By Robert Sanders, UC Berkeley News Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a 2016-17 state budget that provides $10 million to help launch a statewide earthquake early-warning system.
After over 15 months of organizing, mobilizing, and negotiations, the Black Student Union at UC Berkeley–in assistance with the African Black Coalition–, has reached an agreement with Chancellor Nicholas Dirks to secure a building and [...]
After 35 years of service to UC Berkeley, Harry Le Grande is retiring his position as vice chancellor of student affairs on Dec. 31. LeGrande was appointed vice chancellor for student affairs in 2008, [...]
Special to the Post The Richmond City Council voted unanimously in 2011 to explore a public-private partnership city transit technology startup company CyberTran International, Inc. (CTI), seeking to incorporate a Ultra Light Rail [...]
Alice Dashiell passed away peacefully on June 14 at Kaiser Hospital in Oakland. She was born 97 years ago in Berkeley to Thomas Richard Griffin and Julia Moore Griffin.
The Post Salon will host a discussion Sunday June 19, of an Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) proposal to incorporate charter schools in the enrollment system for public schools in the city.
In the battle for the open 9th district seat in the State Senate, Democrats Sandré Swanson and Nancy Skinner will face a rematch in November. Skinner won 47 percent of the vote while Swanson received [...]
While parades and festivals mark the Juneteenth holiday in San Francisco, Berkeley, Vallejo and Tracy, Omnira Institute’s 9th annual Juneteenth observation in Oakland focuses on prayer and remembrance.
The Alameda County Registrar of Voters is open for weekend voting to allow voters to come to the Registrar of Voters’ office to vote early for the June 7 Presidential Primary Election on the following [...]
KPFA SUMMER CRAFTS FAIR will take place on June 18 and 19 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at The Craneway Pavilion on the Richmond Waterfront.