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Top SF news: SamTrans accused of 'dumping' homeless on Embarcadero; man hit by Muni ID'd; more

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SamTrans blamed for dumping SFO's homeless on Embarcadero

There's a weird story today in which a San Francisco supervisor is pointing the finger at San Mateo County and the SamTrans bus agency for intentionally shuttling homeless people out of SFO and dropping them off at 2 a.m. at the new "end of the line" near the Embarcadero.

Read the full story on SFist.

School gym set up as homeless shelter for San Francisco families; city thinks program is a 'success'

"Even though she is sleeping in a gym, she has some hope for a better future for the kids": On any given night, about 30 SFUSD students sleep inside a gym at a school in the Mission District. Most of the kids come from single-parent families, who have nowhere else to go.

Read the full story on ABC7 News.

Police: Possible link between San Leandro burglary, SF home invasion

Police say a burglary in San Leandro may be tied to a violent home invasion in San Francisco.

Read the full story on KRON 4 News.

Man killed in collision with Muni train identified

A man killed after being run over by a Muni light-rail train early Sunday morning has been identified as Todd Odnamar, according to the San Francisco medical examiner’s office. 

Read the full story on NBC Bay Area.

'I feel unsafe': JP Morgan conference attendees weigh in on SF

Over 9,000 attendees are currently inundating San Francisco for the 38th Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference. And according to Bloomberg , they aren't happy with what the city's had in store for them.

Read the full story on SFGATE.


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