Berkeley's Week: Teenage Girl Robbers, Batteries, Green Day, Local Runners in Boston Marathon

And check out our most popular blog of the week.

These were among the most-read stories by Berkeley viewers this past week:

UC Student Attacked, Robbed by Teenage Girls

Two juveniles were arrested after a 19-year-old female student was pushed to the ground, punched and robbed of her wallet and cell phone.

UC Police Want Public's Help to ID Battery Suspect

A man believed to be a Cal student attacked another man on Sproul Plaza earlier this month.

Are You Waiting in Line at the Greek for Green Day?

Here's what the tweeps are saying. Send us your pics and video.

Boston Marathon: 25 Berkeley Residents Registered

Twenty-five people from Berkeley are registered as runners.

Battery Victim Suffers Serious Injury at People's Park

The victim does not know the name of the suspect but has seen him in the park in the past. The victim suffered a broken jaw and was treated at Alta Bates Hospital for his injury.

Berkeley Man Arrested in Santa Rosa on Suspicion of Human Trafficking

Vincent Andrew Rones, 50, was arrested in Santa Rosa on suspicion of human trafficking, pimping and pandering, Santa Rosa police said.

And the week's most popular blog: Taking Down Telegraph Avenue's Last Hippie by Dan.

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