∙ A 40-year-old man was fatally stabbed in broad daylight at the corner of Jefferson and Taylor Streets near Fisherman's Wharf on Wednesday afternoon. The suspect in the case, who like the victim was known to frequent the area, is 56-year-old Bruce Edward Penn. [Hoodline]

∙ SF-based Levi Strauss, which went public in 1971 only to be taken private again in 1985, had a second IPO today. Shares, which started trading at $17, soared up to over $22 by the day's close. [CNN Business]

∙ Facebook has yet another scandal on its hands as it was revealed today that it had stored hundreds of millions of user passwords in plain text in an internally searchable database. The passwords were for Facebook, Facebook Lite, and Instagram, and the company plans to inform affected users. [Wired]

∙ A credit card company called Brex that seems to be targeting young founders and entrepreneurs has just opened a members-only lounge in SF's South Park neighborhood. Brex members are able to use this high-end WeWork-esque space for work or social purposes. [SF Business Times]

∙ Former FBI director James Comey is speaking at a sold-out event at De Anza College in Cupertino tonight. It's the college's 51st annual Celebrity Forum. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ Tensions were high at a Wednesday night meeting of the Oakland Board of Education. At issue, still, are a number of planned school closures. [Oakland North]

Prosecutors will not be pursuing charges against two Redwood City police officers in the 2018 killing of Kyle Hart. [CBS SF]

The number of new homes built in San Francisco dropped 41 percent between 2017 and 2018. [Curbed]