• The suspect in the two San Mateo stabbing murders earlier this week was released from the hospital and booked into county jail Thursday. 26-year-old Malik Dosouqi has his first court appearance on Monday. [ABC 7]
  • Amid bankruptcy, PG&E is still trying to get $11 million approved for executive bonuses for 12 people. The company has told the bankruptcy court that it is part of a "key employee incentive program." [East Bay Times]
  • Neighbors in El Sobrante have banded together to protest one man's choice to have a large swastika in his yard, and he seems to maybe be backing down. The symbol has been covered with blankets and sheets, but neighbors say they want it fully removed. [ABC 7]
  • Facebook reversed a decision to ban a Led Zeppelin album cover image that depicted naked children, saying it was a "culturally significant image." [CBS SF]
  • A trans woman and resident of a Tenderloin SRO is on hunger strike to protest for rent caps — she says that half of her roughly $1,000 per month income goes to rent. [Examiner]
  • A hit-and-run driver in Los Angeles killed a 91-year-old Holocaust survivor. [NBC Bay Area]
  • So far, the wave of tech IPOs hasn't done anything to move the median price of a single-family home in San Francisco. [Chronicle]
  • The cost to rent Reese Witherspoon's character's house from Big Little Lies (which is actually in Malibu) is $70,000 to $100,000 per month. [SFGate]

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