∙ San Francisco police are making extra patrols around area mosques Friday in the wake of the mass shooting in New Zealand. Authorities in New Zealand warned mosques around the world to be on alert after the highly coordinated terrorist attack took place during Friday prayers. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ As an 8,000-unit development gets set to break ground on Treasure Island next year, residents complain that they are being denied relocation assistance, and that toxic soils on the island made them sick. One TI resident says the island gave him cancer, and others complain that they are being unfairly displaced. [Examiner]

∙ A group of parents and students, including one recent college applicant from San Francisco, discuss and justify what they paid admissions consultants and tutors with the New York Times. "I believe the college admissions process is unfair to the disadvantaged or lesser-advantaged, but at the end of the day, the system is what it is, and I had a goal I worked hard to achieve," says Zach Durbin of San Francisco. [New York Times]

∙ East Bay racetrack Golden Gate Fields is making changes in how horses are handled following 22 recent horse deaths at a SoCal track. The deaths at Santa Anita racetrack have led the local track to ban steroids, joint injections, and Lasix, a common diuretic. [ABC 7]

49ers legend Joe Montana says he used the legitimate consulting services of accused college admissions fraudster Rick Singer to help his kids, who had "a number of schools" to choose from based on their own merit. [Chronicle]

A group of Cambodians in the Bay Area recently detained by ICE, some of them former refugees, are likely to be deported. [Chronicle]

BART is discussing replacing fare gates to crack down on fare evasions, but replacing the gates systemwide will cost $250 million. [CBS SF]

And BART is spending $100 million to replace 41 aging escalators at downtown SF stations. [SFGate]

The Chronicle has more on the Redwood City salt ponds development that was green-lighted by Trump's EPA. [Chronicle]

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