• Due to the refinery fire in Crockett, I-80 is expected to remain closed in both directions until at least midnight. The ensuing traffic nightmare only continues. [CBS SF]
  • The tanks were burning ethanol, not diesel as previously reported, and the cause of the explosion could be related to Monday night's earthquake. Reps for the NuStar refinery say they're looking into the cause, and the quake remains a remote possibility. [Chronicle]
  • There was yet another earthquake near Pleasant Hill on Tuesday evening. This one was smaller, a 3.4M, and it occurred at 7:12 p.m. [ABC 7]
  • A geophysicist with the USGS says the two 4+ magnitude earthquakes on Monday and Tuesday, in Pleasant Hill and Hollister, are not connected. They were close in time but on different faults, he says. [KRON 4]
  • The man killed outside a Tenderloin SRO near Jones and Market Streets on Monday afternoon has been identified as 27-year-old D’Quan Domino. [CBS SF]
  • Despite Democrats' call to shut down Trump's Twitter account, Twitter won't budge. [New York Times]
  • The state's Department of Water Resources has agreed to give Butte County $12 million in road repair funds following the Oroville Dam crisis of Feb. 2017. [CBS SF]

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