• The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence and Folsom Street Events have apparently smoothed things over. The dustup reported on this week has passed, and the Sisters will once again be collecting donations at the gates of the fair next week. [Examiner]
  • SF's City Attorney Dennis Herrera is suing two online travel sites, JustFly and FlightHub, over hidden fees and alleged deceptive practices. The sites apparently charged their own seat-assignment and cancellation fees. [CBS SF]
  • The owner of Harvest Urban Market in SoMa describes being bitten twice by homeless people, and generally dealing with nuisance after nuisance. He says he often has to deal with urine on his doors, and shoplifters. [KRON 4]
  • A 17-year-old student at San Jose State was arrested Wednesday after making threats on social media. The unnamed student was found on the campus with a loaded gun, ammunition, and a knife. [SFGate]
  • Powell Street Station reopened at 4:45 p.m. following a fatal collision earlier in the afternoon. Residual delays are ongoing throughout the system. [Twitter]
  • Gunmaker Colt is suspending production of its AR-15 rifle. [Associated Press]

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