Oliver Williamson, who died Thursday at the age of 87, won the Nobel Prize in 2009 for what UC Berkeley officials said were his insights into what is known as the "make or buy" decision, in which businesses choose whether to outsource a process, service or other function or keep the work in-house.
Jules Patrice Means, aka "Ms. Jules," is a 67-year-old great grandmother, who graduated from Cal with a degree in sociology with all As and just one B.
All over the country, and right here in the Bay Area, students experienced a different kind of graduation, one separated from students and friends.
Greg Liggins reports.
The annual ritual typically involves leaving large amounts of discarded mattresses and furniture at curbside and Berkeley officials are reminding tenants and landlords to plan and properly dispose of items no longer needed during the move.
The study might help answer how many people might have had the novel coronavirus in the Bay Area and whether infections began as early as December.
KTVU's Scott Reiss spoke with Cal safety Jaylinn Hawkins about potentially being drafted this week, and what it’s been like preparing for the draft under strange circumstances.
While the world tries to adjust to all the changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, mother nature knows no difference. Over the weekend, three peregrine falcon chicks made their arrival into the world in their nest atop UC Berkeley’s famed Campanile clock tower.
Two UC Berkeley students have taken to producing more than 100 gallons of free hand sanitizer each week to give to homeless shelters, jails, medical centers and other Bay Area places that have run out during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Santa Clara County reported 1,224 confirmed cases Monday with a gender breakdown of 52% men and 48% women. The gender of those who died from COVID-19, however, show 67% of the deaths in the county are men.
A University of California at Berkeley public health expert said on Friday that there are some hopeful signs in the fight to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic but it probably won't be completely controlled until a vaccine for it is developed.
In its latest issue published Thursday, Time magazine is recognizing 27 individuals for their work in what it describes as "bridging the divide across the United States.
(KTVU and BCN) -- UC Berkeley says health officials have determined that there are no high risk contacts, stemming from a graduate student who have contracted the coronavirus.
Tuesday is the first day UC Berkeley suspended most in-person classes on the Cal campus in favor of online teaching. It's a move that will hopefully prevent COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) from spreading throughout the campus.
In an attempt to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus, University of California at Berkeley officials announced Monday that most in-person classes will be suspended through spring break.
A UC Berkeley professor of economics says a recession is a possibility with th dark clouds casting over the economy
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is pulling away in California, according to the last poll that will be published before Super Tuesday by the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies.
Greg Lee reports.
Many experts, most notably, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, say the spread of coronavirus in the U.S. is inevitable, given the enormous numbers of people going to and from infected countries.
A second robbery in less than six hours occurred Monday just off the University of California at Berkeley campus, police said.