• Senator Elizabeth Warren held her first Bay Area campaign event Friday night in Oakland. The town-hall-style rally was held on the soccer field at Laney College and was attended by 6,500 people. [ABC 7]
  • One woman died and another is in critical condition after a 22-year-old Tesla driver collided with four cars in Berkeley Friday night. The woman who died has been identified as 36-year-old Luvette Monarque of North Hollywood. [Berkeleyside]
  • One of the eight kids who tied for first place in the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Thursday is a middle-schooler from San Jose. 13-year-old Rishik Gandhasri attends Chaboya Middle School, and the school is talking about holding an assembly in his honor on Monday. [Bay City News]
  • KQED has a piece about the last roller-rink organist in California, Dominic Cangelosi, who plays one night a week at the Moonlight Rollerway in Glendale. Cangelosi bought the rink in the 1980s, and at age 86 he's still keeping live organ music a for roller skaters alive. [KQED]
  • Jane Kim has been named Bernie Sanders' Bay Area regional campaign manager. The two go back a ways, and Bernie endorsed Jane for state Senate in 2016. [Chronicle]
  • The first group of about a dozen laid-off Chariot drivers just graduated from Muni driver training. [Examiner]
  • A state bill banning mini shampoo bottles in hotels is close to becoming law. [ABC 7]
  • Chelsea Handler is playing a sold-out show at The Masonic tonight as part of her "Sit-Down Comedy Tour." [Chronicle]

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