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Thursday Morning What's Up: SF School Board Likely to Extend Lottery Admissions at Lowell Another Year

  • Although there are three new mayor-appointed members of the SF school board, the board will likely vote to retain Lowell High School’s lottery-based licensure for another academic year. One of the three appointees, Ann Hsu, has been vocal in support of restoring merit-based admissions, but the board will revisit the issue at a special meeting today. [Chronicle]
  • VTA bus drivers in the South Bay say they are increasingly the target of attacks, and the agency is now asking the public for help in locating a suspect who assaulted a driver at the Milpitas Transit Center on May 25. [ABC 7]
  • Former San Jose Mayor Norman Mayor, who also served as Secretary of Transportation under Clinton, will be buried today and Bill Clinton is expected to speak at the service. [KRON4]
  • That all-round meeting is taking place today at Twitter with potential new owner and CEO Elon Musk. [CBS SF]
  • Democratic prosecutors in blue, urban counties in Republican states will likely resist post-roe abortion laws by refusing to prosecute cases involving them. [Associated Press]
  • Average mortgage rates just rose to 5.78%, up from 5.23% last week, the largest weekly jump since 1987. [CNN]

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