• The grizzly bear that killed a Northern California woman at a Montana campsite earlier this week has been killed by wildlife officials. The officials set a trap for the bear near a chicken coop it had previously raided. [Associated Press]
  • California's Independent System Operator has issued a Flex Alert for today from 4 to 9 p.m. as triple-digit temperatures are anticipated in many parts of the state. Everyone is asked to conserve energy during those hours, and there will likely be another of these tomorrow. [KCRA]
  • Berkeley police are seeking the public's help in finding a vehicle involved in a vehicular homicide last month. The car, described as a lowered, dark-colored, mid-90s sedan, possibly a Nissan Altima, with tinted windows, allegedly drove over a 50-year-old man who was lying down in the middle of Telegraph Avenue on June 14. [CBS SF]
  • A 49-year-old man was killed Wednesday and another man was injured in an Oakland shooting during a memorial vigil for another homicide victim. [KTVU]
  • There's cellphone video of the earthquake aftermath in Mono County yesterday with boulders littering Highway 395. [ABC 7]
  • Police in the city of Pinole confronted a homicide suspect on Thursday afternoon and the suspect allegedly fired on an officer, and the officer shot and wounded him. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Through an executive order today, President Joe Biden is ending detention and incarceration for undocumented immigrants who are pregnant, postpartum, or nursing. [New York Times]

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