• Alameda County prosecutors on Thursday announced there would be no charges relating to the Moms 4 Housing eviction day arrests. Two members of the group and two of their supporters refused to leave the home and were taken into custody last month, but they will not be charged with any crime. [CBS SF]
  • While Bill Barr went on ABC News to try to add a public sheen of legitimacy to his running of the Justice Department, Trump still couldn't contain himself on Twitter this morning. Trump claims he has the "legal right" to interfere in DoJ cases, he just hasn't done so yet — hinting at horrors to come. [New York Times]
  • A 16-year-old driver helped rescue a man who swerved and drove off a cliff on Highway 1 in Sonoma County on Wednesday. [KRON4]
  • Union City police are holding a press conference this morning with an update on the homicides of two young boys, aged 11 and 14, sitting in a van late at night just before Thanksgiving. [KTVU]
  • A Concord High School student struck in a hit-and-run Monday on Port Chicago Highway has died from his injuries. [Bay City News]
  • A suspected smash-and-grab thief gave chase to police in Vallejo Wednesday night, then crashed into a tree and died. [Chronicle]
  • For what's it's worth, a Chamber of Commerce poll finds that 70 percent of San Franciscans say street conditions and homelessness have gotten worse in the last year. [ABC 7]

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