This weekend’s controversial far-right protests, slated to be held on both ends of the Bay, have been canceled—each citing violence for the sudden change of plans.
The city-stopping “Freedom Rally,” set to take place at San Francisco’s Crissy Field this Saturday, was canceled due to safety
SF State biology students are teaming up with high school students in East Oakland to test the amounts of lead in their community using samples of dust, paint, water and hair.
In a recent Reuters report, nearly 3,000 communities’ nationwide lead samples were double those
Traffic accidents killed three people in San Francisco between April 28 and May 1. One victim, Meda Hacopian, 77, was killed while crossing Lake Merced Boulevard at Font Boulevard, the same intersection slated for SF State’s Mashouf Wellness Center.
This junction is at the end
The victim of a homicide on Treasure Island Wednesday has been identified as an SF State graduate student.
He was identified by the medical examiner Friday, weeks before accepting his master’s degree, SFGate reported.
Although initially identified as Guo Yuchuan, his professors knew him as Yuchuan
The Chinese for Affirmative Action organization housed a rally at Portsmouth Square Saturday to commemorate the 135th anniversary of the Chinese Exclusion Act and to protest the recent travel ban and anti-immigrant policies.
Approximately 800 people attended the “The Rally for Inclusion,” according to event organizers.
Thousands marched in May Day demonstrations in Oakland bringing renewed vigor to a day of protest with recently flagging numbers.
An estimated 2,000-3,000 protesters rallied outside Fruitvale Village before marching to San Antonio Park in East Oakland. Recently, the annual day of protest has become associated
At the foot of San Francisco City Hall, “A Day Without Immigrants” marchers, activists and allies rallied around an unconventional symbol for immigrant worker rights: the paleta man.
Just before 3 p.m. at the May Day immigrant workers strike, a San Francisco park ranger doled out
SF State students and staff troubled by the Trump administration’s attacks on immigrant workers’ rights participated in San Francisco’s May Day march to Civic Center.
May Day, also known as International Worker’s Day, spawned protests focusing on immigrants’ rights throughout the Bay Area, the country and
A San Francisco judge ruled that the executive order against sanctuary cities is unconstitutional in response to a lawsuit filed by San Francisco and Santa Clara against President Trump’s executive order.
On April 14 representatives of the city and county of San Francisco and Santa
A power substation at Pacific Gas & Electric prompted an outage in San Francisco, shutting down traffic lights, cable cars, Muni service and BART on Friday leaving around 90,000 utility customers without power.
The series of outages started around 9 a.m., according to PG&E spokesperson Tamar
The Higher Education Committee approved Assembly bills Tuesday that will benefit California students if passed, including one that would freeze tuition until December 2020.
Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva and leaders of the California Faculty Association authored AB-393, also known as the Student Protection Act, which could freeze
Correction: A previous version of the article incorrectly stated that Eaze doesn’t plan on making its service available for recreational users at all, and that Miller directly drove for Eaze.
San Francisco has a history of celebrating the unofficial “420” holiday, but Thursday marks the first celebration since
A Patriots Day rally in Berkeley turned violent on Saturday April 15, 2017 as Trump supporters and white supremacists clashed with a group of black bloc protesters in Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park. Breanna Reeves keeps the camera rolling to document the violence
Correction: A previous version of the article referred to the anarchist website “It’s Going Down” as an Antifa website.
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[media-credit id=466 align="alignright" width="373"][/media-credit] People pour milk into the eyes of a pepper-sprayed right-wing protester at the corner of Center and Milvia Streets in
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[media-credit name="Mason Rockfellow" align="alignright" width="566"][/media-credit] SF resident Jamieson Pryor, 31, chants during the Tax March against Trump and him not releasing his tax statements on April 15, 2017, in San Francisco, Calif. (Mason Rockfellow/Xpress)[/caption]
Thousands of marchers across the U.S. took to the
Trump signed a controversial bill to repeal protections that would have stopped internet service provider companies from collecting and selling online activity.
Though proponents say the repeal of this regulation will level the playing field between websites and internet service providers, privacy advocates warn it sets
Senate Republicans bypassed a Democratic filibuster to proceed to a final confirmation vote for Judge Neil M. Gorsuch in an unprecedented decision to change the rules of Supreme Court confirmations.
