• BART's board of directors showed some unity in unanimously approving a new pilot program involving unarmed "ambassadors" who will roam the trains looking for quality-of-life issues. The team will deal with "biohazards" and other problems, beginning February 10. [CBS SF]
  • SF Supervisor Matt Haney held a hearing today just to talk about how SF doesn't have enough trash cans, and they're not well maintained. The Department of Public Works blames the public, not the number of trash cans. [ABC 7]
  • Senator Dianne Feinstein is walking back some comments she made to Politico that made it sound like she was getting impatient with Nancy Pelosi's delay in sending over the articles of impeachment to the Senate. Feinstein told Politico "if it’s serious and urgent, send them over. If it isn’t, don’t send it over," but now she's saying, "I did not mean to say that." [Chronicle]
  • Legendary KGO/ABC 7 reporter Vic Lee just signed off on his last broadcast on Wednesday, capping a 50-year career in Bay Area journalism. [ABC 7]
  • A new Navigation Center on Post Street in the Tenderloin is getting closer to being approved. [Socketsite]
  • Palo Alto police are seeking a trio of burglary suspects who stole $83,000 in jewelry and watches from the Bloomingdale's store at Stanford Shopping Center. [KTVU]
  • Warrior Steph Curry "put on a show" in practice Thursday, but he's not likely to play again until March. [Chronicle]
  • Chef Tanya Holland has closed the Ferry Building location of Brown Sugar Kitchen. [Chronicle]

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