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For its size, Berkeley is one of California's safest cities for pedestrians and cyclists. Due to having one the highest percentages of bicycle and pedestrian commuting in the nation, Berkeley manages a separate grid of major streets for bicycles, called Bicycle Boulevards, with bicycle lanes and less car traffic than the major streets they frequently parallel.

Population: 102743
Local Newspapers: Oakland Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Athletics (MLB) Oakland Raiders (NFL) Golden State Warriors (NBA)
Local Colleges: University of California (Berkeley) Berkeley City College

Zip Codes associated with berkeley, california: 94702 94703 94704 94705 94707 94708 94709 94710 96142
Towns/Cities near berkeley, california : Albany Golden Gate Bushrod Emeryville

Berkeley News
Pension Reform Newsletter - May 2017

This newsletter from Reason Foundation's Pension Integrity Project highlights articles, research, opinion, and other information related to public pension challenges and reform efforts across the nation. You can find previous editions here .

Berkeley briefs: Elmwood theater hosting film premiere

A red carpet premiere of the film "The American Dream" hosted by filmmaker and Oakland native Marcus D. Spencer, will be held June 7 at the Rialto Cinemas Elmwood A red carpet premiere of the film "The American Dream" hosted by filmmaker and Oakland native Marcus D. Spencer, will be held June 7 at the Rialto Cinemas Elmwood, 2966 College Ave. The film tells "the story of two all-star football players and their dream for fame and fortune," and stars Gian Shaw, Spencer and comedians Hannibal Thompson and Johnny Harris, Yeena Fisher and Ahku. This film is directed by Robert Wakamatsu.

Former professor arrested in beatings at California rally

In this April 15, 2017 file photo, anti President Donald Trump protesters clash with Trump supporters during competing demonstrations at Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park in Berkeley, Calif. Authorities say a former San Francisco Bay Area junior college professor has been arrested for allegedly beating three people during violent clashes between supporters and detractors of President Donald Trump last month.

Former professor is arrested in beatings at Berkeley rally

Authorities say a former San Francisco Bay Area junior college professor has been arrested for allegedly beating three people during violent clashes between supporters and detractors of President Trump last month. Berkeley Police Lt.

Former professor arrested in beatings at California rally

In this April 15, 2017 file photo, anti President Donald Trump protesters clash with Trump supporters during competing demonstrations at Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park in Berkeley, Calif. Authorities say a former San Francisco Bay Area junior college professor has been arrested for allegedly beating three people during violent clashes between supporters and detractors of President Donald Trump last month.

Trump's economic agenda would deepen an already pressing social crisis

Trump's campaign speeches were littered with attacks on Wall Street bankers and hedge fund managers, who the candidate accused of robbing workers of the American dream. Yet rather than kicking off his economic agenda with worker-friendly policies that bolster poor- and middle-class Americans, like a fiscal stimulus or infrastructure spending, Trump is pushing for policies that, if implemented, would deepen an already destabilizing gap between the rich and poor that have polarized American politics to the point of paralysis.

A public university refused to pay for an antiabortion speaker. Now students are suing.

Self-proclaimed white nationalist Richard Spencer spoke at Auburn University Tuesday, April 18. His visit sparked protests that turned violent and led to three arrests. Universities that have been visited by incendiary speakers in recent months have experienced similar scenes: mobs of protesters working to disrupt the speeches or shut them down.

Exclusive - Adam Carolla and Dennis Prager Talk Smashing the...

Dennis Prager believes it could take decades to undo the damage done to American universities by the institutional left, if it can ever be undone at all - but that doesn't mean he won't pitch in on the effort. The nationally syndicated radio host has partnered with comedian and podcaster Adam Carolla on a new film, No Safe Spaces , that will explore and then pick apart the culture of political correctness - and the left's suppression of differing viewpoints and open debate - that has metastasized on college campuses throughout the country.

How a big customer could ruin your company

AJ Shankar and Jeff Friedman wanted to provide law firms , corporate legal departments, and government agencies with a better way to prioritize, organize, and access evidence data. In 2011, the duo launched Everlaw, a document-discovery service that relies on cloud storage .

Police Arrest Berkeley Professor Accused Of 'Bike Lock' Assault

Police arrested a former professor Wednesday who allegedly used a bike lock to assault a man at an April rally in Berkeley, Calif. After 4Chan identified Eric Clanton, a man who taught at Diablo Valley College in California, as the perpetrator behind an assault at an April 15 Trump rally, police placed him in custody, according to the East Bay Times .

Childrena s author explores pain of ALS in graphic novel for grown-ups

Children's author and illustrator Marissa Moss shows original drawings from her latest book "Last Things: A Graphic Memoir of Loss and Love," at her home in Berkeley, Calif., on Thursday, May 4, 2017. The book recounts her family's struggle as her husband Harvey Stahl slowly died from amyotrophic laterals sclerosis .

Some Uber and Lyft riders are giving up their own cars: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Wally Nowinski got his first car when he turned 16 in Michigan, the home of the U.S. auto industry. But after two years of living in New York City, he sold his wheels, using ride services, carsharing and bike sharing to get around.

Study shows telomere shortening in youth with higher pollution exposure

Children and teens exposed to high levels of traffic-related air pollution have evidence of a specific type of DNA damage called telomere shortening, reports a study in the May Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine . Young people with asthma also have evidence of telomere shortening, according to the preliminary research by John R. Balmes, MD, of University of California, Berkeley, and colleagues.

Meet the Most Nimble-Fingered Robot Yet

Inside a brightly decorated lab at the University of California, Berkeley, an ordinary-looking robot has developed an exceptional knack for picking up awkward and unusual objects. What's stunning, though, is that the robot got so good at grasping by working with virtual objects.

Berkeley professor fired for violating sex misconduct code

The University of California, Berkeley says it has fired an assistant professor who violated the university's sexual misconduct code. It says Assistant Professor Blake Wentworth, who worked in the Department of South and Southeast Asian Studies, was dismissed Wednesday after an investigation into claims he sexually harassed four students.

Why yes, those are robot delivery minions at UC Berkeley

UC Berkeley has a new on-demand delivery service. Unlike any of its predecessors however, this one relies on robots.

Boy Scouts bring budding parklet to bloom over Berkeleya s upper Solano Avenue

The new parklet, near Zachary's Pizza and Pegasus Books, widens the sidewalk and provides a place to sit and observe. Myles Halpern from the Berkeley's Boy Scout Troop 6, works on one of the trash boxes as part of a new parklet on Solano Avenue in Berkeley, Calif., Saturday, May 13, 2017.

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