∙ Sonoma Count officials on Thursday approved $2.5 million for use in removing toxic flood debris. The funds should help clean up the trash-strewn streets of Guerneville. [CBS SF]

∙ The San Francisco resident who became the first local measles case in years caught the virus on an international flight. A Santa Clara County resident also contracted the highly contagious disease on the same flight, from the same source. [CBS SF]

∙ Some weird pervy naked guy is roaming around a South San Jose neighborhood peeking in windows while smoking a cigarette. He's been caught on surveillance cameras, and was seen exiting what a Honda Odyssey minivan. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ An elderly woman experienced a home-invasion robbery in the Outer Mission on Wednesday morning. The 69-year-old woman heard footsteps above her, and it was a burglar who told her to stay in her bedroom. [Bay City News]

Richmond High School was closed for the second straight day due to a power outage. [CBS SF]

There are only nine remaining regularly scheduled season games for the Warriors at Oracle Arena, and the Chron's Ann Killion thinks Oakland deserves a better goodbye before the team relocates across the Bay. [Chronicle]

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is threatening a federal takeover of the San Francisco’s Housing Authority because it is in “substantial default” of its obligations to administer low-income housing programs. [Examiner]

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