• There was a double shooting Friday night near Drumm Street at the Hyatt Regency Hotel that left two men injured. One man is said to have sustained life-threatening injuries, while the other one is recovering from less severe wounds; both men were taken to a nearby hospital and police are still looking for the gunman. [ABC7]
  • SF police have set up additional patrols around Chinatown over the Lunar New Year weekend after a wake of violent attacks on older Asians. [KRON4]
  • The navigation center in District 3 — which is designated to help mostly homeless youth between 18 to 24 — opened this week at Post and Hyde streets. [Hoodline]
  • Despite state orders to demolish it, the homeless encampment at Oakland's Union Point Park is still standing. [Oaklandside]
  • Carey Craddock, a Bay Area-based expert horticulturist, will be hosting a free Zoom "Grow Your Own Food" online workshop today to help gardeners — no matter their skill level — plant, grow, and maintain their own food supplies that also help benefit the planet. [Mission Local]
  • Here’s a list (of mostly online) South Bay events to help you celebrate the Lunar New Year over the weekend. [Hoodline]
  • And a vaccine trial at Oxford is looking into the safety and efficacy of using the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine — which was developed by the university — in children. [The Hill]

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