• Giants fans showered love on retiring team manager Bruce Bochy on Sunday. Boch's retirement ceremony followed the Giants' final regular season game against the Dodgers, which they lost, and it included a lengthy foghorn salute. [ABC 7 / CBS Sports]
  • The City of San Francisco is settling with a group of homeowners and non-profits that sued to block a rezoning in SoMa to allow more office development. The settlement clears the way for a huge, $6 billion office complex at 5th and Brannan. [Chronicle]
  • Kamala Harris was in the Bay Area over the weekend opening a campaign headquarters in Oakland. Harris said she is "thankful" that an impeachment inquiry is beginning. [KRON 4]
  • The anti-homeless boulders along Clinton Park that neighbors installed and that keeping getting shoved off the sidewalk in protest were shoved off the sidewalk for the fourth time on Sunday, after being moved back onto the sidewalk on Saturday. [Chronicle]
  • The next candidate for SF Sheriff, Paul Miyamoto, has spoken out in defense of four deputies who are being blamed in the death of a dog while serving a bench warrant at a Polk Street SRO. [Examiner]
  • A man was killed Sunday in a shooting on Meade Avenue in West Oakland. [KRON 4]
  • California just became the first state to allow college athletes to make money from endorsements and other deals. [Associated Press]
  • The just-announced bankruptcy of California-based Forever 21 indicates a shift in consumer tastes. [New York Times]

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