• A 25-year-old man, Ryoichi Fuseya, turned himself in to police in San Jose on Wednesday in connection with a murder in an Airbnb. A woman was found dead in the rental home on Tuesday afternoon. [ABC 7]
  • 12 coronavirus-infected passengers from the Diamond Princess cruise ship are now in isolation in regional hospitals in Northern California. Three sick passengers were also removed from Sacramento-area hospitals and transferred to a CDC facility in Nebraska. [Mercury News]
  • On Saturday, it will have been one year since 22-year-old Kyra Sunshine Scarlet died in a landslide at Fort Funston. Her body was buried under sand and then washed away and not recovered for a month, and now her family wants to meet the rescuers who frantically tried to find her. [Chronicle]
  • ICYMI, Elizabeth Warren trounced everyone in the debate last night, but it's unclear if it will catapult her back to the top of the polls. Also, all the candidates tore into Bloomberg. [New York Times]
  • Evacuees from the Diamond Princess describe their charter flight ordeal and subsequent American quarantine. [Chronicle]
  • Six people were injured in a late-night, multi-vehicle crash on Highway 17 in Los Gatos Wednesday night. [KTVU]
  • A winning $7 million Powerball ticket was sold at the Food Maxx store in San Leandro. [KRON4]
  • Morgan Stanley is buying E-Trade for $13 billion. [Associated Press]

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