• A 56-year-old woman in Vacaville was arrested for attempted kidnapping in front of a school. The woman tried to lead away a 4-year-old boy right as his father dropped him off, claiming that she was his teacher. [NBC Bay Area]
  • After 37 animal-rights protesters blocked the entrance of their Noe Valley store this week, Whole Foods is seeking an expanded restraining order. A California judge already ruled against the Berkeley group responsible, Direction Action Everywhere, last year. [Eater]
  • ABC News correspondent George Stephanopolous had a one-on-one interview with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in which she said Trump was "scared" of the impeachment inquiry. She says she heard "surprise in his voice" when she told him the inquiry was being opened. [ABC 7]
  • Uber just jumped into the temp-worker market with Uber Works. The company just launched a new app to connect employers with temporary workers, which rolls out first in Chicago. [SF Business Times]
  • The number of lung-illness cases related to vaping has topped 1,000 in the U.S. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Netflix is under investigation for tax evasion in Italy even though they don't have an office there. [SF Business Times]
  • Video shows a Yorkshire terrier getting rescued after falling down a 30-foot well in Malibu. [ABC 7]
  • Eater SF has a new editor: Luke Tsai, formerly of San Francisco magazine and the East Bay Express. [Eater]

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