∙ Elon Musk's Boring Company, born out of his frustrations with Los Angeles traffic, may get its first real-world contract, in Las Vegas. The proposal would build an autonomous-vehicle tunnel around a new mega-conference center, which could potentially expand to the whole Strip. [Associated Press]

Sonoma County health officials have declared a health emergency due to "flood crud," and the potential for contact with the hazardous waste left behind from last week's flooding. [Press-Democrat]

A high school student in Livermore stabbed a classmate on Tuesday and was arrested. [CBS SF]

BART still isn't doing a great job catching or fining fare evaders. [Chronicle]

Oakland's Pacific Boychoir Academy, a private school, believed they were sitting on a multi-million-dollar fortune in Chinese art, but it's all apparently fake. [Associated Press]

Caltrans is fairly worried about a cliffside that is rapidly eroding beneath Highway 1 in Montara, about a mile south of Devil's Slide. [CBS SF]

A Bay Area woman was part of the winning the Jeopardy! All Stars team, and took home a share of the $1 million prize. [ABC 7]

Warriors coach Steve Kerr called the team's 128-95 loss to the Boston Celtics last night "embarrassing." [Examiner]