• San Mateo County is getting its own Navigation Center for the homeless, in Redwood City. The ground-breaking for the new shelter, the first in the county, happened on Wednesday. [KRON4]
  • Non-Bay Area resident John Legend used his Twitter platform Wednesday to voice his support for SF District Attorney Chesa Boudin and his opposition to the June recall. Legend also lent some support to Contra Costa County DA Diana Becton, and Sacramento County DA Alana Matthews. [KRON4]
  • A 20-year-old was arrested in Livermore early Wednesday for allegedly shooting a resident who was trying to take down his license plate for doing donuts in his car. The 40-year-old victim suffered a non-life-threatening injury. [Bay City News]
  • A benefit dinner, dubbed "SF Chefs for Ukraine" was held at Nari in Japantown on Wednesday night. The proceeds from the $750-per-person dinner are going to Jose Andres's World Central Kitchen. [CBS SF]
  • New video has been released in the in-custody death case of Mario Gonzalez, which the Alameda County DA declined to prosecute last week. [KRON4]
  • The cluster of rain showers coming this weekend to the Bay Area may at least slow the start of fire season. [Chronicle]
  • A gray whale that washed up near Muir Beach, likely killed by a ship strike, is going to be left there to decompose. [East Bay Times]
  • Tesla is doing yet another recall, this time over the "Boombox" function that uses external speakers, and it will be handled with an online software update. [CBS SF]
  • The Democratic National Committee is weighing changes to the primary calendar for the 2024 election cycle, which may mean earlier voting and more influence for California. [New York Times]

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