• Oprah was spotted hiking in East Bay ahead of her Chase Center stop today for the "Oprah's WW 2020 Vision Tour." The talk show host icon and actual walking goddess among us wandered through a spat of East Bay wilderness with the African-American nature advocacy group, Outdoor Afro. [ABC7]
  • More than 100 students walked out of the Aptos Middle School Friday to protest physical and verbal bullying at the institution. "We’re all here for the same reason, trying to make sure that all the kids here can grow up and thrive and learn, and the district is not showing that they’re looking to partner with us as parents in doing that,” said Garth German, a parent of two Aptos students. [SF Examiner]
  • A recent cancer-causing chemical found at McClymonds High School is raising concerns that the same agent might be found elsewhere in the area. The chemical trichloroethylene, or TCE, was found in the groundwater below the school, which, when vaporized, could find its way into the building. [KRON4]
  • Three men were wounded in an Oakland shooting. [Mercury News]
  • The California Department of Public Health said Friday that 7,600 people — those who had just returned from China — were urged to self-quarantine amidst fears of spreading the novel coronavirus. [KPIX]
  • A driver hit two homeless men sleeping at a bus stop at 13th and Mission Street. [KTVU]
  • Yes, coyotes are thriving in SF — and they're not going anywhere. [KQED]
  • Get thrifty this weekend at some of the best Bay Area flea markets. [The Bold Italic]

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