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Berkeley: Police Department denounced at raucous City Council meeting
Angry residents, many of whom took part in recent protests over police killings of unarmed black men in Missouri and New York, say the Berkeley Police Department needs to examine its own attitude toward minorities as well as change the way it responds to protests.
Jose Aliva and Brenton Holtzclaw, both 18, and a 17-year-old boy were arrested for the Nov. 27 attack at a dirt turnout along Grizzly Peak Boulevard.
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Walnut Creek Little League -- Registration open for Baseball, Softball and Challengers divisions, for boys and girls ages 5-14. Must reside or attend school in the WCLL boundaries.
Doug Duran/StaffThree's company in state bowl gamesQuarterback Chris Vanderklugt, left, and the De La Salle High football team are headed back to the state championships.
Knights win ABC Tournament Ben Wood was named tournament MVP after leading the Las Lomas High boys basketball team past San Leandro 61-55 in the finals of the ABC Tournament at Amador Valley on Dec.
Next Level Flag Football -- Registration open for 2015 winter league. For boys and girls, grades K-7. League runs from Jan. 4-March 8 with games held on Sundays at De La Salle, Foothill, and Monte Vista high schools.
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Best of 2014: Shotgun Players, Cal Shakes, Berkeley Rep deliver great works
From the harrowing 'New Electric Ballroom' to a vivid adaptation the Bard's 'Midsummer Night's Dream' to the strange and campy Meow Meow, the Bay Area crackled with compelling stage performances.
Sony cancels 'The Interview' theatrical release
Hacked company responds to theater chains declining to screen movie over threats of terrorist attacks.