• Today is the last day for KFOG (104.5 FM), and the station is going out with tributes to DJ Dave Morley and the "glory days" of the station. Every hour on the hour is a rebroadcast from Morley's classic "[email protected]" show, through midnight, when the station switches over to sports programming. [Chronicle]
  • A manhunt is on for a 51-year-old man who allegedly shot a sheriff's deputy in Merced County — and the alert interrupted Comcast broadcasts Wednesday night. Authorities believe the suspect, Guadalupe Lopez-Herrera, may be headed to the Bay Area in a white 2013 GMC Sierra crew cab. [KRON 4]
  • Los Angeles police have uncovered a trove of over 100 stolen works of art that were pilfered from private homes in the 1990s. The discovery came after one of the suspected thieves died and his heir tried to sell some Picassos. [LA Times]
  • Family and friends continue mourning the people lost in Monday's boat fire in Southern California. The latest list of names and mini-obituaries arrive as authorities say they have recovered 33 of 34 bodies. [NBC Bay Area]
  • The identified dead now includes a Berkeley couple, Yulia Krashennaya and Daniel Garcia. [KRON 4]
  • Steph Curry surprised a bunch of young women attending a Wednesday event at the Chase Center about equality and financial health. [ABC 7]
  • The SF Chamber of Commerce also had an event at the Chase Center Wednesday, gathering politicians and tech people to discuss the future of housing and income inequality in the city. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Broke-Ass Stuart talks about why Hiero Day, which went down last weekend in Oakland, is the best part of Labor Day weekend. [Examiner]

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