• By some miracle of modern climate change, San Francisco is having a legitimately warm and beautiful week in the middle of August. The trend continues tomorrow and Thursday, with temperatures slowly slipping back down to normal through the weekend. [ABC 7]
  • In addition to the previously announced federal sweep that rounded up 32 people in a drug-trafficking ring, most reportedly Honduran nationals, the feds made 73 arrests last week in the Tenderloin on a variety of other minor and major charges. This was all over a six-hour period on August 7. [Hoodline]
  • The Westin-St. Francis may be getting sold along with a collection of other hotels to the same South Korean conglomerate that bought the Fairmont in 2015. [SF Business Times]
  • Just like today, with temperatures hot all over the Bay, Wednesday is a second-straight Spare the Air Day. [CBS SF]
  • A woman in Cazadero, in western Sonoma County, was arrested Sunday after an hours-long standoff stemming from a shot fired in a domestic dispute. [Press-Democrat]
  • Kaiser workers voted today to go on strike, which could happen as soon as October. [SF Weekly]
  • The Golden Gate ferry just landed a $6 million grant from the federal government to help fund a new high-speed ferry. [CBS SF]
  • Once again, for July, rents in Silicon Valley and parts of the East Bay soared above those in San Francisco, for certain unit types. [Curbed]
  • And Oakland is apparently getting an outpost of New York-based Shake Shack. [Eater SF]

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