• Nine people were injured Wednesday morning in a crash in Rohnert Park involving a Sonoma County transit bus. The crash also involved a pickup truck and an SUV. [CBS SF]
  • Civil rights attorney Kevin Benedicto is the newest member of the San Francisco Police Commission. The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved his appointment to replace Commissioner John Hamasaki. [Chronicle]
  • Mark Zuckerberg says he and wife Priscilla Chan won't be making any more grants this year to help under-funded state elections departments — and they may be giving up this cause altogether. The Zuckerberg-Chans donated $419 million to two nonprofit organizations that disbursed grants in 2020 to more than 2,500 election departments, and now Trumpers all over the place have been crowing that these "Zuckerbucks" helped win the election for 2020 through some kind of fraud. [New York Times]
  • Members of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) National Response Team arrived in San Jose to help investigate last weekend's Home Depot inferno. [KRON4]
  • Oakland police today publicly identified the 15-year-old girl who was fatally shot on Saturday as Camyla Brown. [CBS SF]
  • 32-year-old Yanira Pleitez of Oakland has been charged with murder for the Feb. 22 drive-by shooting of 20-year-old Jesse Ahumada, which she had claimed was an act of self-defense. [East Bay Times]
  • Graton Resort & Casino has expansion plans in Rohnert Park, and wants to double the hotel capacity and grow the casino floor by 50%. [Press Democrat]

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