• Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was shot twice while giving a speech yesterday, by a suspect with a homemade gun, and died in the hospital hours later. [BBC]
  • The King Tides are returning to Bay Area shores Monday night, and are expected to peak Tuesday before receding on Wednesday. [Chronicle]
  • Newly appointed District Attorney Brooke Jenkins gave her first remarks after Breed announced her for the job, saying, "As a Black and Latina woman, I have seen the imbalances and disproportionate impacts of our criminal justice firsthand. I have had family members on both sides of the courtroom.” [YouTube]
  • The Washburn Fire has led to the temporary closure of Mariposa Grove in Yosemite National Park. [Chronicle]
  • Another rally against PG&E on the steps of City Hall Thursday, as Supervisor Connie Chan has introduced a measure to discourage Governor Newsom from renewing the utility’s safety certificate. [KRON4]
  • North Beach bar Tony Nik’s has been sold to one of its longtime bartenders, Sebastian Scala. [SFGate]

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