• The District Attorney and D5 Supervisor races likely won't get called today, but Suzy Loftus has extended her lead in the DA race. Mail-in and provisional ballots continue to be counted. [Chronicle / SFGov]
  • PG&E's stock dipped down to around the $6 mark again today following a third-quarter earnings report that shows $6.3 billion in costs and a $1.6 billion loss. It's unclear if that included expected costs associated with the Kincade Fire, or if that was all just costs associated with the blackouts. [Associated Press]
  • PG&E CEO Bill Johnson had a closed-door meeting with Gov. Gavin Newsom earlier this week, in which Newsom allegedly excoriated Johnson about the blackouts. Newsom says the state will consider a public takeover of PG&E if the bankruptcy isn't resolved by June 30. [Associated Press]
  • Videos surfaced of what seemed to be a "fight club" among students at Everett Middle School in SF. Parents brought the videos to the principals attention and the students involved were disciplined. [NBC Bay Area]
  • At least one person has died in a head-on collision on Pleasanton Sunol Road in unincorporated Alameda County this morning. [Bay City News]
  • An arson investigation is underway after nearly a dozen suspicious fires in Newhall Park in Concord. [KRON 4]
  • The board of Alphabet is expected to wrap up an investigation into possible sexual misconduct by current and former executives by December. [Reuters]
  • Small property owners in San Francisco are pushing back on a change proposed by the Board of Supervisors to make them prove they financially need to pass along debt to tenants. [CBS SF]

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