∙ A brief, 2.8 magnitude earthquake rattled East Oakland Friday night. The quake was centered around the Dimond District and hit at 10:41 p.m., exactly six months after a quake of the same magnitude struck the same vicinity. [SFGate]

∙ A black cat named Dexter who survived the Camp Fire is being reunited with his family after 102 days missing. Dexter, who was microchipped, survived unscathed without burned hair or paws. [ABC 7]

∙ NBC Bay Area has new images and interviews from the cleanup in and around Guerneville in Sonoma County. The Guerneville elementary school was only closed for three days because of the flood, and now for only nine days this school year including because of wildfire impacts in the fall. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ Salesforce celebrated its 20th birthday Friday with a private Pitbull concert outside the shuttered Salesforce Transit Center that onlookers nonetheless got glimpses of. Only about 1,000 employees were allowed in to a gated-off area at Mission and Fremont. [ABC 7]

Salesforce co-founders Marc Benioff and Parker Harris reflect on their humble beginnings in a Telegraph Hill apartment. [Chronicle]

Jose Luis Ramos of Watsonville was convicted Friday of shooting and injuring his ex-wife and killing her friend. [NBC Bay Area]

Klay Thompson returned Friday from a two-game absence to help the Warriors beat the Denver Nuggets 122-105. [ABC 7]

The piano-towed-by-a-bicycle guy from Fisherman's Wharf crashed his bike the other day, but he was back out performing Thursday and trying get enough tips to repair his bike, and the piano. [Chronicle]