• The President is no longer allowed to block people who criticize or mock him on Twitter, says the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals. Under the First Amendment, now that the President makes and announces policy decision on Twitter, he does not have the right to silence critics or block them from seeing his tweets there. [BuzzFeed News]
  • A manhunt is underway in the East Bay for a man who fatally shot a 16-year-old at a Taco Bell in Livermore Monday night. The incident happened at Peppertree Plaza Shopping Center and the suspect has been identified as 21-year-old Jorge Luis Tellez. [ABC 7]
  • The infamous "Rideshare Rapist," Peruvian immigrant Orlando Vilchez Lazo who was arrested in San Francisco last July, was apparently apprehended using illegally obtained evidence. Vilchez Lazo drove for Lyft and allegedly terrorized female passengers for years, but now Deputy Public Defender Sandy Feinland says the SFPD illegally obtained his DNA by pulling him over and making him blow into a DUI breathalyzer tube. [Chronicle]
  • Mayor London Breed is trying to streamline the process by which people get special events like street fairs and block parties approved. By executive order on Friday she established the Special Events Steering Committee which she hopes will review and revise the current permitting system. [Bay City News]
  • Muni bus service will resume this Saturday at the Transbay/ Salesforce Transit Center. The 5/5R, 7, and 38/38R buses will once again be stopping terminating there. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Potentially further hobbling the Trump administration's effort to get a citizenship question on the 2020 Census, a federal judge in New York rejected a Justice Department request to switch up its legal team. [New York Times]
  • Safeway just announced that it is reviving the Andronico's name, and rebranding its "Community Markets" as Andronico's. [Berkeleyside]
  • San Francisco's four-year-old Legacy Business Program is struggling to find a path to sustainability as it faces a huge onslaught of demand from decades-old businesses. [SF Business Times]
  • A Napa man is trying to resurrect the defunct Doggie Diner brand as a tourist destination restaurant in Napa. [Chronicle]

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