• A 35-year-old Las Vegas resident named James McGee was arrested around 4 a.m. Saturday in connection with a fight that left a man dead in Potrero Hill. A 50-year-old man was found dead from wounds from a beating with a metal pipe on the 200 block of Kansas Street. [CBS SF]
  • Sonoma County has been dealing with an uptick of human poop along the Russian River. The county is talking about posting signs to curb the behavior, which is happening in areas where public toilets are available. [Press Democrat]
  • Paul Blanco's Good Car Company has been sued by the state of California for allegedly making false statements on credit applications and false advertising about credit programs. You've probably seen the ads, and Paul Blanco's has locations in Oakland and Fairfield. [ABC 7]
  • As FTC investigators go around questioning Facebook competitors about how Facebook may have behaved anti-competitively, Snap Inc. has quite a bit to say. The legal department at Snap has reportedly been gathering a "dossier" on Facebook under the title Project Voldemort. [Wall Street Journal]
  • Two bodies found on a remote road in Tuolumne County appear to be connected with an Amber Alert issued Saturday about a father and his two-year-old son. [SFGate]
  • Chubbies, the favorite shorts-shopping destination of Marina bros, has shuttered its flagship store on Union Street and is moving its headquarters from SF to Austin. [SF Business Times]
  • Disney CEO Bob Iger recently told the New York Times' Maureen Dowd why he didn't want to acquire Twitter: it was too much of a mess and potential liability. [New York Times]

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