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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

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Berkeley police parade contingent's $10,000 cost was 'appropriate use of resources'

San Francisco Police Chief William Scott and Berkeley Police Chief Andrew Greenwood wait for the San Francisco Pride parade to start in this photo tweeted by Greenwood on June 25, 2017. Thus tweeted Berkeley Police Chief Andrew Greenwood at the head of a 12-member contingent from the Berkeley Police Department at the San Francisco Pride parade on June 25. The exercise cost Berkeley taxpayers a little over $10,000 in staff time.

UC Berkeley chancellor unveils 'Free Speech Year' as right-wing speakers plan campus events

Carol Christ, UC Berkeley's first female chancellor, unveiled plans for "Free Speech Year" as right-wing speakers plan campus events this fall. Carol Christ, UC Berkeley's first female chancellor, unveiled plans for "Free Speech Year" as right-wing speakers plan campus events this fall.

Wow! anniversary finds SETI search ongoing: Wheeler

A 1983 file photo of Ohio State University's "Big Ear" radio telescope where, 40 years ago this week, scientists searching for signs of intelligent life in outer space detected the still-debated Wow! signal. A recent assessment attributed the signal to hydrogen clouds from two comets but Edd Wheeler writes in the op-ed below that Jerry Ehman, the astronomer who famously named the moment with his "Wow!" notation on the printout, is not ruling anything out.

Borenstein: Bigots are coming to the Bay Area. Just ignore them.

Hundreds of white nationalists, neo-Nazis and members of the "alt-right" march down East Market Street toward Lee Park during the "United the Right" rally August 12, 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia. After clashes with anti-facist protesters and police the rally was declared an unlawful gathering and people were forced out of Lee Park, where a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee is slated to be removed.

Berkeley white supremacist electrician out of a job

A Berkeley man who was scheduled to speak at last weekend's white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., has become the second Bay Area resident to lose his job as a result of his connection to the violence-marred event. John Ramondetta, known as Johnny Monoxide on white supremacist and neo-Nazi social media sites, was a union electrician working in the Bay Area on a project for Rosendin Electric, a national outfit.

Berkeley white supremacist electrician out of a job after Virginia rally

A Berkeley man who was scheduled to speak at last weekend's white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., has become the second Bay Area resident to lose his job as a result of his connection to the violence-marred event. John Ramondetta, known as Johnny Monoxide on white supremacist and neo-Nazi social media sites, was a union electrician working in the Bay Area on a project for Rosendin Electric, a national outfit.

Marian C. Diamond, 90, Student of the Brain, Is Dead

Marian C. Diamond, a neuroscientist who overturned long-held beliefs by showing that environmental factors can change the structure of the brain and that the brain continues to develop throughout one's life, died on July 25 at her home in Oakland, Calif. She was 90. Dr. Diamond's most celebrated study was of the preserved brain of Albert Einstein, in the 1980s, but it was her work two decades earlier, at the University of California, Berkeley, that had the most lasting impact.

Target holds job fair ahead of Berkeley store opening

Retail giant Target held a job fair Tuesday en route to hiring about 70 people for a new small-format store on Berkeley's University Avenue. The new Berkeley store, at 1414 University Ave. at Acton Street, will open Nov. 8, Target said in a press release from publicist Erin Talbert-Brust of Hill+Knowlton Strategies.

The Biggest C: Cal students set Guinness world record for largest human letter at Memorial Stadium

The California Golden Bears are back in session, not just on the football field, but in the classroom. Fall semester began this week at UC Berkeley.

Weathering the violence caused by climate change

With India experiencing its worst drought in 140 years, Indian farmers have taken to the streets. At a protest in Madhya Pradesh this summer, police opened fire on farmers demanding debt relief and better crop prices, killing five.

Police seek UC Berkeley campus assault suspect

Police are asking for the public's help in finding a suspect who assaulted a woman on the University of California campus Monday night. Around 7:50 p.m. Monday, University of California police responded to a report of an assault in the campus' Eucalyptus Grove at its West Crescent near Oxford and Center streets.

Amazon Instant Pickup lets you grab an order in 2 minutes

It's kind of like a store, if the store was a self-service locker and you needed to use an app to buy something. Amazon on Tuesday launched Instant Pickup , a new program for its Prime members, CNET reported .

The Latest: Berkeley Republicans say Shapiro hall too costly

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee listens to questions during a news conference at City Hall Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017, in San Francisco. San Francisco's mayor is calling on federal officials to reject or significantly modify permission for a right-wing political organization called Patriot Prayer to hold a rally in the city on Aug. 26. The National Park Service told the organization its permit to hold a three-hour rally on San Francisco's Crissy Field was approved last week, before the violent encounters in Virginia last weekend.

Interview: International students should be more alert: UC Berkeley police officer

As American universities will start the new school year in weeks, concerns are raising over safety of international students who will face a new American setting filled with unfamiliar risks and even threats. From his understanding, officer Wade MacAdam, who works with UC Berkeley Police Department's Safety Programs, expected international students to be more alert, not only on surroundings but on personal property as well, as they are more likely to be "easy target."

Indulge your sweet side at Berkeley Chocolate and Chalk Art Festival

Artists of all ages, amateur and professional, will dress the sidewalks of the Ghourmet Ghetto in chalk at the sweets-,drinks- and music-livened 2017 Chocolate & Chalk Art Festival. The festival will extend along Shattuck Avenue from from Rose Street to Hearst Avenue, six blocks north of the Downtown Berkeley BART station, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 27. Artists who register with the festival will be assigned sidewalk space to create their drawings.

Climbing company to buy Berkeley's Oaks Theatre and turn it

Touchstone Climbing, the company behind Ironworks and other gyms around California, plans to purchase the Oaks Theatre in Berkeley and turn it into a climbing facility. Touchstone Climbing, the company behind Ironworks and other gyms around California, plans to purchase the Oaks Theatre in Berkeley and turn it into a climbing facility.

5 researchers share $500,000 prize for work on gene editing

Five researchers will share a $500,000 medical prize for their roles in developing a groundbreaking, gene-editing tool that lets scientists alter the DNA of living cells. The recipients of the Albany Medical Center Prize in Medicine and Biomedical Research announced Tuesday are being recognized for their accomplishments related to the development of the tool, called CRISPR-Cas9.

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