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SF State reopens campus after power restored


San Francisco State University has reopened its main campus and downtown campus Thursday morning after closing them earlier in the morning because of power outages caused by the stormy weather in the area.

SFSU officials wrote on social media shortly after 6:30 a.m. that the main campus on Holloway Avenue, the downtown campus on Market Street, and the Estuary & Ocean Science Center in Tiburon were all closed until further notice.

The university provided an update about an hour later, saying power had been restored and the main and downtown campuses were reopening. No other information was immediately available from the university.

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