• As worry over China's new coronavirus grows, SFO will start screening passengers arriving from central China for the pathogen. The San Francisco airport is one of the three — which includes both LAX and JFK international airports — to initiative the screenings; the virus has claimed the lives of countless Chinese livestock, sickening some 40 people and killing two. [Associated Press]
  • SF's 2020 Women's March rally and demonstration begins today at 11 a.m. at City Hall Plaza. Organizers are asking attendees to RSVP via Eventbrite — "for headcount only, no need to bring ticket"— or the official Facebook Event; other Women's Marches in San Jose and Oakland are also happening in tandem today, as well. [womensmarchsf.org]
  • The Trump Administration moves hundreds of immigration cases out of San Francisco. Northern California attorneys fear that the sudden shift to move these cases to Van Nuys, a small city outside of Los Angeles, could stop these cases from received adequate legal counsel, while also delaying those that already have representation. [The Guardian]
  • It's official: Space Force has its first uniforms. Hilarity — and questions as to why one would need camo outside of our atmosphere —ensues. [The Hill]
  • A man thought to be responsible for Monday's fatal shooting of a 17-year-old victim on 1400 block of 48th Avenue was arrested. This cuffing marks the first homicide arrest for Oakland in 2020. [East Bay Times]
  • Concerns over the amount of private surveillance networks installed in San Francisco is making some privacy advocates raise an eyebrow. [KRON 4]
  • JetBlue has stopped all service to Oakland International Airport, adding another name to a growing list of airliners that have chosen to bypass the East Bay airport. [Chronicle]
  • These 27 facts about SF's iconic cable cars might actually surprise you. [CurbedSF]
  • Last night's SF Ballet Gala was full of opulent regalia and jaw-dropping looks. [Chronicle]

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