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- The New York Times just published a good piece about the black exodus from SF. [NYT]
- The driver arrested in connection with that sideshow on the Bay Bridge on Sunday, 20-year-old Moises Rosales of San Leandro, has pleaded not guilty. [CBS 5]
Tesla has revealed plans to make a compact SUV, a pickup truck, a big-rig truck, and buses too. [Wired]
- An NTSB investigator just testified that he believed PG&E lied to him in the wake of the San Bruno blast. [Chron]
Video features interviews with SF State students who have struggled with homelessness. [Golden Gate Xpress]
- Hiring platform Woo releases data showing that Bay Area women in tech working as engineers, designers, developers and in other technical roles make 20 percent less than men. [Business Times]
New study suggests moon phases and earthquakes are linked, just as they are with tides. [CBS 5]
SF will make $120K this year from Airbnb's furniture tax. [Chron]
- A former San Mateo police officer was arrested Thursday morning in Stockton for multiple alleged sexual assaults while on duty. [KRON 4]
- Mark Zuckerberg talks to [The Verge] about his plan to bring the internet to every human on earth.
- A federal judge put Airbnb's constitutional challenge of a crackdown ordinance passed by San Francisco on hold for 60 days, pending an upcoming vote on changes to the proposed law by the city-county's board of supervisors. [Courthouse News]