• Senator Bernie Sanders has been hospitalized with a blocked artery and is suspending campaign activities "until further notice." The 78-year-old was experiencing chest discomfort Tuesday night, and has had two stents successfully inserted. [New York Times / Associated Press]
  • An Oakland family is in mourning after a woman was killed in a pedestrian crash on Tuesday. The woman's four-year-old niece was also injured. [ABC 7]
  • Edward Peng, the U.S. citizen and Hayward resident accused of spying for China, will be in court in San Francisco today. Peng is accused of taking intelligence from a U.S. source who was acting as a double agent in exchange for cash, and passing that material on to Chinese intelligence over a three-year period. [KRON 4]
  • Among our president's terrific ideas for dealing with immigration at the southern border were shooting migrants in the legs, and creating an "alligator moat." [New York Times]
  • Surprise! PG&E says its tree-trimming project is behind schedule this fire season. [NBC Bay Area]
  • After being passed by the Board of Supervisors in July, the city has now established its first Office of Racial Equity. [Bay City News]
  • Around 12,000 Santa Clara County workers are on strike today, including bus drivers, teachers, and hospital workers. [SF Business Times]
  • Los Angeles County just banned all flavored tobacco products, including e-cigarettes. [Associated Press]
  • At a recent gun show in Reno, the law enforcement presence was felt, and sellers were required to see Nevada ID from buyers, despite a lot of CA license plates in the parking lot. [CBS SF]

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