City College of San Francisco
Dozens of San Francisco City College supporters gathered on the steps of City Hall Tuesday to urge passage of a parcel tax to ward off class closures.
Funding cuts to higher education in California means not only increased tuition and fees for students, but accreditation sanctions against schools like San Francisco’s City College among others.
The school’s board of trustees is looking at all of its options, including possibly closing campuses, cutting classes and staff layoffs.
An insert in the San Francisco Examiner Monday listed 35 pages of names, and the amount owed, dating back more than ten years. Some had more than $2,000 headed their way.
The culinary arts and hospitality program must cut $250,000 from its $1.6 million budget, which will prompt the closure of the cafeteria in three months unless additional funds can be found, department chair Tannis Reinhertz said Friday.
A man whose brother is accused of killing five people in San Francisco’s Ingleside neighborhood last month was ordered Thursday to stand trial on unrelated drug and weapons charges.
The San Francisco plumber accused of the gruesome slayings of five people inside a home near City College of San Francisco has pleaded not guilty to murder charges.
A man whose brother is accused of killing five people in San Francisco’s Ingleside neighborhood last month pleaded not guilty to unrelated drug and weapons charges Tuesday and was ordered held without bail.
A man found fatally shot in San Francisco’s Ingleside neighborhood late Sunday night has been identified by the medical examiner’s office as 20-year-old Jahmad Karriem.
Crime scene investigators were back on the scene of last week’s mass murder in San Francisco’s Ingleside District, collecting evidence on Friday.