• SF Police Chief Bill Scott is urging the public not to "rush to judgment" following a police shooting outside the Westfield mall on Tuesday. Video emerged from a bystander, but Scott says the SFPD will be releasing body-cam video as well. [ABC7]
  • A group of demonstrators gathered Thursday night to protest the shooting. The group marched from Market Street to the SFPD's Tenderloin Station. [KTVU / Examiner]
  • There's a fair amount of skepticism around the Bay Area about whether the new 10 p.m.-to-5 a.m. curfew is really going to make a difference in virus spread. Also, bars say they feel like they are being targeted. [CBS SF / ABC7]
  • Some group of Covidiots continues to show up at every Solano County Board of Supervisors meeting to protest the state's public health orders, and this week they joined in a Nazi solute, comparing the supervisors to the Third Reich. [Chronicle]
  • The BART board on Thursday selected Holliday Development and Related California to develop a 780-unit transit-oriented development at El Cerrito Station. [SF Business Times]
  • A COVID outbreak at Golden Gate Fields racetrack in Berkeley has now infected 100 employees, causing the city's virus metrics to jump overnight. [Berkeleyside]
  • SF Mayor London Breed announced a new program, in the spirit of The New Deal, to hire visual and performing artists to create public-health PSAs for the city. [KQED]

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