• Two suspects led authorities in Alameda County on a high-speed chase that started I-880 early this morning. The suspects got away and it's not yet know what they were wanted for. [KTVU]
  • A second arrest has been made in a brutal attack on two senior citizens in Chinatown last July. One arrest was already made in October. [ABC 7]
  • 20 homes had to be evacuated in a Stockton neighborhood Thursday after "hundreds" of military-style explosives were found in the home of a 70-year-old man who had just died. [Chronicle]
  • Legislation advanced in the California legislature to ban the advertising of wet wipes as "flushable," to discourage people from flushing them and clogging sewer drains. [Associated Press]
  • An 80-year-old driver from L.A. got lost on Mount Hamilton in the South Bay and accidentally drove his car off a cliff and died. [Mercury News]
  • A new study finds overwhelming support for an expanded Latino Cultural District on Mission Street. [Mission Local]
  • Another study finds that low-income BART riders will be disproportionately impacted when BART eliminates all paper, magnetic-stripe tickets. [Examiner]
  • The Chronicle found some photos of a totally 80s Super Bowl block party on Douglass Street in 1982. [Chronicle]

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