The man accused of murdering five people in San Francisco on Friday was set to be deported from the U.S. in 2006 but ended up staying after Vietnamese authorities failed to provide travel documents for him.
Five homicide victims, four of them related, were found in a home a block from City College of San Francisco, according to police.
City College of San Francisco’s elected trustees often skip meetings but still collect monthly $500 stipends.
San Francisco’s City College is just one of many campuses to participate in Sunday’s Hands Across America protest to show support for higher education.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee on Wednesday announced a plan to implement the city’s new local hiring law, and on Thursday City College trustees announced a similar resolution to address what they say is a lack of local hiring at one of their campuses.
An introduction of a private bill from U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein has temporarily halted the deportation of a San Francisco community college nursing student who has been living in the country illegally.