• Another pedestrian has been fatally hit by vehicle in San Francisco. Around 8 p.m. Saturday night, a woman was struck by a passing car at the intersection of Fifth and Market Streets, and she was pronounced dead on-the-scene by first responders; the driver was cooperative and appeared to have no drugs or alcohol in their system. [SFGate]
  • A small brush fire has been reported near Woodside. Firefighters are working to contain the five-acre blaze, and, thankfully, the inferno seems to be "slow-burning."[CBS SF]
  • The 49ers took their first win of the preseason over the Dallas Cowboys. Last night’s preseason game saw the Niners team triumph in a 17-9 win, with freshly drafted wide receivers Jalen Hurd and Deebo Samuel, and punter Mitch Wishnowsky meeting the mark—and then some. [Mercury News]
  • A father and son were rescued from a cliff at Aquatic Park on Friday. Earlier in the day, a boy plummeted down a sea cliff while riding his bike, his father then climbed down to help; both were stranded and had to be rescued by first responders. [NBC Bay Area]
  • The SF resident that was outed to ICE by Daly City Police plans to sue. Now released from the Mesa Verde ICE Processing Facility, Jose Armando Escobar-Lopez, who spent three days in custody, hopes to sue the county for “compensatory, statutory, treble, and punitive damages” and “violating his rights against unlawful seizure; his right to due process; his rights under the California Values Act and the TRUTH Act; false imprisonment; causing emotional distress; and negligence.” [CBS SF]
  • You’re not imagining things: San Francisco summers are, indeed, getting hotter. [Curbed]
  • A dead porpoise washed up on Marshall Beach; its cause of death is still unknown. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Are ‘glampervans’ the key to avoiding sky-high Bay Area rents? [ABC 7]
  • Here’s what that $1,600 Outside Lands pass actually gets you inside the festival grounds. [SFGate]

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