• One of two vehicles fleeing the scene of an attempted home invasion in San Mateo crashed on 101, killing one passenger and injuring two. The crash closed the off-ramp at Peninsula Avenue early this morning. [KTVU / Chronicle]
  • Governor Gavin Newsom, in a court filing yesterday, is urging the judge in the PG&E bankruptcy case to reject the company's bankruptcy plan, calling it "sub-optimal." Newsom still appears to be pushing for a public takeover of the utility. [Associated Press]
  • A decommissioned firehouse in Fremont is up for sale for $1. The catch is it's considered historic so it needs to be moved intact of its current site, and homeless people have been squatting in it. [CBS SF]
  • A new test found no radiation around the housing at the Hunters Point Shipyard. [Curbed]
  • SkyPark, a private parking facility near SFO with 1,800 spaces, is shutting down citing inability to pay its lease. [Chronicle]
  • A sick passenger who arrived at LAX from Mexico on Wednesday was quarantined over coronavirus concerns. [KRON4]
  • The CDC is asking SFO to post a warning sign at the airport for everyone who has visited Wuhan, China. [ABC 7]
  • China is now quarantining three whole cities that are home to 18 million people in order to try to contain the virus. [Associated Press]

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