• A 33-year-old transient man was arrested for an alleged attempted kidnapping of a 53-year-old woman in Mountain View Monday night, after rushing into her home. The suspect allegedly tried to push the woman into her car to drive him somewhere, but she escaped and ran to a neighbor's house and he was later found tossing rocks at other houses' windows and yelling. [Chronicle]
  • One of the latest developments in the unfolding DPW/Mohammed Nuru scandal is the apparent disappearance of some files pertaining to 555 Fulton, the building at the center of one of the FBI's investigative threads. Mission Local discusses how the SF Department of Building Inspection doesn't use any of the modern software that is meant to track when files are altered or removed. [Mission Local]
  • Tonight at midnight is the deadline to register to vote in the California primary! [Bay City News]
  • Authorities are searching for an elderly hiker who reportedly went missing Tuesday afternoon in Marin County. [SFGate]
  • Trump's pardoning and commuting of sentences for white-collar criminals didn't end with Edward DeBartolo, Jr. today, and he's basically lost his mind, again. [New York Times]
  • All of the American evacuees from Wuhan, China who had been in quarantine at Travis Air Force Base were released to go home on Monday. The new batch of quarantine residents from the Diamond Princess cruise ship. [CBS SF]
  • Community leaders in Chinatown are expressing anxiety over gentrification in the area with the coming of Empress by Boon, the latest upscale spot to come to the neighborhood with Michelin cred. [Chronicle]
  • The new Shake Shack in Cow Hollow does not, as previously believed, have a liquor license yet, and neighbors are pushing back on their application. [Eater]

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