- A death row inmate at San Quentin attacked a guard while being secured in a shower stall. [Bay City News]
- The organization behind the annual Davos global economic summit has announced that it will open a center in San Francisco to study the implications of new technologies poised to transform society. [SF Chronicle]
- Million dollar Sunset teardown now a $7200/month rental. [Curbed SF]
Meet the youngest billionaires in Bay Area tech. [SF Business Times]
- Atlanta-based BT Property LLC, an organization linked to David Abney, the CEO of UPS, has bought a block in the Mission. [The Registry]
- Here are all the [SF Chronicle]'s endorsements for next month's election, here for you to heed or oppose.
- The mother of a man fatally shot by San Francisco police near AT&T Park in 2014 has filed a civil rights lawsuit in federal court against SFPD. [CBS 5]