• Twitter's stock tanked today following a lackluster third-quarter earnings report. The stock was trading at 20 percent below its price from the day before. [SF Business Times]
  • The SFPD on Thursday responded to a report of a shooting inside a residence across the street from Lowell High School. The school was briefly placed on lockdown as a result. [Examiner]
  • Short-sellers on Wall Street who took bearish bets on Tesla got screwed today when the company reported third-quarter profits. The stock jumped $45 to almost $300 per share. [CBS News]
  • Temperatures were in the 80s all over SF today, and Oakland Airport hit 90. [KRON 4]
  • Six protesters were arrested Wednesday night during a meeting of the Oakland Unified School District board. [Bay City News]
  • A 72-year-old woman in a crosswalk was struck and injured by a 71-year-old driver in the Bayview on Wednesday morning. [Examiner]
  • Take a close-up look at the Warriors' gigantic new 360-degree scoreboard screen thing. [SF Business Times]
  • "Blazing and Blasted," a collection of short films by Bay Area avant garde filmmakers from the early '90s, is playing at the McEvoy Foundation for the Arts in Dogpatch daily at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. [KQED]

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