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Relatives of a UC Berkeley student diagnosed with measles have also contracted the disease.
Cal has produced more volunteers for the Peace Corps than any other school since 1961.
Stanford education dean Claude Steele has been chosen as the next UC Berkeley provost.
A new UC Berkeley study found that stuff you’re smearing on your lips could be toxic to your health.
NASA is forking over $200 million to create a satellite that will determine how Earth’s weather affects weather in space.
Though almost half of all U.S. college students don’t graduate in six years, UC Berkeley has kept its graduation rates high.
Two office buildings in Emeryville were evacuated this morning after a bomb threat.
One of the two UC Berkeley law students accused of killing an exotic bird in Las Vegas pleaded guilty in court.
According to a new study, removing just one percent of drivers would really help congested Bay Area roads.
Two UC Berkeley law students face criminal charges after allegedly beheading an exotic bird at a Las Vegas resort.
Want to predict earthquakes with your smartphone? Well, there’s (almost) an app for that.
It’s out with the old and in with the new at BART, as voters replaced a veteran board member with a 25-year-old Cal grad.
For college students, confetti doesn’t mean much. Try another kind of paper — cool, green cash.
When it comes to real estate, the bigger, the better for hermit crabs. And they’ll do anything to get it.
The struggling campus paper is getting help in times of financial crisis by paying just $1 rent a year on a new building.
UC police are advising hikers to be careful after multiple sightings of a mountain lion and her cubs near the Greek Theater.
After criticism from residents, the Berkeley and Albany police departments said they would no longer be pursuing a grant to buy an armored car.
California’s high standards when it comes to environmentally-sensitive gasoline also means higher prices at the pumps.
A UC Berkeley project is aimed at figuring out what kind of “software” children’s brains are running on and how to apply it to modern technology.
Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation is out to prove that a little puppy love can go a long way.
Occupiers took over UC-owned land destined to become a Whole Foods Market and turned it into a farm.
UC Berkeley, you’ve been put on notice: Protesters are demanding changes to your admission policies.
After more than a year of construction, Memorial Stadium is almost ready, with plenty of time before the first kickoff of the season.
Stop worrying about germs on a public restroom doorknob, because there is a new bacteria carrier in town: You.
Rich people are more likely to cut people off in their fancy cars and eat candy reserved for children, a new study shows.
It’s the dream of every bargain-hunting, Antiques Roadshow-watching deal hawk in the country. And it actually happened.
Protesters have returned to UC Berkeley with seven tents and a giant eight-foot tall red mushroom.
What could you do with 15 seconds warning of a big earthquake? How about a minute?
In sad news for trees and tree huggers everywhere, a new report finds that a deadly plant disease that affects California live oaks and black oaks is spreading further than expected. Sudden oak disease spreads through waterways and rainfall, coldly…