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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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Man dies after canoe overturns in Berkeley Marina

A sailboat cuts through the reflection of the sun as it heads into the Berkeley Marina, on Tuesday Jan. 24, 2017, in Berkeley, Calif. A sailboat cuts through the reflection of the sun as it heads into the Berkeley Marina, on Tuesday Jan. 24, 2017, in Berkeley, Calif.

Frozen Rat Kidney Shipping Container: The incredibly bounty of the NIH's 3D printables repository

The National Institutes of Health maintain a 3D Print Exchange , a kind of miniature Thingiverse for open-licensed, 3D printable objects for teaching and practicing public health. On Hackaday, Elliot Williams shares his favorite finds from the Exchange, including prosthetics, lab equipment, 3D models of proteins, and, of course, the Frozen Rat Kidney Shipping Container .

All around the world, humans are turning other mammals into night owls

To continue reading this premium story, you need to become a member. Click below to take advantage of an exclusive offer for new members: Human encroachment is pushing wild mammals all over the globe to increasingly become creatures of the night, moving their daytime activities toward the darker hours, a new study finds.

To avoid pesky humans, animals do the night shift

Humans, it turns out, can annoy more than just one another. In fact, some animal populations are escaping their Homo sapien cohabitants by sleeping more during the day, a new study finds.

Roundtables: Recruiting Pitch.

LB Blake Antzoulatos, QB Spencer Brasch, OL/DL Ben Coleman all committed to the Bears the past couple of weeks. So let's play recruiter for a second.

City of Berkeley and SEIU Dodge Strike

A strike was averted in Berkeley when city administrators today agreed to wage and safety measures with nearly 600 union workers, union officials said. Clerical and maintenance workers with the Service Employees International Union Local 1021 reached a tentative 2-year contract agreement before the 600 workers and 400 supporters walked off the job.

Hearing date set for man charged in Solano judge, DA threats case

Six months after being sent to a secured state mental hospital, a 33-year-old man who sent a letter to a prosecutor threatening him with execution by a Russian firing squad made a brief court appearance Friday. Anatoly Smolkin was deemed mentally incompetent in 2017.

Judge: Californians can once again use aid-in-dying drugs

Dr. Lonny Shavelson is photographed at his home in Berkeley, Calif., on Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Shavelson is a palliative care doctor who assists patients who are using the state's End of Life Option Act, which is now on hold after the Riverside Superior Court struck it down.

Suspect Charged With Attempted Murder For Wednesday Shooting

A 75-year-old man was charged today with premeditated attempted murder and assault with a semi-automatic firearm for allegedly shooting his 39-year-old tenant in Berkeley on Wednesday morning, police and prosecutors said. Herman Little of Berkeley was arrested about two hours after the shooting, which occurred in the 2100 block of Essex Street shortly before 11:30 a.m. Berkeley police spokesman Officer Byron White said officers who responded to a report that a man was in the middle of the street in the 2100 block of Essex Street screaming that he had been shot found the victim suffering from gunshot wounds.

75-year-old man charged with attempted murder in Berkeley shooting

A 75-year-old man was charged with attempted murder and other counts Friday in the shooting Wednesday morning of another man said to be his tenant, according to authorities and court documents. Besides the attempted murder count, Herman Little, who listed his occupation on jail records as merchant marine, was also charged with assault with a semi-automatic firearm and enhancement allegations of use of a firearm.

Both sides say data on their side in Harvard admissions suit

In a federal court case deciding if Harvard University discriminates against Asian-American applicants, both parties say the evidence is firmly on their side. Harvard and the group Students for Fair Admissions filed dueling reports from outside economists Friday, each studying six years of Harvard admissions data and each reaching wildly different conclusions.

Ojai opening in Berkeley gives relevance to an - irrelevant'

Patricia Kopatchinskaja and members of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra perform "Bye Bye Beethoven" as part of Ojai at Berkeley Patricia Kopatchinskaja and members of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra perform "Bye Bye Beethoven" as part of Ojai at Berkeley Patricia Kopatchinskaja is here to remind us that classical music is dead - dead in the way it's performed, politely and predictably. "Bye Bye Beethoven," the violinist's semi-staged program with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, firmly situates its music in the past.

Oakland Eats: Latham Square Peet's, The Halal Guys coming, more

In this edition; a local landmark gets new ground-floor tenant, a New York-based halal chain is coming to Uptown, and more food-related news. Veteran Hoodline tipster Al M. reports that the city's fourth Peet's Coffee is set to open at Latham Square at the intersection of Broadway and Telegraph Avenue.

Entrepreneur Andrew Yang visits Boston for presidential bid

Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang held a fundraiser in Boston June 10 at Oficio. About 100 people attended the event, highlighting Yang's "humanity first" slogan.

Wild animals are turning nocturnal to keep away from humans

Once great monsters ruled the planet, and mammals cowered in the shadows and came out only at night. Now monsters once again rule the planet, and mammals are reverting to the nocturnal habits of their distant ancestors.

'Wedding Gown' painting, as recovered from the Bay

Five years ago, East Bay artist Donald Bradford was driving his truck across the Bay Bridge, delivering a bunch of his paintings to be shown in an exhibition at the Andrea Schwartz Gallery in San Francisco, when a strong wind blew four of them into the bay. The paintings focused on love, marriage and Proposition 8. Bradford's latest show, "Prayer Paintings," opened at the same gallery on June 13. Two weeks ago, he received an email from Carey Bell, a stranger living in Kansas.

Pew awards Fellowships to promising Latin American scientists

The 10 awardees recently earned doctoral degrees from institutions in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico. Each fellow will receive two years of funding to study with a principal investigator in the United States.

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