• A 3.7-magnitude earthquake struck near Hollister this morning, the third small earthquake in the area this week. The quake was centered 16.8 miles south-southeast of Hollister, and struck at 7:54 a.m. [NBC Bay Area]
  • A BART train operator's leg was crushed in a serious accident Tuesday at BART's Concord train yard. The operator, Christine Young, is a 20-year veteran with BART. [KRON 4]
  • The number of homeless people living out of vehicles in Oakland has more than doubled in two years. The number was 1,430 as of January, up from 618 in 2017. [Chronicle]
  • The SF Arts Commission is starting over again in their process to commission a Maya Angelou statue for outside the main branch of the Public Library. The top-rated proposal of the three was not a traditional statue, causing concern. [Examiner]
  • The Jonas Brothers played the Chase Center last week, and SF Weekly has a review that asks "Was the Jonas Brothers concert just one giant tequila commercial?" Nick Jonas now has a sustainable tequila line, and he spent a lot of time on stage baldly promoting it. [SF Weekly]
  • Longtime Baltimore congressman Elijah Cummings has died at the age of 68. Cummings was the chair of the House Oversight and Reform Commmittee. [CNN]
  • A family of six was found in the Netherlands living in isolation for the last nine years waiting for the end of the world. [ABC 7]

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