Tuesday was packed, from a meet-and-greet over coffee with UCPD to a conversation with a local publisher about some of the joys and perils of launching a news site.
Then we rushed to a press conference in Hayward where we asked the DA's office some tough questions (story forthcoming) before dashing up to San Leandro to attend two separate hearings in juvenile court.
In between all that, we finished a story about a new Berkeley nonprofit called SafeBears formed by Cal parents who want to advocate to increase safety in the city.
SafeBears is open to everyone who shares that mission. See the story below for details on how to join.
Later in the night, we wrote about a house fire on Kains and a potentially major development in the Angel and Jazy murder case.
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All three stories are TBS scoops (but it's always gratifying to see which news outlets follow our lead).
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Today we're slated to be in court all day following the Jasper Wu case. But you never know what might happen.
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