• State Senator Scott Wiener was shouted down at a press conference today in front of Oakland City Hall as he was trying to reintroduce his controversial housing bill, SB50. He was joined by Mayor Libby Schaaf and state Senator Nancy Skinner (D-Berkeley), and some other supporters were there, but the protesters were reportedly louder. [Bay City News]
  • The Oakland mothers squatting in a West Oakland house, known as Moms 4 Housing, were among the protesters, and they got a show of support from Skinner. Skinner said their act of taking over the vacant home was "totally legitimate." [Associated Press]
  • The 22-year-old man arrested in connection with the disappearance of that 13-year-old girl from Fort Bragg over the weekend is from L.A. He's been booked on 18 felony charges including sex trafficking, sex with a minor, and possession of child pornography. [Chronicle]
  • A DoubleTree hotel restaurant manager in Berkeley has been charged in the June drugging and rape of a woman who had been dining at the restaurant. [KRON4]
  • Early-morning raids that Oakland residents were warned of in a Nixle alert Tuesday resulted in the arrest of four suspects wanted for robbery, and the seizure of several illegal weapons. [CBS SF]
  • Antioch police are seeking a 20-year-old suspect in an October shooting that left the victim with "life-altering" injuries. [CBS SF]
  • We may now be at war with Iran: Iranian forces targeted two American bases in Iraq with missile strikes overnight. [Associated Press]
  • President Trump's campaign was already promoting his killing of Iranian Major-General Qassim Suleimani on Facebook, just days after it happened. [New York Times]

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An earlier version of this post had a headline saying the 22-year-old kidnapping suspect from Los Angeles had been charged, but he had only been arrested with 18 charges still pending.