• The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved that RV "triage" center for the lot across from Balboa Park BART. The center will offer a temporary, secure place for those living out of their vehicles to access bathrooms and showers, and receive services. [CBS SF]
  • Prepare yourselves for another warm spell. It's set to be in the upper 70s on Thursday and Friday, and may be in the 100s in places like Livermore. [NBC Bay Area]
  • A crash involving a transit bus and three vehicles on the westbound approach to the Bay Bridge in Oakland caused a major backup today. There were some minor injuries, and all lanes reopened just after noon. [ABC 7]
  • Chalk up yet another retail vacancy for the Castro: Coldwell Banker has closed up shop after 14 years at 2355 Market Street. As Hoodline notes, this means that this entire 2300 block of Market is more than half empty right now. [Hoodline]
  • More bad news for Juul Labs and other e-cig makers: President Trump sat down with acting FDA commissioner Dr. Ned Sharpless today to outline a plan to remove most e-cigarettes from the market. The ban may focus only on flavors like mint and menthol, and apparently Melania feels "very strongly" about the issue too. [New York Times]
  • SF-based unicorn Cloudflare just raised its IPO share price to between $12 and $14 per share ahead of its Friday public offering. [SF Business Times]
  • A family got trapped above a waterfall while on a hike in Central California and they were saved by scratching a note and sticking it in a water bottle to send down the falls. [ABC 7]
  • As announced earlier, SF's cable cars are all going offline for 10 days starting Friday as a major gear box gets replaced. [CBS SF]

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