A wildfire erupted early on Tuesday morning and swept into the city of Ventura, California burning over 45,000 acres, destroying homes and forcing 27,000 people to evacuate.
Over 100 structures have been confirmed destroyed including but not limited to a large apartment complex, a hospital
On Friday, roughly around noon, there was a gas leak outside the Student Services building at SF State.
“We were using a jackhammer to make repairs to the waterline, but no one told us about the gas line,” said Rufino Gomez, plumber for Express Plumbing. “Nobody
A shooting at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas has left at least 27 dead and dozens injured, according to Wilson County Commissioner Albert Gamez Jr. via the San Antonio Current.
The shooter has not been identified as of yet, and is reportedly
Violent outbursts marked a tense day of demonstrations today in Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park as police grappled with controlling the crowd and keeping the peace.
Counter-protesters jumped over barricades into the park after police abandoned the area in the face of hundreds of
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
J. The Jewish News of Northern California published a duo of damning articles this evening outlining President Wong’s rocky history with the Jewish community on campus.
The publication, which covers a range of topics that pertain to the Northern California Jewish community, published a news story alongside
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
Violence erupted in Berkeley today when competing left and right wing groups clashed in Martin Luther King Park.
It was unclear which group announced their event first, but both were determined to rally in the park simultaneously.
Rich Black, who organized the March for Trump event at
Thousands of protesters filled Civic Center Plaza Saturday afternoon, joining cities nationwide, to demand President Trump release his tax returns.
Presidents are not required by law to release their tax returns, but each has done so voluntarily since the early ‘70s.
Trump has refused to release his
A school shooting in San Bernardino Monday ended with two adults and one student dead, confirmed San Bernardino police chief. The shooting took place a short distance away from the location of the 2015 attack.
Police Chief Jarrod Burguan tweeted that the classroom shooting at North
San Francisco Women Against Rape held their 12th annual walk on April 8 at the Women’s Building to raise awareness about sexual assault and violence against women.
According to SFWAR, one in four women and one in 11 men will be raped once in their lifetime
President Trump launched airstrikes in Syria late Thursday evening in response to a chemical weapons attack allegedly ordered by the Syrian government on its own people.
“It is in this vital national security interest of the United States to prevent and deter the spread and use
An indecent exposure incident occurred in the J. Paul Leonard library Saturday afternoon.
The incident happened at 3:19 p.m. on April 1 when a non-SF State affiliated female, who was studying on the fourth floor of the library, alerted the University Police Department of a man
Amid protests Wednesday, the California State University system’s governing board voted 11-8 to raise tuition at its 23 campuses – the first raise in six years.
Tuition will increase by $270 per year for in-state students beginning in the 2017-2018 school year, up from the current
Violence broke out as an event promoted as a march for Trump and alt-right rally clashed against counter-protesters with fists and pepper spray in Berkeley Saturday afternoon.
The March 4 Trump ralliers arrived at Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park around 12:30 p.m., joining the
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
SF State Vice President of Student Affairs Luoluo Hong sent a Clery Safety Alert email to students notifying them of a suspect seen publicly masturbating on the second floor of the Humanities Building Friday night.
The student said he was studying when he noticed a man
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
An SF State student died early Saturday morning from injuries sustained during an alleged domestic dispute, according to ABC7 News.
Kron 4 News reported that police were called to the victim’s home at 18 Fairview Avenue in Daly City around 12:07 a.m., where Ariana Hatami
An SF State student has filed a report of sexual assault. The incident allegedly occurred in Mary Ward Hall on Thursday.
The female victim was at the Designated Smoking Area located around 750 Font Blvd., which is directly outside of Mary Ward Hall, around 8 p.m.
“Run. Hide. Fight.” Ohio State University students and faculty received this message Monday morning after a student terrorized the campus with a car and knife, sending 11 people to the hospital.
This message has been promoted by local and national law enforcement agencies as the
Hunger striker Julia Retzlaff, 19, was rushed to Clínica Martín-Baró Monday around 10:30 p.m.
Doctors at Clínica Martín-Baró sent Retzlaff to Kaiser Permanente, where she received an IV. After three hours of care, Retzlaff returned to the hunger strike campsite around 2 a.m. Tuesday to sleep
President Leslie E. Wong ordered his office locked down Wednesday in response to the hunger strike for the College of Ethnic Studies. Wong’s office is on the fifth floor of the Administration Building, and access to both the elevator and stairs has been blocked.
“When protest activity occurs
With the proposed California State University system-wide strike a week away, the California Faculty Association and the CSU have agreed to enter a 48-hour media blackout period to allow negotiations to resume without interruption, effective immediately. During this blackout period, neither party will speak with
Cesar Chavez Student Center has reported that the water plumbing was blocked and bathrooms were closed during one of the busiest times of day. The water functions next to Gold Coast Grill & Catering were out of service, earlier today.
Xiomara Carranza, 19, who works at Shah's Halal
Students from the College of Ethnic Studies lined up to air their grievances with President Leslie E. Wong during a tense town hall meeting Monday.
President Wong, who was joined by Academic Senate Chair Troi Carleton, used the meeting to talk about the importance of
In a meeting with President Leslie E. Wong Thursday morning, students, faculty and members of the campus community gathered to list their demands in response to news of potential spending cuts to the College of Ethnic Studies.
Nikko Martinez, the president of the Ethnic Studies Student
Faculty in the College of Ethnic Studies were informed in a meeting this morning about upcoming budget cuts that would drastically reduce the amount of classes available to students for the upcoming fall semester.
Shannon Deloso, the Ethnic Studies representative for Associated Students, Inc., attended this
President Leslie E. Wong has banned hoverboards at SF State effective immediately.
In a meeting last Thursday, Wong said safety is his top priority and that banning hoverboards will help ensure students' safety.
Philippe Cumia, director of student housing and conference programs, sent an email
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="600"] Two victims reported an armed robbery incident to the University Police Department that occurred Sunday, Nov. 1, 2015, at 1:07 a.m. near the designated smoking area (DSA) and Mary Ward Hall. (Emma Chiang / Xpress)[/caption]
A woman was reportedly robbed and beaten with
SF State President Leslie E. Wong lifted the ban on University-funded travel to Indiana Friday.
The lift of the ban would take effect immediate, Wong said in a mass email. Wong implemented the ban last month in protest to the state's religious freedom laws.
"I believe that statements made by
Associated Student, Inc. postponed the 2015 Spring Elections due to technical difficulties with the online voting ballot.
ASI announced via email that voting scheduled for last week would instead be held April 13 until April 17 at 11:59 p.m. ASI Education Representative Linda Duncan said the problems did
Two groups of protesters converged on San Francisco City Hall Tuesday afternoon to call attention to the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement and participate in a national day of action.
Stop Mass Incarceration Network, an organization who vocalizes its devotion to ending the police brutality of Black
The former owner of an environmental waste disposal firm that contracted with SF State was sentenced to nearly four years in prison Thursday.
Stephen Cheung, 49, pleaded guilty to more than 100 counts of bribing a former university official with a Volvo automobile and monetary payments
The former mayor of San Francisco, Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom, will speak at SF State’s 114th commencement ceremony next month, according to a University announcement released Tuesday, April 7.
“Throughout his career, Lieutenant Governor Newsom has been a strong advocate for California's world-renowned higher education system," President Leslie E. Wong
SF State President Leslie E. Wong issued a statement Monday banning university-funded travel to Indiana in response to that state's recent religious freedom legislation.
No SF State funds will be appropriated to support employee or student travel, according to a mass email sent by Wong to faculty, staff and students. Travel authorized prior to