• Early this morning saw two fatal car accidents that held up Bay Area highways. The first deadly accident was reported at 4:09 a.m. on the northbound 101 in San Jose, while the second fatal one – which happened less than an hour later – was reported on southbound Interstate 280 at 25th Street in San Francisco; traffic was eased up once those lanes were reopened around 7:45 a.m.. [KRON4]
  • Former Raiders wide receiver Terrelle Pryor was stabbed earlier yesterday in Pittsburgh. He's currently in stable condition and is expected to make a full recovery. [ABC 7]
  • Drug overdoses have claimed some 10,000 lives in the Bay Area during the "drug overdose epidemic." Worse off, methamphetamine is now the biggest cause of deaths, taking the crown from prescription opioids, while fentanyl deaths are on the rise, as well. [Chronicle]
  • An inferno yesterday morning filled the skies with smoke along Baker Beach, charring three trees in total and expanding to a half-acre in size. No man-made structures were burned or people injured during the blaze. [KPIX]
  • SF’s iconic Guardsmen Christmas is filled to the brim with over 6,000 evergreens from Oregon and Washington, making it still the largest Christmas Tree lot in all of Northern California. [KTVU]
  • As Cyber Monday looms, check out some of the best deals around the internet to fill your online shopping cart with tomorrow. [TechRadar]
  • On World AIDS Day, one 75-year-old Marin resident shares his ups and downs (and against-all-odds triumphs) since becoming positive in 1981, and how he strives to put one healthy foot forward, every day. [Marin Independent Journal]
  • These are the best bookstores in San Francisco and Oakland to grab some reading material today to enjoy while cozying up to your heater. [The Bold Italic {SF}/ The Bold Italic {OAK}]

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