∙ An Amtrak Coast Starlight train en route from Seattle to Los Angeles has been stranded since Sunday evening in a remote part of Oregon with 183 passengers on board. After hitting a fallen tree on the tracks, the train has running low on supplies, and is now slowly making its way back to Seattle. [NBC News / ABC News]

∙ Tesla CEO Elon Musk was once again tweeting out of turn, against a court order, and a judge now wants to hold him in contempt. Just stop with the tweeting, Elon. [CBS SF]

∙ More drama around the death of Public Defender Jeff Adachi: He once tried to get the medical examiner fired. That's the same medical examiner leading the investigation into his death. [ABC 7]

∙ Public meetings over a proposed 900-unit residential project on top of Muni's bus and rail yard in Potrero have yielded little consensus. The city owned project would be 25 percent affordable, but there were naturally those who want it to be 50 or 100 percent affordable. [Mission Local]

∙ After going several months without a starred review or official critic, the Chronicle will publish five restaurant reviews at once this weekend. Newly hired critic Soleil Ho will review Chez Panisse and La Folie, along with Nyum Bai and Thomas Keller's new Yountville Mexican spot La Calenda. [Eater]

Remembering mudslides from two winters ago that took out a couple of homes, Oakland Hills residents are wary about the current storm. [ABC 7]

A highlight reel from Oscar winner Mahershala Ali's basketball days at St. Mary's has gone viral. [ABC 7]

100,000 tulips are coming to Union Square next week (March 2) for American Tulip Day, and visitors are free to take one. [SFGate]

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