• Grubhub and Doordash join the ranks of those sued over worker classification. [Business Times]
  • Fixing the Bay Bridge’s cracked and/or corroded rods could cost $15 million in toll money. [Chron]
    The suspect in the drive-by shooting in Oakland and subsequent carjackings who was shot and killed by officers in San Leandro Tuesday morning has been identified as 32-year-old Dante Osborne. [Oakland Tribune]
  • IBM is putting a second Watson computer in SF. [Fortune]
  • The SFPD union is defending their fairly aggressive ad campaign which appears critical of Obama's policies on crime. [CBS SF]
  • Parents of Kate Steinle, the Pier 14 shooting Victim, say they’re not opposed to Sanctuary Cities nor are they pro-deportation. [Chron]
  • Watch out for a lunar eclipse this weekend. [Wired]