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Weekly briefs: Feb. 8-14

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The San Francisco police have arrested three suspects after a 911 call led the police to an unconscious man near Union Square on Wednesday night. The victim was 31-year-old Andrew Emmett, who was declared dead shortly after the police arrived. A medical examiner determined that Emmett’s injuries were consistent with homicide.

If you need for some guidance with personal statements for scholarships, Scott McMullen will be holding a personal statement workshop for Skyline College students who want to apply for scholarships on Tuesday, Feb. 20 from 4-5 p.m. in Building 5, Room 102.

Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia from the 58th district which covers communities in Southeast Los Angeles, has been accused of sexual misconduct after a former capitol employee says that she groped him. She has denied the claims. Garcia said that while the investigation by the California State Assembly is active, she will take an unpaid leave of absence.

After a $9 million renovation that lasted three years, the Corona Heights’ Randall Museum which is known for focusing on nature, science, and arts, reopened Saturday, Feb. 11, to the public. With the new upgrade, the museum has live zoology, geology, and animal exhibitions, plus science and ceramic classrooms and a cafe.

Location : 199 Museum Way, San Francisco, CA 94114

Check the link for more details on the upgraded museum.

http://hoodline.com/2018/02/corona-heights-randall-museum-to-reopen-after-9m-renovation

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Weekly briefs: Feb. 8-14