• Due to the potential for gusty onshore winds and dry conditions, a Red Flag Warning remains in effect until 5 p.m. today. Update: The National Weather Service has called off the Red Flag Warning early, as of 9:35 a.m., as all that unstable air is clearing the region. [NWSBayArea]
  • Air quality has been bad for days across the Bay Area, but it's possibly been the worst in the East Bay, where some of the worst ratings overnight came around 4 a.m. in Concord and Livermore. [Chronicle]
  • Local researchers hope that a coronavirus vaccine will be able to harness both the immune system's T-cells as well as its B-cells, standard antibody cells, in creating cell memory beyond a few months. [Chronicle]
  • Two apparently unconnected suspects, both 39, were arrested last week in connection with unrelated vehicle arsons in Antioch and Martinez. [CBS SF]
  • A Vacaville man claims to have saved his home and fended off the LNU Complex fires by spraying Bud Light on approaching flames. [Mercury News]
  • It's been over 15 years since the death of Laci Peterson shocked the Bay Area, and her husband, convicted killed Scott Peterson, continues to appeal his death sentence. [CBS SF]
  • Zoom users have been reporting outages worldwide today. [KRON4]
  • TikTok is now suing the Trump administration claiming that it is being denied due process by Trump's executive order to shut it down. [New York Times]
  • Trump's older sister knows what she's talking about: He's a liar and a crook. [Associated Press]

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