• Somebody didn't warn A-Rod about SF's car break-in problem? Retired baseball star Alex “A-Rod” Rodriguez was in town broadcasting the Giants-Phillies game on Sunday and had a half-million dollars in jewelry and electronics stolen out of his rental SUV a few blocks from Oracle Park. [Chronicle]
  • Amazon is still moving forward with that liquor delivery warehouse and storefront in Dogpatch. The SF Business Times is acting like this is breaking news, but the Mercury News broke the story months ago. [SF Business Times]
  • Nadeem Tahir, the new guy in charge of the SFMTA's Central Subway project, comes with significant experience developing LA's Red Line. In a new interview he talks about how he plans to keep the Central Subway from getting delayed any further. [Examiner]
  • A 24-year-old Santa Clara man died and two other people were injured in a two-car crash in unincorporated Santa Cruz County on Sunday. [Bay City News]
  • A 20-acre blaze in Lake County that broke out Thursday has been linked to a discarded cigarette butt. [KRON 4]
  • The victim in Saturday night's pedestrian collision on mid-Market Street has been identified as a 79-year-old woman. [SFGate]
  • So much for Vision Zero: SF has already had more traffic deaths this year than all of 2018. [Curbed]

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