Since the anarchist press' warehouse was ravaged by fire, the organization's radical principles appear to be enabling recovery, rather than impeding it.
Pot tech company Flow Kana discovers high consumer demand for knowledge, community, and elite heirloom bud.
The proposed sale of city-owned land for the construction of a luxury apartment tower appears to violate state and local laws that prioritize affordable housing.
A new scathing report largely blames Barbara Parker and her office for why the city has been unable to fire bad cops.
After a fire in a live-work building on 24th Street killed two people, city officials say the landlord has failed to take basic steps to rehab people's homes, and tenants worry that they may be permanently displaced.
Readers sound off on misled seniors, comparative water use, and Afrika Town.
The correct spelling of Andrew Bogut's name, and the Insight Garden Program.
There's strong evidence that the herbicide causes birth defects and probably causes cancer. There's also reason to believe it causes or exacerbates numerous chronic illnesses.
A live-work building under investigation by the city and plagued by maintenance problems and possible fire hazards raises alarms about several powerful real estate investors.
A cache of California Highway Patrol emails provides a glimpse into how anti-terrorism agents helped law enforcement officials monitor Black Lives Matter protesters on the web.
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Readers sound off on putting citizens in charge of police complaints, bad landlords, and racism in Berkeley.
More than 90 percent of high school football players will never suit up in college, let alone the pros. But that doesn't stop them from pursuing their dreams.
The developer of a proposed a luxury apartment tower bused a group of non-English speaking Asian seniors to a planning commission meeting under the pretense that the building will include low-income housing.
The state has alleged that the university retaliated against a law student for seeking tuition support that UC owed her — raising concerns about the affordability of public grad programs.
Humboldt Assemblymember Jim Wood's tiny amendment to the state's water code is part of a groundbreaking new vision for marijuana agriculture.
Big Ag is doing irreparable harm to the state's underground water supplies — and for no good reason.
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