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- Your holiday weekend ICYMI: Santa Clara's police union is threatening to boycott Levi's Stadium duty after 49er Colin Kaepernick takes stand against police brutality, mysterious Ubers hit SF, organized pinball has exploded in the Bay Area, George Clooney rumored as CA Governor candidate, a Steak 'n Shake is opening in Daly City, this video about Muttvile Dog rescue is pretty tear-jerky, a fancy Burning Man camp was vandalized by the less fancy, and a teen's disappearance made exiting Burning Man especially awful.
Your Saturday, Sunday and Labor Day links.
- There was a small grass fire on Hippie Hill this weekend. [KRON 4]
UC Berkeley students are struggling to find housing they can afford. [SF Chronicle]
- The San Francisco Police Officers Association has endorsed interim Police Chief Tony Chaplin for the permanent post of police chief. [KRON 4]
- Apple engineer couldn't get Genius Bar gig, is it because he's 54? [New York Times]
- [MrEricSir] takes a tour of Lands End and Sutro Heights.
Despite looming jail time, Gurbaksh Chahal is back as Gravity4 CEO. [TechCrunch]
- Driver of car with diplomatic plates parks in disconcerting manner on Post. [SF Weekly]
ITT Tech is shutting down its campuses immediately including the Oakland and Concord campuses, the school announced on Tuesday. [KRON 4]
- Professor who went on indefinite leave following allegations of sexual harassment has returned to UC Berkeley. [ABC 7]
- Colin Kaepernick didn't go to church on Sunday after all. [CBS 5]