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Dense Fog Advisory through 10 a.m.
Randi Rico: We are under a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY UNTIL NOON. We are calling it SUNRISE for the end of the SNOW, but really BETWEEN 7:00 and 9:00 A.M. If it looks WET, it could be ICE, ESPECIALLY TO THE NORTH.See the Story
62% Center coverage: 8 sources
Super Bowl · East Bay
Local restaurants are gearing up for the Super Bowl
With less than a week until kickoff, restaurants across the Midstate are gearing up for their busiest night of the year. Up to 30-thousand wings will be served on Sunday alone at Underdog Sports Bar and Grill. Arooga's Grille House and Sports Bar is expecting a full house.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Latest News Stories
More Dogs on Main: The year in review
In 2022, Berkeleyside brought readers a wide range of stories, but none more pressing than the housing crisis in Berkeley. Whether affordable or market rate, downtown or on San Pablo, high-rise or low-rise, housing is an important issue in the city. We illustrated those stories and much more including people, places and events in photographs that show the life and times of Berkeley.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 3 sources
US & Canada
Austin mayor’s race heading to a runoff, Dallas county judge winning reelection bid
Ellis led the race as soon as early voting totals were released by the Hays County and Travis County Clerk's offices Nov. 8. There were four candidates running for the seat, and Ellis received 57.77% or 19,590 votes. Her main challenger, Richard Smith, received 28.43% or 10,055 votes. In her first term, Ellis worked on doubling the city's homestead exemption to 20%.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 6 sources
Group advocates disposing of Christmas trees promptly
(COLORADO SPRINGS) — A report by the National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA®) indicates that one-third of U.S. home fires involving Christmas trees happen in the month of January. With that in mind, the NFPA® is encouraging everyone to dispose of Christmas trees promptly after the holiday season. According to a report by NFPA®, 33% of Christmas tree fires happened in the month of January. "The longer a natural tree is kept up after Christma…See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
US & Canada · Berkeley
University of California academic workers end weeks-long strike
University of California (UC) academic workers ended a nearly six-week strike on Friday that unions described as the biggest work stoppage ever at a U.S. institution of higher education.See the Story
49% Center coverage: 27 sources
Evacuations · San Francisco
Mudslides force evacuations in Berkeley Hills
About 10 homes have been evacuated and residents warned to prepare to leave. The Spiral, a short road off Wildcat Canyon Road, and Middlefield Road north of the Crossways are both closed. The ground is still moving and trees can be heard cracking from the slide.See the Story
Coverage: 5 sources
A look back at the top sports stories from Saskatchewan in 2022
Hesston High School basketball player Brayden Schilling helped lead the Swathers to back-to-back Class 3A state titles. Bethel College football team won a share of the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference title for the third straight season. Berean Academy boys win Class 2A cross country title for third time in four years and seventh time overall.See the Story
Coverage: 8 sources
Protestors · Los Angeles
Some University of California striking workers reach deal
Postdoctoral scholars and academic researchers on Tuesday reached a tentative labor agreement with the University of California. The agreement would provide increased family leave, childcare subsidies and lengthened appointments to ensure job security. Union leaders have said the strike could be the largest work stoppage the prestigious public university system has ever faced.See the Story
58% Center coverage: 33 sources