• The smattering of tents and cars on a state-owned parking lot under Interstate 80 in San Francisco is expected to be removed Monday. The Coalition on Homelessness is saying that the SF's moratorium on evictions during the pandemic applies only to residential spaces — but the law, however, wasn't designed to deal with this kind of situation; the California Highway Patrol is scheduled to clear the encampment at 450 Fifth Street on Monday. [NBC Bay Area]
  • A shooting at an East Oakland Burger King leaves one man wounded. [East Bay Times]
  • GAF Energy, which produces roof-integrated solar solutions, has leased a 112,000-square-foot facility in San Jose — potentially bringing hundreds of more jobs to Silicon Valley. [Hoodline]
  • Now that the Pfizer vaccine was approved for children between 12 and 15 years old, hundreds of young people in Marin County received inoculations over the weekend; county officials hope to vaccinate half of that age population by next week. [ABC7]
  • One woman has died following a suspected DUI in Cupertino, [KPIX]
  • Here's where to dine and shop at the new businesses opening at San Jose's Santana Row. [Hoodline]
  • Two Israeli airstrikes in Gaza killed at least 43 Palestinians — including eight children — and injured 50 others early Sunday, marking the single deadliest day in the current Israel-Palestinian conflict. [CNN]

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