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Berkeley police are looking for an elderly man who went missing Friday morning...Schweter is described as a white male, 6 feet 2 inches, 200 pounds, with gray hair and gray eyes. He was last seen wearing a purple button-up dress shirt and blue jeans.
Phillip Lewis, one of the final two known campers on the Albany Bulb, was arrested on June 4 at the Bulb less than a week after he and his girlfriend were removed by force by Albany police. According to Albany City Clerk Nicole Almaguer, about seven
Do you remember the joy of opening up a box of Cracker Jacks and finding the prize at the bottom of the package? That's how a Sonoma County woman might have felt after discovering a nice surprise in her purse. It all started when she bought a fairly
Police in Berkeley are investigating a shooting late Wednesday afternoon that left two people hospitalized, according to authorities. According to Berkeley Police spokesperson Jennifer Coats, dispatch received multiple 911 calls starting at 4:33 p.m.
The Berkeley Police Department and the City of Berkeley are trying to figure out what led to problems with its police radio system over the weekend and say it may take a few days to get to the bottom of the issues. The problems first surfaced when
A UC Berkeley football player was charged Monday in connection with a felony assault on a fellow student who will likely need reconstructive surgery after being punched at least three times in the face, according to court documents. The Alameda
Cal defensive back Damariay Drew has been suspended indefinitely from the team by the athletic department after a felony arrest this week for allegedly punching a man and kicking his dog. Drew, a 20-year-old sophomore from Livermore, was arrested by
Tasers are a good alternative to police use of deadly force; they save scarce city dollars in worker comp claims and reduce suspects' lawsuits, according to the two dozen or so police officers who came to the May 6 City Council meeting to urge adding
Speakers at Tuesday evening's City Council workshop to develop domestic drone policy ranged from those who called for making the city a "drone free zone," to supporters of limited drone use in police and fire emergencies. The council made no policy
An attack that left Berkeley police officer briefly unconscious has renewed calls for the city to consider giving its officers Tasers. The officer was recovering Tuesday after being knocked out by an assailant in broad daylight Monday morning. The