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11 Years After 'Heaven,' What Life is Like for the Burpo Family

11 Years After 'Heaven,' What Life is Like for the Burpo Family

The movie, in stores July 22, is about a real-life boy who says he went to Heaven and met Jesus during surgery. We spoke with the family behind the film about how it can help start a discuss
5 FUN SUMMER FUNDRAISING OPPORTUNITIES

5 FUN SUMMER FUNDRAISING OPPORTUNITIES

Here Are Five Great Ideas For Fundraising Opportunities
Former Cal Student Missing Found Safe

Former Cal Student Missing Found Safe

Camille Withuhn was found on Monday evening around 6 p.m.
Former Cal Student Missing from Calaveras County Campground

Former Cal Student Missing from Calaveras County Campground

Camille Withuhn was last seen at noon on Saturday.
24 Amazing Ways Residents Inspire Their Communities

24 Amazing Ways Residents Inspire Their Communities

Patch readers told us who the "Everyday Inspirations" in their communities are, and we're sharing their stories and the work they've done locally.
Man Claiming Bomb was on BART Train Shuts Down Service

Man Claiming Bomb was on BART Train Shuts Down Service

The train was evacuated and after bomb-sniffing dogs checked the train, service resumed.
Berkeley Prepares for Catastrophic Events: Appoints Chief Resilience Officer

Berkeley Prepares for Catastrophic Events: Appoints Chief Resilience Officer

Timothy Burroughs will help the city for prepare for, withstand, and bounce back from chronic stresses and acute shocks.
Robbery Reported on Cal Campus Saturday Night

Robbery Reported on Cal Campus Saturday Night

Police say they searched the area near Sproul Plaza but were unable to find the suspect.
PG&E Power Outage Impacted 1,200 Berkeley Customers

PG&E Power Outage Impacted 1,200 Berkeley Customers

Was your power out? Tell us in the comments section.
Emmett Peixoto: Cal Grad, Handball Legend, Recording Artist & the Secret Behind His Dramatic Turnaround

Emmett Peixoto: Cal Grad, Handball Legend, Recording Artist & the Secret Behind His Dramatic Turnaround

Emmett Peixoto says a support system is incredibly important for people struggling.
'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes': Trailer + Review

'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes': Trailer + Review

Cinema Siren says: Spectacular Simians should make Dawn the brightest of summer blockbusters.
Everyday Inspirations: Incredible Ways People Give Back Locally

Everyday Inspirations: Incredible Ways People Give Back Locally

Patch readers told us who the "Everyday Inspirations" in their communities are, and we're sharing their stories and the work they've done locally.
Ex-Con Convicted of First-Degree Murder in 2012 Stabbing of Berkeley Woman

Ex-Con Convicted of First-Degree Murder in 2012 Stabbing of Berkeley Woman

Jamaal Prince faces 26 years to life for his conviction.
City of Berkeley Officials Call Off Plan to Clean Up Homeless Encampment

City of Berkeley Officials Call Off Plan to Clean Up Homeless Encampment

A representative from the East Bay Community Law Center says there are only about seven to 10 homeless people still living at the site.
CHP: Berkeley Man Arrested After Leading Officers on High Speed Pursuit

CHP: Berkeley Man Arrested After Leading Officers on High Speed Pursuit

The pursuit, which got up to speeds of 100 miles per hour, ended when the driver surrendered after his car spun out.
Student Reports Attempted Robbery on Cal Campus Friday Night

Student Reports Attempted Robbery on Cal Campus Friday Night

The incident occurred on Grinnell Pathway near Mulford Hall around 8:45 p.m. on Friday night.
Woman Grabbed from Behind in Cal Dorm Bathroom

Woman Grabbed from Behind in Cal Dorm Bathroom

The incident occurred on Wednesday night in Berkeley's Priestly Hall, according to university police officials
Berkeley City Council Votes to Put Soda Tax Measure on November Ballot

Berkeley City Council Votes to Put Soda Tax Measure on November Ballot

Supporters of the measure say the soda tax is "a social justice issue."
Berkeley City Council To Vote on Putting 'Soda Tax' on November Ballot

Berkeley City Council To Vote on Putting 'Soda Tax' on November Ballot

Supporters of the tax say the money would fund programs that promote good nutrition.