Elyce Kirchner, NBC Bay Area

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Past articles by Elyce:

UC Berkeley Graduate Petitions For Dismissal of Professor Accused of Sexually Assaulting Assistant

A petition created by a UC Berkeley alumna, who is calling for the removal of a professor accused of sexually harassing his research assistant, is gaining traction. → Read More

4th Person Pronounced Dead After Four-Alarm Oakland Blaze

A fourth person has died after Monday morning's massive four-alarm blaze at an Oakland apartment building, officials said Tuesday. → Read More

On the Clock: Oakland Makes Last-Minute Proposal to Keep Raiders From Moving to Las Vegas

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf is making last-minute attempts to keep the Raiders in the Bay Area. → Read More

Former UC Berkeley Student Files Complaint Against Professor, University Over Alleged Sexual Harassment

A University of California, Berkeley professor is accused of sexually harassing his research assistant. → Read More

Dozens Gather to Protest Contra Costa Sheriff on Sanctuary Bill

Dozens of protesters gathered in Martinez on Wednesday evening, and their target was a top law enforcement official who does not agree with a bill that would prevent his office from cooperating with federal... → Read More

Family of I-80 Shooting Victim Says It's a Case of Mistaken Identity

Three suspects in a fatal shooting on Interstate 80 last week made their first court appearance Tuesday, facing murder charges, and a family member says the shooters targeted an innocent bystander. → Read More

Police Criticized in Aftermath of Berkeley Protests

In the aftermath of pro- and anti-Trump demonstrators clashing in Berkeley over the weekend, the two sides found common ground: Both say police did not do enough to prevent the violence. → Read More

After Dog is Stolen, East Bay Woman Desperate to Get Him Back

An East Bay woman is desperate to find her beloved pet dog after the canine was stolen from their vehicle earlier this week. → Read More

Yemeni Doctor and Family Stranded by Travel Ban Makes New Home in El Sobrante

An East Bay man and his family were subjected to a harrowing journey from their homeland of Yemen last month because of President Donald Trump's travel ban. → Read More

Two Arrests After Antioch Home Vandalized With Molotov Cocktails, Racist Graffiti

Two people have been arrested on suspicion of launching Molotov cocktails at an Antioch house, and painting N----- and a Swastika on its exterior, to target one of its inhabitants, police said Tuesday. → Read More

Students Rally Around Vice Principal in Dress Code Issue

An East Bay assistant principal could be out of a job after allegedly calling out a female student for a dress code violation. → Read More

San Ramon Police Officers Begin Wearing Body Cameras With a Twist

Police officers in several Bay Area cities are starting to get used to the newest piece of equipment in their arsenal: a body-worn camera. But the devices being used by cops in one East Bay city are sporting... → Read More

Walnut Creek Implements Slower Speed Limits Around City Schools

With children back in school and flocking city sidewalks, Walnut Creek is stepping up to keep students safe. → Read More

Boxer, Napolitano Fire Back at Trump's Immigration Speech

Two high-ranking Democrats from California had sharp words Thursday in response to Donald Trump's immigration speech a day earlier. → Read More

Rash of Home Invasion Robberies in East Bay May Be Connected: Police

Law enforcement agencies in the East Bay are warning residents about recent home invasion robberies that could be linked to one group of armed suspects. → Read More

Deer Killed by Arrow Found Behind Walnut Creek Home

Wildlife officials on Monday were investigating the death of a deer found with an arrow in its side in a Walnut Creek residential neighborhood. → Read More

Judge Visits Oakland Building That is Subject of Tenants Lawsuit

An Alameda County judge on Wednesday paid a visit to an Oakland building where dozens of tenants say they're living in deplorable conditions because the landlord wants them out. → Read More

113 People in Contra Costa County Voted Twice in June Primary

More than 100 people could be facing criminal charges for voter fraud in Contra Costa County, stemming from the high number of provisional ballots cast in June’s rancorous primary election. → Read More

Senior Care Worker Accused of Robbing Patients: San Ramon Police

A medical technician working at a senior living center in San Ramon has been accused of stealing jewelry and other valuables from the elderly people she cares for, according to the San Ramon Police Department. → Read More

Police Warn of Pick-Pockets at New Broadway Plaza in Walnut Creek

Thieves appear to be trying to cash in on downtown Walnut Creek's expansion, and now police are warning the public to be on the lookout for pick-pockets, authorities said. → Read More