UC Berkeley professor who won Nobel Prize dies at 87

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.

Berkeley urges disposal precautions as UC Students move out

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.

Cal's Jaylinn Hawkins ready for NFL Draft

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.

Three peregrine falcons hatch atop UC Berkeley Campanile

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.

Data: More men die of COVID-19 than women

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.