TBS Today, Jan. 25

We've published three stories today but are barely scratching the surface as far as what we'd like to share with you this week.

We still have stories coming on the Berkeley City Council and many other case updates.

We're also thinking about how to cover upcoming elections so you know where all the candidates stand on public safety.

In the meantime, don't miss our latest scoops.

Today's news

Thieves steal more iPhones from Berkeley Apple Store
Police said two men in their 20s wearing hoodies took 16 iPhones before leaving, according to preliminary information.
Suspects in carjacked vehicle caught after police chase
The incident began in Richmond when officers spotted a speeding motorist driving recklessly, authorities said.
Berkeley mugging-car theft case sees second man charged
Robberies are down so far this year but some have involved more violence than usual. In some, female victims have been targeted.

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