"This will be the first, and last, partisan filibuster of a Supreme Court nomination," said Senate
Supervisor Jane Kim stood on the steps of City Hall in early February and introduced legislation to transform a six-block stretch in the San Francisco Tenderloin into the nation’s first government-sponsored transgender district.
“The idea is to create a safe space to bring out the history
The San Francisco Women’s March organization will be holding a Day Without a Woman rally on Wednesday at San Francisco City Hall from 11 a.m. to noon, where the group will then march to the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement headquarters on Sansome Street.
Trump is threatening to derail Caltrain’s 2-year-old project to create an electrical train corridor from San Francisco to San Jose, as the fight for California’s future rail system continues.
Trump’s decision, lobbied by California GOP house representatives, will push back federal funding for the project until
Three SF State students came to the U.S. as children and all benefit from state and federal programs such as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, the California Dream Act as well as state law AB 540. Each student, like many other immigrants, has their
California ranks highest in the U.S. for having the most organized hate groups, according to a recently released report.
The annual study, known as the “Intelligence Report,” was authored by the Southern Policy Law Center, which tracks hate groups. The number of hate groups rose nationally
A bomb threat was made against the Anti-Defamation League in San Francisco, adding California to the list of 11 other states that responded to threats at Jewish schools and community centers on Monday.
According to initial reporting from KTVU, a receptionist at the ADL received the
Businesses all over San Francisco are showing support for their immigrant workforce by closing their doors in participation of “A Day Without Immigrants.”
The protest follows President Donald Trump’s pledge to deport undocumented immigrants, build a wall along Mexico’s borders and ban immigrants and travelers from
California representative Jackie Speier held a public forum, “A Conversation About America,” at San Francisco’s Lowell High School, where she addressed community members and their concerns about the future under President Trump’s Administration.
Constituents expressed shock, confusion and anger over issues facing the nation and the Democratic
San Francisco will be the first U.S. city to provide free community college to its residents next fall.
Mayor Ed Lee’s announcement came after months of uncertainty about the passed ballot measure and weeks of negotiation talks between the mayor, Supervisor Jane Kim, San Francisco
San Francisco Police suspended participation with the Joint Terrorism Task Force Wednesday night.
The separation of the SFPD from the FBI ends a 10-year relationship, though a suspension is not a total withdrawal and will be revisited later, according to a media release by the San
Correction: An earlier version of this article neglected to attribute each quote as part of the original SF Examiner article referenced in the first sentence. Attributions have since been added.
Agents from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement searched a Mission District apartment looking for a
Thousands of protesters flooded Market Street in opposition as Trump was sworn as the 45th President of the United States Friday morning.
Protests took place throughout the day, the largest being the “Inauguration Day Trump Protest,” which began at UN Plaza Friday evening.
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On a rainy day in Washington D.C. at 12 p.m., Donald J. Trump was sworn in at the steps of the Capitol Building as the 45th president of the United States.
At the same time, violent protests erupted throughout the nation’s capital in response, according to
Donald Trump has won the 2016 presidential election but millions of people aren’t ready to throw in the towel and accept that fact just yet. Many are demanding changes to be made through anti-Trump demonstrations that are popping up across the country and a petition
SF State is partnering with 511 SF Bay and Enterprise Rideshare to bring vanpooling to campus employees starting March 1. Employees can join a Vanpool and commute from Contra Costa County, AlamedaCounty and San Mateo County.
Enterprise Vanpool is gathering groups of employees commuting to
The San Francisco Police Department responded to reports of a suspicious package in a neighborhood near 19th and Holloway avenues Wednesday night. Police tape blocked traffic and prevented pedestrians from entering the scene.
[caption id="attachment_62086" align="aligncenter" width="1024"][media-credit name="Henry Perez" align="aligncenter" width="1024"][/media-credit] Joseph Amster looks into the mirror while dressing for work in San Francisco, Calif. Thursday Dec. 4. [/caption]
[caption id="attachment_62087" align="alignright" width="600"][media-credit name="Henry Perez" align="alignright" width="600"][/media-credit] Joseph Amster rides BART on his way to give guided tours