∙ Yet another KPIX news crew was robbed of a camera in Oakland on Thursday. Oakland Police with help from the SFPD arrested two suspects about two hours later. An armed robbery of a KPIX camera ended with a security guard getting shot in February. [Bay City News]

∙ A driver died and a teen was critically hurt when their car plunged off a cliff near Mount Tam amid foggy conditions Thursday afternoon. The accident happened on the same road, Ridgecrest Boulevard, where another driver died on March 23. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ President Trump is in California today visiting the Mexican border. Meanwhile Governor Newsom is on his first international trip as governor, visiting El Salvador to better understand the root causes of so many asylum claims. [KQED]

∙ A body was discovered Thursday in an Alameda park. Authorities discovered the body after responding to a brush fire in Veterans Memorial Park. [CBS SF]

∙ Fire broke out Thursday night at Napa County's CalFire maintenance facility in Calistoga. A couple of fire trucks inside might be a total loss. [NBC Bay Area / CBS SF]

Meanwhile in nearby Santa Rosa, a fire broke out in an apartment complex displacing 140 peole. [NBC Bay Area]

The guy who turned up in Kentucky claiming to be missing boy Timmothy Pitzen, seven years older, is actually a 23-year-old felon named Brian Michael Rini. [New York Times]

The Warriors had a blowout against the Lakers Thursday, 108-90, putting them a step closer to the top seed in the West. [Associated Press]

Netflix was just rated the most trusted company in America in a new Reputation Institute survey. [ABC 7]