• Not surprisingly, the city is now concerned about traffic around the new Chase Center delaying first responders en route to emergencies. After a recent faux firefighter drill, City officials worry that the new influx of drivers, including rideshare cars, going to and from the new center might thwart quick responses from SF paramedics, policemen and women, and firefighters. [SF Examiner]
  • An 8-year-old bison has died in Golden Gate Park. The young female, named Brunhilda, met her demise due to a severe kidney infection, zoo officials learned after her necropsy. [SF Examiner]
  • Facebook has replaced a set of laptops stolen from a Tenderloin nonprofit. The computers were stolen earlier this summer from workforce development org Code Tenderloin. [ABC 7]
  • San Francisco could stand to learn a thing or two about how to serve the homeless from Portland. [Chronicle]
  • Oakland’s much-anticipated margarita garden nears completion after a successful Go Fund Me campaign. [Eater]
  • A woman in San Jose was arrested for trying to steal a vehicle... from a dealership. [Mercury News]
  • East Bay and South Bay properties drop in value. [KTVU]
  • Working in SF’s smallest bar requires navigating a bathtub. [SF Gate]
  • Here are the seven people you’ll meet at the gym in San Francisco. [The Bold Italic]

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