• PG&E issued an "all clear" this morning for its latest round of public safety power shutoffs. As of Thursday morning around 20,000 customers in Napa and Sonoma counties are without power, but it is slowly coming back on. [ABC 7]
  • A high school in San Jose was locked down and then evacuated Tuesday after a homemade bomb was found in a student parking lot. The explosive device was found at Oak Grove High School, and was said to resemble a pipe bomb. [Mercury News]
  • A woman was robbed outside the South Hayward BART station just a day after a man was murdered on a train there. "BART is a safe transit agency," said General Manager Robert Powers at a press conference Wednesday.[CBS SF]
  • Sex workers in San Francisco report that the passage of two bills in the U.S. House and Senate last year, known as FOSTA and SESTA, has created safety issues for those who can't afford to advertise themselves online using foreign websites. [SF Weekly]
  • The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission has been testing a new process for purifying wastewater that it hopes to later implement citywide. [Chronicle]
  • A group of Mission District nonprofits banded together to purchase a piece of a 100-year-old building at 19th and Florida that is their headquarters. [Mission Local]
  • Salesforce says it will double its revenue by 2024. [SF Business Times]

Photo of yesterday's sunrise over SF courtesy of the National Weather Service's Bay Area Twitter account.