• As part of his promised investigation of corruption at City Hall, City Attorney Dennis Herrera on Wednesday announced subpoenas for eight companies that did business with the Department of Public Works. These include Recology, P&E, the nonprofit Parks Alliance, and several construction firms including Webcor Builders, Pankow and Clark Construction. [Chronicle / SF Business Times]
  • The CDC is now saying that coronavirus testing kits that were sent out to states are "flawed," and often deliver inconclusive results. [New York Times]
  • The remains of a woman found dead in a creek in Santa Rosa last weekend have been identified as 43-year-old Genevieve Coleman of San Francisco, who may have been camping nearby. [CBS SF]
  • The Board of Supervisors's Budget and Finance Committee on Wednesday unanimously approved a 20-year lease for a building on Post Street that is set to become a Navigation Center for homeless youth. [Examiner]
  • Safety improvements are going in to hopefully prevent more pedestrian collisions in San Francisco's worst intersections. [KRON4]
  • Richmond police have released the photo of a man suspected in two armed robberies on Monday, including one in Oakland. [Chronicle]
  • Rich Hillis, a former Planning commissioner and the executive director of the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture was appointed today by Mayor London Breed to be the new head of the Planning Department. [Examiner]
  • After getting knocked out early in the season by a hand injury, Steph Curry is maybe, almost, back in playing condition for the Warriors. [Chronicle]
  • The new casual spinoff of Mister Jiu's, Mamahuhu, gets a great review from SF Weekly.

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