These were among the most-read stories by Berkeley viewers this past week:
No victims or damage were found, according to police.
A Berkeley family with deep roots in the city has proposed to convert the empty lot at Gilman and Curtis streets next to Westbrae Nursery into a beer garden with food trucks, outdoor seating and an open-pit fire.
U.S. Marshal's deputies arrested a Fort Bragg man Friday as he tried to leave a home on Slater Lane, near the Claremont Hotel.
A Berkeley High alum and former star BHS tennis player is leading a move to replace the school's tennis courts, which were converted to a staff parking lot 10 years ago.
We compiled the most popular suggestions from readers on what should go into the former Black Oak Books in the Gourmet Ghetto.
And the week's most popular blog: What Causes Reverse Sneezing in Dogs? by Shea Cox, DVM.
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