Here's the rest of what made headlines around SF today.

A fugitive recovery operation conducted in San Francisco on Wednesday led to 50 arrests of people with outstanding warrants for a variety of charges. The operation was conducted by the Tenderloin Police Station in partnership with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department’s Warrant Service Unit. [CBS SF]

BART police are finally going to start carrying the overdose-reversing drug Narcan. The change has been a long time coming. [SF Weekly]

As of 3 p.m. this afternoon, an overturned tractor trailer was blocking all of the westbound lanes of I-80 in Vacaville. It's causing a major traffic nightmare, and cars are being diverted to Lagoon Valley Road. [CBS SF]

– A couple was robbed of their McChicken sandwich, at knifepoint, outside the Market and 2nd Street McDonalds on Wednesday. [Chronicle]

– Both Cafe International and Mad Dog in the Fog are temporarily closed in the Lower Haight for seismic retrofit work. [Hoodline]

– A new study says that Berkeley's tax on sugary sodas decreased consumption of the drinks by half. [Chronicle]

– ABC 7 the latest from the Oakland teachers strike, and footage from a rec center that was taking in kids who couldn't go to school today. [ABC 7]

– A 39-year-old man was reportedly robbed early this morning by two prostitutes at a North Beach hotel. [Examiner]

– SF-based Pinterest is prepping for an IPO. [SF Business Times]

– It's been nearly six months since the Chronicle ran an official restaurant review, and Michael Bauer's replacement, Soleil Ho, is set to drop her first review any day now. [Eater SF]