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  • There was a huge fire in downtown Stockton Thursday evening, and high winds prompted a significant evacuation there. [Sac Bee] [ABC 7]
  • Apple's new campus in Cupertino experienced an evacuation Friday due to a gas leak. [CBS 5]
  • A small plane made a crash landing on a street in Concord today, and no one was injured. [CBS 5]
  • While Mark Zuckerberg was speaking at Harvard's commencement Thursday, somebody was hilariously trolling him on the Harvard Crimson website. [CNet]
  • There's new video of an incident two weeks ago in which a train slammed into a semi-truck in Richmond. [KRON 4]
  • High-speed rail opponents are now suing over money that's being spent on the electrification of Caltrain's tracks, because that project will allow the tracks to be shared by the high-speed train. [KRON 4]
  • Democratic lawmakers in Sacramento are advancing a bill for a statewide single-payer healthcare system, but they don't yet know how to pay for it. [KRON 4]
  • A female former line cook at Monsieur Benjamin in Hayes Valley is suing because of a sexual harassment situation with a former kitchen supervisor that she says other restaurant staff, including the executive chef, were aware of before she complained about it. [Chronicle]
  • New plans emerge for the former Lucky Penny property, and they're larger than the first proposal. [Socketsite]
  • SF is losing its laundromats. [Hoodline]
  • The legal mess surrounding the Mavericks surf competition is getting even worse. [NBC Bay Area]
  • La Boulangerie baker Pascal Rigo has moved from working with Starbucks and Munchery to Costco. [Business Times]
  • The Chronicle published two pieces, one pro (by homeless czar Jeff Kotisky) and one con (by a local financial analyst) on building housing for the formerly homeless and disabled on Mission Street in SoMa. [Chronicle]
  • The city's Public Works department cleans up over 500 used syringes off city streets on a daily basis, and now they're hoping IV drug users will politely deposit the needles in biohazard disposal bins. [Chronicle]