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- Your weekend ICYMI: A 22 car freight train derailed near Sacramento, a 100-year-old SF woman involved in a lengthy legal landlord battle was evicted, thousands of people spelled "RESIST" on Ocean Beach, passengers fled a SFO-bound plane when the pilot began ranting about her divorce, an alt-right group is planning a march in Berkeley, and several NorCal towns were evacuated Sunday after the Oroville spillway neared catastrophic failure.
Your Saturday and Sunday links.
Big rigs were blocking traffic on two separate Bay Area freeways Monday morning. [KRON 4]
- Does Google need a Pixel watch? [CNet] says they do.
- Winter storms continue to cause big problems for Bay Area roadways and several key commute routes. [ABC 7]
- Cross-country "Longest Walk" kicks off in SF. [SF Chronicle]
- A standoff at a Redwood City country club ended late Sunday morning with a man who allegedly stabbed himself being taken into custody, according to police. [Bay City News]
- "Why does everything new getting built in the Mission look like it’s made of earth-tone Legos?" [Mission Local]
- Silicon Valley employees are emerging as a potent group of anti-Trump activists. Can they make a difference? [Backchannel]
- The Department of Homeland Security and Santa Cruz police busted what was described as a violent street gang linked to murders and drug trafficking early Monday morning. [CBS 5]
- San Francisco police reported more use-of-force incidents in the last quarter of 2016 than the previous quarter. [SF Examiner]