• At last night's SFPD event at Glide Memorial, Chief Bill Scott issued a historic apology to the LGBTQ community. "We are sorry for what happened. We are sorry for our role in it," he said. The apology came on the 53rd anniversary of the Compton's Cafeteria riot. [CBS SF]
  • It's not just San Francisco: Driver shortages have been causing transit delays nationwide, and led to a sick-out in St. Louis last week. There is a shortage of people who want to work the grueling hours for low pay in Minneapolis, northern New Jersey, Miami, and multiple other cities. [Streetsblog]
  • Three people have been detained in connection with a man who was apparently set on a fire in the Delta. The man has since died. [SFGate]
  • Police has released photos of two suspects in a smash-and-grab robbery at the Great Mall in Milpitas that caused a panic about a possible shooting on Sunday. A nearly identical crime happened hours earlier in Modesto. [ABC 7]
  • A four-block-long homeless encampment beneath the BART tracks in East Oakland is getting a two-week reprieve. The city plans to demolish it. [CBS SF]
  • The car break-in suspect who was accidentally run over by an SFPD vehicle on Saturday remains in critical condition. [Chronicle]
  • A popular science teacher at a Contra Costa County school, who's been there 28 years, was recently fired in an apparent "battle of wills" with a principal, and other teachers are coming to his defense. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Regarding the longest boarded-up building on Valencia Street, the one-story "Furniture" building next door to the Elbo Room/Valencia Room. [Mission Local]

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