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Opponents of a proposal to arm San Francisco police with Tasers turned out in force at a public meeting.
The City has agreed to spend almost $5.4 million annually for the next two years, and is expected to begin subsidizing tuition costs beginning this fall.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, Supervisor Jane Kim and City College of San Francisco interim Chancellor Susan Lamb are announcing a plan Monday to provide access for City College students.
City College of San Francisco has had its accreditation reaffirmed for the next seven years.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday gave final approval for $9 million in funding to make City College of San Francisco free for all residents.
A vote on City College of San Francisco's accreditation is expected this week, but it could be as long as a month before local officials learn the results
Supervisors allocated $9 million toward a tuition-free City College for San Francisco residents, but Mayor Lee wants the funds to help only those students "unable to pay."
San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener appears to have defeated Supervisor Jane Kim in a hard-fought campaign for District 11 state Senate.
Two people were hospitalized with serious injuries after a head-on collision Wednesday afternoon.
City College of San Francisco officials announced a tentative agreement with faculty that averts a strike.
San Francisco Supervisors voted 10-1 in favor of making CCSF tuition free to residents and city workers.
City College of San Francisco faculty members went on strike Wednesday morning for the first time in their union's history.
San Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim announced Tuesday a proposal to make City College of San Francisco free for those who live and work in the city.
A pedestrian was struck by a San Francisco Fire Department ambulance near City College of San Francisco Tuesday morning.
The union is planning a rally and picket line at the college's Ocean Campus Friday morning.
Police evacuated the Rosenberg Library at City College of San Francisco's Ocean campus Tuesday morning.
The California Community Colleges Board of Governors voted Monday to extend the appointment of a special trustee to oversee the City College of San Francisco.
A group of City College of San Francisco students occupied an administration building Wednesday afternoon and said they intended to stay until their demands are met or they are forced out, a student organizer said.
Around 7 p.m., student organizer…
A tsunami of whistles broke the daily hustle and bustle of City Hall Tuesday.
City College students and faculty and members protested the appointment Guy Lease as special trustee.
A new City College of San Francisco special trustee was appointed Monday.
The chancellor of City College of San Francisco said tonight that the college will take up the opportunity provided by a court injunction.
Around 50 displaced residents have gathered at an evacuation center tonight while a four-alarm fire continues to burn.
The California Community College Board of Governors decided this week to open up competition for the accreditation of community colleges in California.
San Francisco police evacuated private Lick-Wilmerding high school in the city's Ingleside neighborhood.
A week of swirling news leaves California's largest community college firmly in the spotlight.
A San Francisco Superior Court judge announced a tentative ruling Friday that would roll back a regional accrediting commission's 2013 decision.
Unions and officials expressed concern Wednesday over City College of San Francisco's future.
City College of San Francisco has been granted 'restoration' status by its accreditors.
A CCSFS campus primarily serving ESL students in the city's Civic Center neighborhood was suddenly closed Friday.
A San Francisco Superior Court judge heard final arguments Tuesday regarding the termination of accreditation for City College of San Francisco.
Dozens of supporters urged the swift return to power of the San Francisco Community College District's elected board of trustees.
City College faces the battle of its life as accreditors challenge its role as higher education provider for San Francisco.
The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges handed City College a staggering verdict on Tuesday.