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- Activist faints during ongoing hunger strike at SFPD's Mission Station. [Bay City News] [Mission Local]
- [Cnet] predicts that last quarter, iPhone sales dropped for the first time since the device went on sale in 2007.
Local broadcast makes some telling transcription errors in Black Panthers report. [Fishbowl]
- SF's second-tallest tower could be ready for occupancy by the end of 2019 or early 2020. [SocketSite]
- A week after two boys were lost in the surf off Ocean Beach, a 25-year-old man was rescued Saturday evening in the same area. [Bay City News]
- The embattled Transbay Transit Center project has named an interim head. [SF Business Times]
- Hundreds of people and their dogs marched on Crissy Field Saturday, angry over the GGNRA's proposed canine restrictions. [SF Chronicle] [CBS 5]
San Francisco pimp screams at 14-year-old victim as sentence is read. [SF Chronicle]
- Former national security advisers are Team Apple when it comes to encryption. [New York Times]
- A proposed development in a former Pacifica quarry will be on that city's November ballot. [SF Examiner]
- Startups struggle to nab VC now that investors want to know how these companies plan on being profitable. THE NERVE! [SF Chronicle]