∙ Google/Alphabet has just been fined $1.7 billion by the EU's antitrust commission for violations concerning the AdSense platform. This brings the total fines imposed on Google by the EU up to $10 billion, though the company is likely to appeal this fine as it has previous ones. [CBS SF]

∙ Vice President Mike Pence was in the Bay Area yesterday meeting with Silicon Valley CEOs for some reason. The meeting with no announced purpose happened at Oracle headquarters in Redwood Shores, and Pence also reportedly visited some classrooms at Design Tech High School, a charter school on the Oracle campus. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ Pinterest just signed a huge new lease in SoMa ahead of its planned IPO. The company will be taking almost 490,000 square feet of a planned new office building at 88 Bluxome which is replacing the San Francisco Tennis Club, and which won't be complete until 2022. [Chronicle]

∙ SF health inspectors just ordered Sidewalk Wellness, the CBD product store in the Mission that's connected to Sidewalk Juice, to remove all its consumable CBD items. CBD drinks and edibles still aren't legal under state law. [Mission Local]

A 30-year-old man who was shot in East Oakland on Sunday died from his wounds at Highland Hospital on Tuesday. [Bay City News]

Second graders at an elementary school in Sonoma inadvertently started looking at soft-core porn on YouTube on school-provided iPads and now the school district is removing YouTube from all iPads. [CBS SF]

Steph Curry has blown past the 300 mark for three-point shots for the third time in four seasons, and he helped the Warriors beat the Timberwolves Tuesday 117-107. [CBS SF]

The Board of Supervisors is close to approving a new marina at Clipper Cove on Treasure Island. [Examiner]