• The San Jose City Council is voting today on a possible expansion of the city's airport, adding six gates and 11,000 parking spots. The plan addresses congestion at the airport but runs afoul of the city's carbon emission reduction plans. [Chronicle]
  • The Bay Area's Filipino community are fearful about the eruption of the Taal volcano near Manila. An eruption began on Sunday and now evacuation plans are taking shape for hundreds of thousands of people. [ABC 7]
  • A 27-year-old security guard is suspected of committing an inside-job burglary at St. Helena's Beringer winery, taking goods worth $50,000 — but no wine. [Chronicle]
  • Sutter Health has forged a partnership with Lyft to provide rides to discharged patients who need a ride a home. [SF Business Times]
  • New School, a K-5 charter school in Potrero Hill that has been criticized for its lack of diversity, just received state approval to expand into a K-8 school, over the objections of the SF Board of Ed. [Examiner]
  • Illegal sideshows broke out Sunday in several unlikely locations across the East Bay. [KTVU]
  • Makeup tutorial YouTuber Nikkie de Jager was blackmailed into coming out on her channel as trans. [KQED]

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