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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
After months of practice, edits and rewrites, theater students will premiere student-written plays at their annual Fringe Goes Long event.
Beginning three years ago, Fringe Goes Long was created as a program for the theater arts community. Full-length plays are edited throughout the semester and performed in
The closure of a Bay Area based escort service website in late June and the arrest of its alleged owners has reignited the debate between sex workers and law enforcement over the criminalization of prostitution.
The FBI and the IRS shut down MyRedBook.com, a website offering
[caption id="attachment_56610" align="alignnone" width="749"][media-credit id=197 align="alignnone" width="749"][/media-credit]Police Officer S. Jung stands in front of a Balboa BART entrance that is blocked due to a possibly fatal accident on the tracks.[/caption]The Balboa Park BART Station has resumed service after experiencing major delays and temporary closure due to
UPDATE: Medical examiners have confirmed with Xpress the 20-year-old male victim was SF State sophomore Justin Valdez.
San Francisco police have released footage of a homicide suspect taken prior to a shooting that left one man dead Monday.
According to police, an unidentified 20-year-old male was shot in
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1600"] Javier Morelos Garza grabs the final seat during musical chairs at the La Raza Student Organization's festival in Malcolm X Plaza Sept 18, 2013. Photo by Kate O'Neal / Xpress[/caption]
Vibrant banners and flags of Latin American countries adorned the stage in Malcolm X
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1600"] Stephanie Jacobs, a graduate student, pays for her parking fee with a credit card at one of the new parking machines in the SF State Public Parking garage on Sept. 6, 2013 in San Francisco, Calif. Photo by Amanda Peterson /
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1600"] SF State students line up to take the free shuttle to the Daly City BART station on Thursday, August 29, 2013. The San Francisco Bay Bridge closure this week is creating traffic problems SF State students commuting to school across the
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Students walk out of the Wellness Center at the Ingleside City College of San Francisco campus on Monday, Aug. 19, 2013, in San Francisco, Calif. Photo by Philip Houston / Xpress[/caption]
Like the other 80,000 students at City College of San Francisco,
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Prop. 8 opponents march from the front of the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to City Hall on Tuesday in San Francisco. The court ruled that the same-sex marriage ban violates the Constitution. Feb. 7, 2012. Photo by Andrew Lopez[/caption]
Police shut down multiple downtown San Francisco streets today after someone allegedly threw a stick of dynamite through a restaurant window according to witnesses.
The dynamite left a broken window at Mikaku Restaurant at the 300 block of Grant Avenue.
The commotion occurred around 4 p.m. on
This year SF State will once again be joining one of the country's largest LGBTQ celebrations at the San Francisco Pride parade June 30 — and this time with a float.
"The Pride parade is an extraordinary opportunity for the University to show our support for and pride in
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Tourists hop onto the trolley at Powell and Market Streets on Saturday, May 18, 2013 and head over to Fisherman's Wharf, a popular destination point in San Francisco. Photo by Jessica Worthington / Xpress[/caption]
Now that the stress from finals is finally
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="Commuters who take public transportation have been targeted by cell phone thieves. Commuters are often unaware of their surroundings making them easier targets of theft. Photo by Samantha Benedict / Xpress"][/caption]
Celina Curato bitterly remembers the times her phones have been stolen.
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When Bay to Breakers officials announced that this year's race would now include backpacks to its list of banned items, Bob Hearn didn't mind. The 47-year-old software company CEO wasn't going to bring a
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="Julie Feinstein Adams met Scott Adams after she helped a close friend create a Match.com profile. She and Adams have been married for 7 years. Photo by Frank Leal/Xpress"][/caption]
Julie Feinstein Adams spent two tiresome years on JDate, an online dating website
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="Co-owner of Citi Pets, Barbara Werger, stands in front of the store at West Portal Avenue on Monday, May 6, 2013. Photo by Gabriella Gamboa / Xpress"][/caption]
Much like marriage, small businesses have a high failure rate. According to statistics by the
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="Trey Allen rallies LGBTQ protesters as he waves his flag in front of the Out 4 Immigration Association that is marching down Mission Street for May Day Wednesday, May 1, 2013. Photo by Frank Leal / Xpress"][/caption]
Rosario Castro had to come
Data coverage, or cloud storage, is a model of networked online pools of storage where data is saved and usually hosted by third parties. The “hosts” are companies like Google or Facebook that operate the large data centers. A “cloud” is a set of computers
More than 1,000 activists united in two peaceful protests Wednesday to celebrate May Day in San Francisco.
A group of about 50 rallied at Civic Center Plaza marching to an unoccupied building on Turk Street and finished off at Jefferson Square Park. Another 1,000 or so
I used to sit in my car listening to the public radio station while I waited for my drug dealer to arrive. Shows like the "BBC News Hour," "This American Life" and "Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me" droned in one ear and out the other.
By Lulu Orozco
The opening celebration of the historic American Indian occupation exhibit “We Are Still Here” echoed through the walls of Alcatraz Island, where occupation veterans, historians and university alumni gathered to give visibility to all native people April 28.
“A lot of people just see
Two SF State officials have been arrested in the month of April. One, a former director, the other a records supervisor at the University Police department. Their alleged crimes and roles at the University are different, but their last names are the same. Meet Julie
It's no secret that the medications prescribed by doctors aren't always healthy for us, but their disposal is even harmful for the environment. Whether it’s through the natural process of digesting these medications or disposing of them in the trash, both have had lasting effects
This is the final installment of a three-part getting sober series, which explores some of the more memorable moments that led up to my sobriety date, Dec. 19, 2008.
It was early in the morning and I was dope sick again. The monotony was disgusting. But
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="People gathered in front of the court room entrance before the arraignment of former SF State Director Robert Shearer and Chemical Hazardous Materials Technology owner Stephen Cheung at Hall of Justice Friday April 26, 2013. Photo by Gabriella Gamboa / Xpress"][/caption]
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="Stephen Cheung's attorney Garrick Lew declines press comments while exiting the Hall of Justice on Wednesday, April 24, 2013. Stephen Cheung and former SF State Director Robert Shearer's arraignment was rescheduled for Friday afternoon. Photo by Gabriella Gamboa / Xpress"][/caption]
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1024" caption="Police stations in San Francisco now display a sign on the front of the building stating that they are safe havens for the LGBTQ community. According to members of the LGBTQ community, in the past, crimes against them were overlooked or