• A gas station in South Lake Tahoe mislabeled its diesel and regular gasoline pumps on New Year's Day, leading to many drivers seriously messing up their cars. Some drivers are facing costly repairs because of the mistake. [ABC7]
  • The rush to get summer campsite reservations at popular spots at state parks around California begins Friday, and Yosemite reservations for May and June go up next Wednesday morning. The competition for many of these campsites is fierce and the reservations go very quickly. [Chronicle]
  • In Mayor London Breed's second inauguration speech, she spoke of the "twin troubles" of homelessness and affordable housing. [Examiner]
  • A 49-year-old Sonoma County man is suspected of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl in the Boyes Hot Springs area Tuesday morning, and then attempting to do the same with a second girl. [CBS SF]
  • The SFPD says crime was down 4 percent in the Tenderloin last year over 2018. [KRON4]
  • A massive, 13,000-unit redevelopment project on a former military base in Concord — the largest planned housing development in the Bay Area — is in jeopardy due to an impasse in talks with trade unions. [Chronicle]
  • Some dude in the East Bay city of Pittsburg has been habitually cutting the wires to traffic signals at night, and has become a "significant nuisance" to the city. [East Bay Times]
  • The 19th annual SF Sketchfest kicks off this week with tributes to classic comedies, standup performances, and much more. [SF Weekly]

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