• Three people were killed and four others were injured in a horrific rollover crash on 101 in San Jose Saturday night. The crash happened near Bernal Road just after 11:10 p.m. [CBS SF]
  • Husband Willam H. Macy and daughter Sophia came to visit Felicity Huffman at that cushy, minimum-security prison in the East Bay on Saturday. TMZ snagged some exclusive shots of Felicity in her prison jumpsuit. [TMZ]
  • Today is the deadline for wildfire victims to file a claim against PG&E. The bankruptcy judge set 5 p.m. on October 21 as the deadline for claims to be filed. [KRON 4]
  • The Academy of Art's car museum, with a collection of 250 vintage cars amassed by CEO Elisa Stephens, has recently sold off 56 of them. The collection was one of the curious parts of this 2015 exposé in Forbes about the school, which is for-profit and has done some interesting things with its large real estate empire in the city. [Mission Local]
  • A Sunday fire at a homeless encampment in Oakland's East Peralta neighborhood destroyed a van and displaced six people from makeshift dwellings. [CBS SF]
  • Court documents lay out the organization of the Honduran drug-dealing enterprise in the Tenderloin, in which 32 arrests were made by federal authorities in August. [Chronicle]
  • UCSF researchers have found a clue about a virus that may be causing an epidemic of sudden-onset paralysis in children. [Chronicle]
  • Two Southern California women have been tied to the manufacture and distribution of illegal vape pen cartridges containing K2 or synthetic THC, under the label Yolo. [Associated Press]

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