Eran casi las siete de la mañana del 15 de septiembre de 2010. Steve Li estaba en piyama cuando escuchó que alguien tocaba fuerte la puerta. Li fue a despertar a su mamá para ver...
A year after being deported to France, a family pulls itself together.
Police commissioner Angela Chan said that San Francisco is the only city, as far as she knows, that’s conducting audits on national program.
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the resolution is scheduled to be introduced tomorrow. En Español
UPDATE: Family given 60 days. En Español
Juvenile Probation Department refuses to implement new policy. En Español
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Unaccompanied Honduran youth appear to move elsewhere. En Español
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Friends since spending their childhood summers in Turkey, Murat and Pelin reunited as adults and married. Their happy life in the Mission was short lived when Murat was deported for overstaying his visa.
Mayor Gavin Newsom pulls a disappearing act, but that doesn't stop the drama at city hall.
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Murat Celebi-Ariner will be deported today on a one-way ticket purchased by his wife.
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The Amuse Bouche vendor blended in easily among the Mission's world of hip street food carts. But Celebi-Ariner's impending deportation is a story many Mission residents know all too well.
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His wife continues the battle, but the Amuse Bouche pastry chef will be deported back to France.
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