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It’s 7 a.m., 56° and headed to 62°. Once the clouds disappear, it’s going to be sunny, sunny, sunny!

City College opened Friday amid uncertainty as to whether it will retain its accreditation. But the school’s 85,000 students aren’t going to let it go down without a fight. The San Francisco Chronicle has the story:

Feeding the fear over City College’s future is that about 50,000 students — mainly low-income students of color — rely on the school to help develop careers, for higher education or simply to learn English.

An additional 36,000 take free, noncredit classes, a 32 percent plunge from a decade ago when the state more easily subsidized them. Those short-term classes include everything from computer basics and construction to parenting and self-defense.

Jae-Mi has a new music video out titled “Titanica.” The video was filmed all over San Francisco and prominently features Dolores Park.

Your Mission High School football team and defending Turkey Bowl champions are suffering from a bit of Turkey Bowl hangover, according to the San Francisco Examiner. After graduating a number of key seniors, the Bears will need to put in some serious work to repeat as city champs.

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