• A second naturopathic quack, this one in Santa Cruz, has apparently taken a plea in a case that connects her with the Napa woman who was also selling “homeoprophylaxis immunization” pellets and fraudulent vaccination cards during the pandemic. Jaimi Janson, founder and CEO of Santa Cruz Core Fitness + Rehab, entered a guilty plea Friday, and may have agreed to testify against others. [Chronicle]
  • Jose Inez Garcia Zarate, the mentally ill and undocumented man acquitted in the 2015 shooting of Kate Steinle in San Francisco, has been sentenced to time served in his federal gun case, and warned not to return to the U.S. once he's deported for a sixth time. He is now off to Texas where he will face another federal judge for failing to report his location to immigration officials when he was released from jail just before the shooting. [KTVU]
  • The family of the San Jose Safeway employee fatally shot during a robbery over the weekend is speaking out and seeking justice, while the suspect remains at large. [KTVU / NBC Bay Area]
  • Service was limited today on BART's Green Line, between Berryessa and Daly City, due to an equipment problem. [KRON4]
  • An investigation has been ordered in San Jose after a woman paid as a grant writer for the city who was paid millions over the last decade apparently plagiarized sections of a 500-page book on the city's history that she was tasked to write from Wikipedia and other sources. [Mercury News]
  • Charles Phan is doing a limited-run pop-up featuring new Slanted Door dishes in development on the UC Berkeley campus this month — in his space in Wurster Hall, Rice & Bones — and it's $48 per person for four courses. [Hoodline]

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