• On Day One of of the planned 20-day runway closure and construction at SFO, 350 flights were delayed or canceled. A flight from LAX to SFO was delayed five hours, and a total of 103 flights were canceled outright. [ABC 7]
  • The tiny house movement is gaining traction in West Oakland, thanks to the city's young people. Youth Spirit Artworks has organized the construction of a dozen tiny homes that’ll sit off Brush Street, come July 2020; the petite abodes will be offered to the 18- and 25-year-old homeless in Oakland and Berkeley. [KTVU]
  • Just one day after being released from the Oakland Raiders — and on the eve of season opener — Antonio Brown joins the New England Patriots. Despite his social media drama, Patriots have secured Brown for the season, promising him a $9 million payout over the next few months season with the potential to earn north of $15 million. [CBS Sports]
  • Giants tickets are now 80 percent cheaper, due to slumping sales last season. Ron Kroichick of the Chronicle reported that not only will season Giants tickets be far more affordable in 2020, but organizers will offer “several other [yet-announced] incentives" to help bolster stadium attendance and ticket sales. [Chronicle]
  • San Francisco Veterinary Specialists go on strike, citing “deplorable” and underpaid working conditions. Union workers crowded inside and outside the animal hospital for over an hour Saturday afternoon, where employees could be heard chanting “major compromises in quality care.” [ABC 7]
  • Tents, clothes, and other “personal items” were stolen from a truck belonging to the NSFW GlamCocks Burning Man camp at 26th and Indiana Street. [KRON 4]
  • Black San Franciscans are still disproportionately targeted by criminals in the city. [SF Examiner]
  • Daly City police held a gun buy-back event Saturday, offering $100 to $400 per gun. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Napa residents, land owners, and wine makers are debating whether to allow outdoor cannabis cultivation. [Chronicle]

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