiny from critics.
by Jade Yamazaki Stewart | Oct 8, 2019
The story of three brothers evicted from their family home show the difficulties this population faces in the East Bay.
by Jade Yamazaki Stewart | Oct 2, 2019
A member of Berkeley's Police Review Commission has resigned over the body's structural deficiencies. And a possible fix has been bogged down in negotiations with the police union for over a year.
by Scott Morris | Sep 24, 2019
The city council president's questions about college scholarship initiative come as mayor's initiative undergoes an internal reorganization.
by Steven Tavares | Sep 17, 2019