• Thousands of anti-abortion activists marched the streets of downtown San Francisco yesterday for Walk For Life's 16th iteration. The protest was, as one would expect, populated with MAGA hats and calls for Trump's innocence amidst the current impeachment trial. [ABC7]
  • The State Department is moving personnel stationed in Wuhan, China on a one-time flight to SFO. As fear and doom grow over the recent coronavirus outbreak — an illness that's already sickened hundreds and claimed over fifty lives — the single San Francisco-bound flight will transport personnel and a limited number of passport-carrying private citizens back to the United States on January 28th. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Homeowners in one Alameda County community were given a $20,000 bill to clean up the trash and hazardous waste left from an abandoned homeless encampment. The question now is who is ultimately going to foot the price: the Lakewood Home Owners Association or the property owners themselves. [KPIX]
  • The forever-beloved Trump Chicken — who was joined alongside a 33ft giant squid — was brought back to SF Saturday, spotted sailing along the Embarcadero's waterfront. [SF Examiner]
  • BART is going to build 22 canopies over four entrances to stations along Market Street. [SF Examiner]
  • A recent study finds that San Franciscan's overwhelmingly support the idea of a Latino Cultural District on Mission Street. [Mission Local]
  • Ron Howard's documentary "Rebuilding Paradise" on the 2018 Camp Fire draws praise and applause at Sundance. [Hollywood Reporter]
  • An Alameda County judge has ordered four people to stand trial who were involved in a "pimp and a love triangle angle," which left two Bay Area women dead. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Demi Lovato, Lizzo, and Billie Eilish to perform at tonight's 62nd Grammy Awards — and here's how to watch them. [Newsweek]

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