• Because of the low number of homes burned in the Kincade Fire, homeowners may each be on the hook for their own property's cleanup. With only 174 homes destroyed, the fire does not qualify for federal disaster relief funds. [CBS SF]
  • A female bicyclist was struck and severely injured at the intersection of Alemany Boulevard and Onondaga Avenue in SF Friday. The woman is said to have suffered life-threatening injuries. [KRON 4]
  • In the latest election count update, Chesa Boudin took a slight lead over Suzy Loftus in the DA's race, and Dean Preston has a 35-vote lead over Vallie Brown in D5. [Examiner]
  • Mission Local surmises that with 14,000 provisional ballots left to count, the left-leaning candidates in the DA and D5 supervisor races have the advantage — because provisional ballot voters lean left. [Mission Local]
  • A pedestrian who was struck by a car last Saturday at 16th and De Haro streets in Potrero Hill has died. [Examiner]
  • 71-year-old hiker Jon Clifford, who went missing while hiking on Hood Mountain last Saturday, was found dead in a creek bed on Thursday afternoon. [Bay City News]
  • A Lower Haight resident has launched an app called Nearlist to help local businesses connect with loyal customers. [Hoodline]
  • Broadway star LaChanze is performing at the Venetian Room at the Fairmont in a semi-autobiographical cabaret this Sunday. [Examiner]
  • Vanna White had to fill in on Wheel of Fortune after host Pat Sajak underwent emergency surgery for a blocked intestine. [ABC 7]

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