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Berkeley, California is located in Alameda County. Zip codes in Berkeley, CA include 94704, 94707, and 94705. The median home price in Berkeley is $699,000 which is roughly $604/per square foot. More Berkeley information.

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35 min ago | Fire Dog Lake

Torture Memo Author John Yoo Awarded Endowed Faculty Chair At UC Berkeley School Of Law

In America today no good deed goes unpunished nor bad deed unrewarded. One of the co-authors of the notorious "Torture Memos" , John Yoo, has been awarded an endowed faculty chair at University of California Berkeley School of Law.


4 hrs ago | Berkeley Daily Planet

Berkeley Rotary Honors Judy Heumann and Ed Roberts

The Rotary Club of Berkeley, California announces the 2014 Rotary Peace Grove Awards Ceremony to honor Ed Roberts and Judith Heumann, leaders of the civil rights movement for the disabled, on July 16, 2014 at 4:00 p.m., at the Ed Roberts Campus, 3075 Adeline St. in Berkeley.


8 hrs ago | Science Daily

Powerful new source of up-to-date information on economic activity

Researchers have developed a new data infrastructure for measuring economic activity.


13 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times

Oakland firm creates frozen dessert getting raves

One after the next, people pause in Berkeley Bowl before the row of ice cream pints.


Thu Jul 10, 2014

CBS Local

Berkeley Backtracks On Plans To Break Up Homeless Encampment Under I-80 Overpass

BERKELEY - City of Berkeley officials Thusday at least temporarily called off their threat to remove property at a homeless encampment under the Gilman Street overpass adjacent to Interstate Highway 80, saying some of the people who lived there have been able to find housing elsewhere.


California Golden Blogs

Cal football recruiting commit: AJ Greathouse, Mesa Community College cornerback

With all the transfers, departures, and general retirements last season, the roster situation is far from satisfactory for anyone, especially at defensive line and in the secondary.


Low income citizens to receive free marijuana from Berkeley, CA dispensaries

The Council of the City of Berkeley voted on July 1, 2014 to amend various sections of the Berkeley municipal code regarding medical marijuana dispensaries.


Contra Costa Times

Jurors return quick first-degree murder verdict in Berkeley woman's death

An Alameda County jury deliberated for less than a day before finding a Berkeley man guilty on Thursday of first-degree murder in the gruesome knife attack on a 26-year-old woman in an East Oakland apartment in 2012.


Inside Bay Area

Bay Area job-search startup helps college grads and companies find each other

Shyan Kashani, a graduate of the University of California, is now using a new online service called Collegefeed to look for potential jobs.


We make money not art

Bioartefactos. Between transgenic crops and ancestral biodiversity

The Oaxaca Valley in Mexico is regarded as the heartland of corn diversity. Not only can cultivation of the plant in the region be traced back to over 6000 years ago, it also presents the highest genetic diversity of corn in the country.


Pasadena/San Gabriel Valley Journal News

The Talented Musicians of Altadena NAACP Act-So

The Altadena NAACP Freedom Fund Luncheon, celebrating 30 years of service, brought the Altadena ACT-SO musicians of the past and present together.


Wed Jul 09, 2014

Inside Bay Area

Lawrence Berkeley Lab to unveil FLEXLAB

FLEXLAB Executive Manager Cindy Regnier talks about some of the features of the brand new facility at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, Calif.


Medical Device/Diagnostic Ind.

10. Dust-Sized Brain Devices

A group of University of California, Berkeley-based researchers are seeking to disrupt brain-machine interfaces by developing dust-sized devices that could potentially last a lifetime.


Contra Costa Times

Berkeley declares homeless camp a nuisance, plans crackdown

The city has declared a homeless camp under Interstate 80 on Gilman Street a public nuisance and has given residents until Tuesday to clean up the growing mounds of trash or crews will remove all the property there.



Berkeley, California orders free pot for poor patients

A California college town known for its liberal activism has voted to make medicinal marijuana dispensaries give away free a small amount of their pot to the poor.


Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

A. Barton Hinkle on the Misguided Open-Carry Movement

The Second Amendment guarantees an individual right to keep and bear arms-a guarantee the Supreme Court finally and belatedly got around to recognizing in the Heller and McDonald cases.


Sacramento Bee Newspaper

AM Alert: Gambling opposition group warns of Indian casino expansion

A proposal from two Central Valley tribes to build casinos away from their existing land was approved by the Legislature and Gov. Jerry Brown last year, but it will ultimately be up to voters whether that agreement sticks.



Hubble finds vast reservoir of gas near the Milky Way

D. Nidever et al., NRAO/AUI/NSF, and A. Mellinger, Leiden-Argentine-Bonn Survey; Parkes , Westerbork, and Arecibo Observatories Magellanic magic.


Tue Jul 08, 2014

KALX-FM Berkeley

Bruce Ames and Rhonda Patrick on Spectrum

Dr. Ames is a Senior Scientist at Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute, director of their Nutrition & Metabolism Center, and a Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, at the University of California, Berkeley.


San Francisco Chronicle

Albany, Berkeley at odds over homeless migration

Former Albany Bulb resident Alexander "Sandy" Wilson now lives with his dog, Jerry Bear, in People's Park in Berkeley.



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