• Two more quakes shook the Bay Area, one early this morning. The USGS (United States Geological Survey) reported a 2.8 magnitude earthquake around 10 a.m. Saturday morning near Cupertino, followed later by a 2.7 magnitude shaker in Dublin at 2:13 a.m. today. [The Sacramento Bee]
  • San Jose police pulled a dead body out from the Guadalupe River on Saturday afternoon. Around noon yesterday, the SJPD (San Jose Police Department) received a call about a floating body in the South Bay river, and, when retrieved from the water, was shown to be that of an adult male; the San Jose Coroner’s office did not suspect any foul play was at hand, through a concrete cause of death has yet to be released. [Mercury News]
  • There was a fire Sunday morning at BART's Richmond train yard. The fire broke out at 3:30 a.m., damaging a control tower and sending one worker to the hospital, and is possibly being blamed on a nearby homeless encampment. [CBS SF]
  • With flu season less than a month away, San Francisco health officials are urging nearly everyone to get vaccinated. After 2018’s highly communicable, at times fatal, strain, we might be in for yet another bad flu season; receiving an up-to-date flu shot should help you avoid coming down with the infamous illness. [KRON 4]
  • BART is looking to expand westward to better serve the Richmond District and nearby neighborhoods. BART General Manager Bob Powers spilled the proverbial tea to the San Francisco Examiner, nodding that the rapid transit agency’s western expansion down Geary Boulevard will be looked at as part of the agency’s upcoming study for a second Transbay rail crossing. [SF Examiner]
  • Two teens were involved in an episode of gun violence outside a Brentwood In-N-Out. [East Bay Times]
  • Take a tour through what might be the world’s smallest comic book store, Hella Novela, right here in the Mission District. [Mission Local]
  • Here’s what lauded and seasoned Bay Area chefs believe is missing from the SF food landscape. [SF Gate]

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