• Sunday, November 27, marked the 44th anniversary of the City Hall assassinations of Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk. The day was marked by a vigil in the Castro, with mourners linking last week's shooting in an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs. [ABC 7]
  • Traffic was brought to a standstill in both directions on I-880 in Oakland Sunday night due to a person "brandishing a gun." The individual fled into a homeless encampment near the Coliseum and was ultimately arrested, but all lanes were blocked by police for about three hours, reopening at 1:15 a.m. [NBC Bay Area]
  • San Francisco Controller Ben Rosenfield has issued a statement regarding the funding of recently audited nonprofit United Council of Human Services, which was found to be in violation of city policies and has lost its nonprofit status. Rosenfield urged city leaders to "carefully consider the standards we need to uphold" with regard to such funding. [Bay City News]
  • Four dogs and one cat were killed and one person was injured in a house fire in Bay Point on Sunday afternoon. [KPIX]
  • Mauna Loa started erupting Sunday night on Hawaii's Big Island for the first time since 1984, sending a rain of ash over nearby communities. [Associated Press]
  • Meta has been fined another ~$275M by Ireland’s Data Protection Commission in connection with a user-data leak discovered last year, bringing the total fines imposed on the company by the European commission to $900 million in the last year alone. [New York Times]
  • The death of pizza restaurant Zero Zero, which was as well situated as any downtown spots to recover from a pandemic slump, is indicative of what many SoMa and FiDi restaurant owners are facing — and the only way out might be subsidies from the city while foot traffic remains so low. [Chronicle]
  • "Gaslighting" is Merriam-Webster's word of the year for 2022 — but this is two years after Trump left office?? [Associated Press]

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