• 24 years after the disappearance of Kristin Smart from the Cal Poly campus in San Luis Obispo, authorities executed search warrants at four locations in California and Washington State, including the San Pedro, California home of Paul Flores. Flores, 43, was a fellow student at Cal Poly who was the last to see Smart alive, and has long been a person of interest in the case. Back in 2016, SFist covered a development in the case in which the FBI and local authorities were digging up part of the Cal Poly campus. [New York Times]
  • It's starting! Stars of the upcoming fourth installment of The Matrix franchise, Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss, were spotted shooting a scene outside the House of Nanking in Chinatown today. The cast and crew are in town, and big nighttime shoots in the Financial District are set to begin on Sunday. [Examiner]
  • Senator Dianne Feinstein today issued a call for federal regulations requiring crash-warning systems on all helicopters following the death of Kobe Bryant. [KRON4]
  • There are fresh renderings of a fancy new 28-story office tower coming to Oakland's Uptown. [Curbed]
  • Hayes Valley brunch spot Laguna has just closed after a year in business. [Eater]
  • Zynga is back, and it just reported revenues that it hasn't topped since 2012. [SF Business Times]
  • Hollywood legend Kirk Douglas died today at the age of 103. [Associated Press]

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