• The SF school board recall election is tomorrow, and opponents and proponents of the effort have been doing some last-minute canvassing. School board member Alison Collins is telling voters to "follow the money" and saying the recall is supported by "right wingers, Big Tech and Trump supporters," though there are plenty of parents and teachers who would not call themselves those things who also support it. [Chronicle]
  • Governor Newsom may make an announcement about the statewide mask mandate in schools as soon as today. [CalMatters]
  • One person was injured and an unknown number of people were displaced following a two-alarm fire in an apartment building in SF's Nob Hill neighborhood on Sunday evening. [Bay City News]
  • A boat on a parked trailer caught fire Saturday in Oakland, sending a plume of smoke into the air. [KTVU]
  • Gas prices remain at all-time highs around the state, and prices at Bay Area pumps are even higher than the state average. [CBS SF]
  • According to a new poll, Democrats and Republicans are both split about whether they think Biden and Trump, respectively, should be renominated to the presidential ticket in 2024. [The Hill]

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