• Olivier Adella, the former star witness in the Hillsborough murder trial of Tiffany Li and Kaveh Bayat, is now going to be tried for passport fraud. Adella was released from jail last month directly into federal custody, and a federal judge just refused bail in his case. [ABC 7]
  • SFO is reopening its public observation deck atop Terminal 2 for the first time in 25 years, on Friday. The new "SkyTerrace" is one of the final pieces of the $59 million renovation of the terminal to be completed, and anyone can visit it, even without a boarding pass. [CBS SF]
  • Former 49er Colin Kaepernick has inked a deal with Audible to write a memoir. The book will be "part political awakening" and will focus on his early life before and discuss the inspiration for his famous protest. [ABC 7]
  • New District Attorney Chesa Boudin has proposed creating a fund to cover broken car windows. The $1.5 million fund would only cover windows broken in break-ins for people whose insurance didn't cover the cost. [KRON4]
  • A second coronavirus case has been confirmed among evacuees in quarantine in San Diego. [KRON4]
  • A fugitive wanted in a homicide was arrested by San Jose police around 3 a.m. this morning following a standoff. [Chronicle]
  • Some luxury waterfront condos have just hit the market at One Steuart Lane, and one-bedrooms start at $1.6 million. [SF Business Times]
  • A powerful 6.9M earthquake struck overnight off the northern coast of Japan, but officials say there is no tsunami danger. [ABC 7]

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