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Afternoon News Roundup
Connecting the Dots: afternoon edition for Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Last night, in San Francisco's Ingleside neighborhood, a woman and a boy were sent to the hospital due to a mysterious explosion allegedly caused by drug manufacturing. The situation is undergoing investigation; it has not been released what drug was being made or what the relationship of the two were. Police plan to arrest the 33-year-old woman…
Speaking of arrests, earlier today a bicyclist was hit by a pickup truck on the intersection of Fifth and Market in the city's financial district. According to the police, the bicyclist did not have a light, and no arrest was made...
Ross Mirkarimi has been given permission to see his son. The San Francisco sheriff is facing a trial on domestic abuse but was granted visitation rights this morning. He will be allowed to see his son two hours every weekday and six hours every weekend…
Any parents would be interested in this news: college tuition is going up this academic year. Stanford University is raising its tuition three percent for next school year. Including room and board, the cost for an undergraduate education tops $50,000 a year. Those with a family income of $100,000 or less, however, will earn a free ride. With an income of $60,000 or below, the university will supply free room and board with the waived tuition.
Connecting the dots brings the day’s news together