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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
New species of whale discovered in fossils found in California

Finding fossils can be a fact of life for construction crews excavating in California. That's what happened when crews broke ground to begin the new Bay Area Calaveras Dam in 2013.

Police ask for help in teen girl's sexual assault in Berkeley

Police are asking for the public's help in locating a suspect who sexually assaulted and threatened a teen girl with a gun as she was walking alone Thursday morning, police said. The high school-aged teen girl was walking on the 1500 block of Addison Street Thursday between 11 to 11:30 a.m. when she was grabbed from behind, police said.

a Throttlea the raccoon rescued from under hood of vehicle in Emeryville

A baby raccoon that stopped traffic after climbing its way into the engine block area of an SUV waiting at a stoplight was rescued Friday morning by a veteran police lieutenant. Lt. Fred Dauer, a 22 1/2 year Emeryville veteran, said it was the first time he has rescued a raccoon, which was later named "Throttle" at the Berkeley Animal Shelter where it was taken.

Review: A 'Peach' of a Roald Dahl musical descends upon Berkeley

Things are looking grim for James Henry Trotter. The little boy's loving parents have been killed by a runaway rhinoceros and he's been sent to live with two cruel aunts who only keep him around for free labor.

Berkeley coffee shop Elmwood Cafe shuts downBerkeley coffee shop Elmwood Cafe shuts down

Berkeley coffee shop Elmwood Cafe appears to have closed, days after the business was brought back into the national spotlight amid national conversations regarding racial bias. The news was first reported by Berkeleyside early Friday morning in a story that included a photo of a note on the business' window announcing the closure.

New initiative launched to support goals of Human Cell Atlas

Uri Laserson, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Genetics and Genomics Sciences at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and collaborators have been awarded one of 85 grants announced today from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative DAF , an advised fund of Silicon Valley Community Foundation. The CZI grants totaling $15 million over one year are dedicated to research projects aimed at building tools and technologies to support the goals of Human Cell Atlas, a global effort to map every type of cell in the human body as a resource for medical research.

A Sea-Bus Future for the Bay Area?

The Heron, one of Tideline's small boats, is able to spin around in the small space of Pier 1.5 to return to Berkeley. All photos Streetsblog/Rudick unless noted "You're going to need a bigger boat," goes the famous line from Jaws .

E. Bay teacher who brought bazooka to class put on leave

A Berkeley teacher was placed on paid administrative leave after he had a deactivated bazooka in his classroom, officials said. The A Berkeley teacher was placed on paid administrative leave after he had a deactivated bazooka in his classroom, officials said.

Human 'sea nomads' can dive up to 13 minutes a " thanks to this DNA mutation, study finds

Southeast Asian Bajau 'sea nomads' have evolved larger spleens to allow them to dive longer, according to a study published in Cell by Cambridge, Berkeley and Copenhagen researchers. Southeast Asian Bajau 'sea nomads' have evolved larger spleens to allow them to dive longer, according to a study published in Cell by Cambridge, Berkeley and Copenhagen researchers.

University of California union votes for strike, commencement speakers urged to boycott

The union that says it represents more than 25,000 employees in the University of California system announced today that 97 percent of its members have voted to authorize a strike. The union also called today on speakers invited to participate at upcoming UC graduation events to support workers by boycotting university engagements until the labor dispute is resolved.

Coalition Describes How 7.0 Quake In East Bay Could Kill Hundreds

If an earthquake larger then the 6.9-magnitude 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake struck directly below the city of Oakland on the Hayward fault line late this afternoon, what kind of havoc would it wreak? Roughly 2,500 people could get trapped in the rubble and require rescue. An estimated 800 could die and another 18,000 could be severely injured in a scenario presented today by the Haywired Coalition, which includes more than 50 public agencies and institutions like the University of California at Berkeley.

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Democrats' Gentrification Problem

The nation's largest cities and metropolitan areas - home to a majority of Democratic voters - are at the forefront of the party's most vexing racial, ethnic and class conflicts. Last week, in an essay for CityLab, Richard Florida, a professor of urban planning at the University of Toronto, described how housing costs are driving the growing division between upwardly and downwardly mobile populations within Democratic ranks: The rise in housing inequality brings us face to face with a central paradox of today's increasingly urbanized form of capitalism.

An earthquake expert says there's one neighborhood in San...

There's a 76% chance that the Bay Area will experience a more severe earthquake than 1989's Loma Prieta temblor in the next three decades. On the 112th anniversary of the region's massive 1906 quake on April 18, it's a good time to consider what parts of the city are the most vulnerable to destruction.

A new UC Berkeley study shows not all Californians are opposed to Trump's border wall.

Nada Sarhan,14, participates in protest at San Jose City Hall on Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017, in San Jose, Calif. Nearly 200 protesters were upset with President Donald Trump's executive order banning citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the country.

'It's only a question of time': California is overdue for a massive earthquake

'It's only a question of time': California is overdue for a massive earthquake 112 years ago today, San Francisco instantly became a hellscape of rubble and ruin, thanks to a magnitude-7.9 earthquake and subsequent fire that killed thousands of people. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2qJmTv7 San Francisco instantly became a hellscape of rubble and ruin 112 years ago today, thanks to a magnitude-7.9 earthquake and subsequent fire that killed thousands of people.

2 jazz shows for the Black Lives Matter era come to SF Bay Area this weekend

From Louis Armstrong's 1929 recording of " Black and Blue" and the clarion 1960 project "We Insist! " through pianist Glenn Horiuchi's 1989 album "Manzanar Voices," jazz has long been in the vanguard of the struggle for freedom and racial justice. A rising generation of musicians has taken that legacy to heart, creating new works that speak to the urgent concerns behind movements like Black Lives Matter.

Novartis and Berkeley researchers team up to tackle the industry's toughest drug targets

In early 2017, John Tallarico and his team at Novartis started keeping tabs on intriguing research bubbling up in a handful of academic labs. Chemical biologists were reporting advances in a method for finding nooks and crannies on proteins for tethering drugs.

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