• Mayor London Breed is walking back some initial perceived support of the SFPD raid on journalist Bryan Carmody's home. Following national outrage over the raid, Breed said, "I am not okay with police raids on reporters. We need to do better." [Examiner]
  • Teachers in the New Haven Unified School District in the East Bay city of Union City are on strike today. The teachers' union and the district failed to agree on contract terms over the weekend. [ABC 7]
  • A woman and two grandchildren had to be rescued from a submerged vehicle in a pond in Rohnert Park over the weekend. The woman said she mistook an opening in the pond, in the center of a mobile home park, for a street. [CBS SF]
  • A Utah man was arrested for making online threats to shoot YouTube employees, and at one point driving to the San Bruno headquarters of YouTube with a gun. [CBS SF]
  • An Antioch man was arrested for surreptitiously video-recording a boys' restroom at a trampoline park in Fremont. [Bay City News]
  • A study suggests that a significant increase in the number of boats being anchored in Richardson Bay near Sausalito are causing ecological damage. [CBS SF]
  • Chronicle food critic Soleil Ho is fed up with restaurants that have numbers in the names tied to their addresses. [Chronicle]
  • It's National Rescue Dog Day! [KRON 4]

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