• After 72 hours of PG&E’s massive power cut-off, nearly all customer accounts in Central and Northern have been restored. What was could've lasted nearly a week, Friday night saw 98 percent of customer accounts in those two previously mentioned areas fully restored; 99 percent of Bay Area customers, specifically, now have their lights back on. [Chronicle]
  • Coroners have identified the body of the woman pulled from Lake Merrit earlier this week as Rebecca Busby. The 53-year-old’s cause of death is still unknown, however. [KTVU]
  • Uptown Oakland soon to be home to a sprawling, expansive office building. “Telegraph Tower,” which will occupy 875,000 square feet and potentially house nearly 4,500 employees, was announced by developers earlier this week, with construction starting some time in 2020. [East Bay Times]
  • SF’s eight-story “baby mural” was unveiled as a dressed infant copy, painted by graffiti muralist Bip. Only about 60 percent of Bip’s “Baby Cop” mural is complete, though its message as an act to protest against childish police behavior is already making waves; the yet-complete mural towers over the cement near the Van Ness Muni station. [Chronicle]
  • Facebook Bay Area Housing groups offer a dreary window into the hellacious rental landscape in our slice of NorCal. [The Bold Italic]
  • A forty-something Oakland man is still in critical condition after being struck by a rogue hit-and-run driver at 14th Street at Magnolia Street, Thursday night. [KTVU]
  • BUILT BY GIRLS innovation summit is taking place today, with the purpose to help femal and non-binary high school and college students smash “glass ceilings." [CBS SF/KPIX]
  • Take a look inside the $46 million penthouse at 181 Freemont, the single-most expensive residential property in the city. [SF Gate]

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