• We won't have final election results until much later tonight or beyond, but you can check this handy page for live results as they come in. Mayor London Breed is, of course, expected to "sail" to victory, and here's where to vote if you haven't! [Chronicle]
  • One of the two escaped inmates in Monterey County, believed to be 20-year-old Jonathan Salazar, has apparently been located at a Motel 6 in Marina, south of Moss Landing and west of the prison in Salinas. Salazar and 21-year-old Santos Samuel Fonseca escaped Sunday morning through a hole they dug in a bathroom ceiling and out through an unsecured construction area. [KOIN]
  • The California DMV just revealed that it gave records on 3,200 individuals to various federal agencies, for unknown purposes. The DMV said it revealed "internal notes" — including information related to possibly fake Social Security numbers — on 3,200 Californians who are not under investigation. [KRON 4]
  • A group of Northern California mayors — including Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo — sent a letter to the California Public Utilities Commission expressing support for making PG&E a publicly owned utility. Curiously, Mayor London Breed, who supported SF buying its own grid from PG&E, did not co-sign the letter. [CBS SF]
  • BART reported a brief but major delay in the East Bay direction just as the evening commute was getting underway, but the problem has since cleared. The problem was apparently equipment-related. [Twitter]
  • Nico, the popular downtown restaurant, is changing hands — but only for a year. Paul Einbund, owner of The Morris, is taking the reins for a year with the help of chef de cuisine Jordan Guevara, while owners Nicolas and Andrea Delaroque take a "gap year" to spend time in France with their daughter. [Eater]
  • A new statement signed by 11,000 scientists worldwide suggests that the climate emergency we are currently in is going to lead to "untold suffering" without major transformations in human society. [Guardian]
  • California's fire season could last into December with no rain in sight. [LAT]
  • Marla Bakery in the Outer Richmond is closing this month as its owners move to Santa Rosa. [Chronicle]

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