Here are the rest of today's headlines:

∙ A total of 15 North Bay communities are now under an evacuation order due to flooding. Authorities are comparing potential flood heights to January 1, 1997. [CBS SF / Press Democrat]

∙ After pleading guilty last year, 23-year-old Amer Alhaggagi of Oakland has been sentenced to 15 years and eight months in prison for attempting to aid ISIS. Alhaggagi's defense attorney argued that his discussions with an undercover agent of wanting to bomb a nightclub and a dormitory were just jokes and internet trolling. [Associated Press]

∙ As floodwaters rise in the Russian River, a 6- to 8-foot-deep mudslide shut down Bohemian Highway in Monte Rio this afternoon. The road will be closed indefinitely. [SFGate]

∙ A tow-truck driver was struck and killed by a passing motorist on Highway 101 this afternoon in Sausalito. The tragic accident happened in the southbound lanes when the vehicle apparently lost control. [CBS SF]

∙ Marin County CHP officers quipped on Facebook and Twitter that they "don't need any more business" during the storm today after dealing with a DUI. An apparently drunk driver drove off a hill in Marinwood. [ABC 7]

∙ State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond returned to Oakland Tuesday for a second day serving as mediator in strike negotiations. The district and teachers' union remain at an impasse. [CBS SF]

∙ A Northern California prison inmate just got another 141 years for murdering his cellmate. 34-year-old Brandon Keen was just sentenced in the 6-year-old case from Salinas Valley State Prison. [CBS SF]

∙ Amidst the high tension following a shooting and a power outage on the SFSU campus last night, somebody also decided to set off some fireworks. People are assholes. [Bay City News]

Photo: Sonoma Sheriff/Twitter