• Supervisors Hillary Ronen and Myrna Melgar are co-sponsoring some new legislation that could make SF the first city to mandate paid sick leave for domestic workers, including housecleaners and nannies. The measure is being introduced tomorrow at the Board of Supervisors. [Chronicle]
  • The cost of BART's extension into downtown San Jose, once estimated to cost $6.9 billion, has been revised sharply upward to $9.1 billion according to an announcement of funding by the federal government. The FTA just awarded the project $2.3 billion "or 25% of the final project cost," whichever is less. [Bay Area News Group]
  • A man was shot and critically wounded while driving in Hayes Valley/Lower Haight on Saturday night. The victim was in a car near Buchanan and Haight streets when a suspect possibly shot him from inside a black SUV. [Bay City News]
  • In further bomb-cyclone-aftermath news, a "wall of mud" dumped off a hillside onto a tennis court in Orinda. [KTVU]
  • Also, a mudslide early Monday slid down onto Route 128 near Monticello Dam at Lake Berryessa, and four feet of mud have made the road impassable. [Bay City News]
  • There's a Winter Storm Warning in effect for the Sierra, and the Tahoe area may be getting four feet of snow. [ABC 7]
  • The Abigail Hotel at 246 McAllister Street is the latest property that the city of San Francisco will repurpose as transitional housing for the homeless. [CBS SF]
  • The Internet Archive turns 25 this week. [KQED]

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