TBS Today, Feb. 9

As the week closes, we're reflecting on the work we did and feeling proud of the stories we brought you.

Today's story is just a quick update on the latest Berkeley Apple Store theft. Still, it will be welcome news to many.

Berkeley Apple Store theft suspects arrested in Vacaville
Police found the men through their license plate and stopped their silver Honda in Vacaville at about 4 p.m., BPD said in a prepared statement.

This week, among other stories, we brought you:

  • timely power outage news and storm updates
  • a scoop on a workplace violence investigation in the city of Berkeley
  • exclusive accountability coverage about Berkeley school safety
  • detailed public safety election reporting you won't find anywhere else
  • the skinny on how many people in the East Bay legal community viewed the state's decision to send prosecutors to help DA Pamela Price

We will continue to work tirelessly to make sure the community is informed about local public safety in its many forms. You can count on us and we hope we can continue to count on you.

Accountability coverage this week on TBS

State sends attorneys to help DA Pamela Price fight crime
Several people familiar with the Alameda County DA’s office said they saw the move as a vote of no confidence in the leadership of DA Pamela Price.
Berkeley High student safety at risk, new report says
The BHS safety plan “is fundamentally flawed. It should not be used as a reference or guide in emergency situations,” the authors contend.
What do CA Senate District 7 candidates say about crime?
Some have a lot to say about it. Others not so much. See how the candidates seeking Nancy Skinner’s seat compare on public safety.
Berkeley worker threatened to shoot colleagues, city says
Pat Urdahl sent a video to the city that showed him shooting a gun inside his house and making violent threats, sources said.
Body found in Berkeley, police investigation underway
The coroner’s office is now working to identify the deceased individual, Berkeley police said.

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