• Republican-leaning, 90-year-old former SF supervisor and former state senator Quentin Kopp, whom Phil Matier refers to as "the contrarian foghorn of the Sunset," says he's running against Scott Wiener for state Senate. The state still has to determine if he'll be allowed to run, since he's already served the maximum time in the state senate under new term limits. Also, Kopp likes to call Wiener "Wienis." [Chronicle]
  • There was a fire at a United Airlines maintenance facility at SFO Wednesday morning. The fire was not reportedly impacting any passenger flights. [ABC 7]
  • Female tenants at one subsidized housing complex in the Tenderloin say they don't feel safe. Women make up only 11 percent of the tenants at the Jordan Apartments, where there have also been many maintenance complaints. [Examiner]
  • Supervisor Gordon Mar is demanding demographic statistics about crime from the SFPD in order to determine if Chinese seniors are being disproportionately targeted. A spate of attacks on elderly Chinatown residents has people asking. [Examiner]
  • A Gilroy family has set up a "#GilroyStrong" lemonade stand and bake sale. [NBC Bay Area]
  • The Times talks to some Californians who were living out of their car. [New York Times]
  • Old Palo Alto is a hot neighborhood for foreign buyers. [CBS SF]

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