• A mass shooter scare happened at the Target store at Fremont Hub late last night that stemmed from an attempted robbery by five teens. The teens were allegedly trying to take advantage of the early Black Friday madness to steal some items, and shots ended up being fired outside the store as they fled. All five suspects were arrested. [CBS SF]
  • The Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office is stepping up patrols following a string of home invasion robberies, the latest in Lafayette on Tuesday. [KRON 4]
  • A broken water main — or three — in Potrero Hill flooded part of northbound 101 near Rhode Island Street in San Francisco on Thursday night. [CBS SF]
  • Around 80 people connected to the church gathered for Thanksgiving dinner at Grace Cathedral yesterday as they have for several years. [KRON 4]
  • Chef Anthony Strong (Locanda, Prairie) talks about his new obsession with architectural gingerbread. [Chronicle]
  • As impeachment looms, Americans who talk to pollsters remain divided along party lines about whether Trimp ought to be removed from office. [New York Times]
  • A stabbing incident on London Bridge has been declared a "terrorist incident." [KTVU]

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