• A third suspect arrested in the mass shooting in Sacramento on Sunday has been released on bail. 31-year-old Daviyonne Dawson was allegedly seen carrying a gun before the shooting occurred, and he's being charged for being a felon illegally in possession of a firearm, but authorities say they don't believe his gun was used in the shooting. [Sacramento Bee]
  • The Union Pacific Railroad Company and a coalition of marine, port and transportation interests are all filing legal challenges to the certification of the environmental impact report for the Oakland A's Howard Terminal stadium development plan. [CBS SF]
  • Jurors in the trial of former Theranos COO Sunny Balwani saw text messages this week between Balwani and Elizabeth Holmes that did not come up in Holmes's trial, showing Balwani saying things like "I am responsible for everything at Theranos." [NBC Bay Area]
  • There will be another LGBTQ rally about SF supervisorial redistricting at City Hall today, as the controversial redistricting process continues. [KRON4]
  • The European mall operator Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, which owns the Westfield Centre in San Francisco, is selling off its U.S. portfolio, including a partial stake in the SF mall. [SF Business Times]
  • House Rep. Ami Bera, who represents Sacramento in Congress, was bitten by a wild fox outside a Senate office building in D.C. this week. [KTVU]
  • A Trump-era environmental regulation that limited states' ability to enforce the Clean Water Act, which was vacated by a federal judge in San Francisco, has been reinstated by the conservative majority on the Supreme Court via the shadow docket. [New York Times]

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