• Florence Fang has officially filed her counter suit against the town of Hillsborough over the Flintstones House controversy. The suit claims the city has a "history of animus toward individuals of Asian origin." [NBC Bay Area]
  • Bankrupt meal-ordering app Munchery has sold its South San Francisco headquarters to airline food supplier Gate Gourmet. The food service facility the company built out for $8 million was sold for $5 million at auction. [SF Business Times]
  • Pickup trucks belonging to the Department of Public Works are driving around while dangerously overloaded with trash. It's the result of work by the city's embattled street-cleaning crews. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Uber is going public tomorrow. It remains to be seen if former CEO Travis Kalanick will be invited to join the team on the trading floor at the NYSE, or whether Uber's stock will pop and tank the way Lyft's did. [New York Times]
  • A 28-year-old man was shot and injured at the corner of Golden Gate and Leavenworth this morning around 3 a.m. The victim was shot at least once and no arrests have been made. [NBC Bay Area]
  • A 36-year-old man is dead after his motorcycle collided with a car in Oakland Wednesday night. The driver of the car was also seriously injured in the crash at 12th Street and Willow at 8:28 p.m. [CBS SF]
  • Yet another study says Uber and Lyft drivers are clogging up SF's streets. [Chronicle]
  • Facebook is staffing up its blockchain division with a bunch of former Paypal execs, in order to build a stablecoin payment platform. [SF Business Times]
  • A fire overnight in Hayward burned four homes under construction. [ABC 7]

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