∙ As residents clean up in the aftermath of last week's flood, the streets of Guerneville and Monte Rio are filling up with muddied trash. ABC 7's Wayne Freedman has been on the case tweeting photos, and locals say they need help from FEMA and President Trump is ignoring them. [ABC 7]

∙ Regarding Mark Zuckerberg's Wednesday pledge to make Facebook all about privacy, the Associated Press wonders how this is even possible at this point. Also, it remains an open question whether the company can successfully serve ads on the platforms it know are its biggest growth opportunities, WhatsApp and Messenger. [Associated Press]

∙ The Berkeley Flea Market, which has operated at the Ashby BART parking lot nearly every weekend since 1973, has been in turmoil. It's set to return this weekend after a brief hiatus, but vendors have been in conflict with the organization that puts it on, and fewer customers have been attending. [Berkeleyside]

∙ James Shirvell, the Stanford admissions officer accused in the LSD-fueled stabbing of his girlfriend last weekend, pleaded not guilt in court yesterday. Both his family and the victim asked the court for leniency. [NBC Bay Area / CBS SF]

∙ San Jose police continue to investigate the mysterious death of 59-year-old Bambi Larson. Evidence suggests that it was a crime of passion. [CBS SF]

∙ Salesforce turns 20 this week. The San Francisco Business Times looks back on how the company has grown its local real estate portfolio. [SF Business Times]

A San Jose homeless man won a fight with the Fairmont Hotel over using its first-floor bathroom. [CBS SF]

A Lyft driver who writes a column for the Examiner tells a story of a Union Square confrontation with an Uber driver. [Examiner]

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