• Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen announced Monday that he is leaving Twitter due to the rise in hate speech on the platform. Rosen put out a statement calling on other DAs around the country to do the same. [NBC Bay Area]
  • There was a 3.7M earthquake in San Jose today, centered in the vicinity of October's bigger, 5.1M quake. [KRON4]
  • In a special session of the legislature, Governor Gavin Newsom introduced a proposed penalty aimed at deterring oil companies from excessive gas price increases. [KPIX]
  • SF's Department of Police Accountability released an interim report this week blasting the SFPD for its lack of transparency about police misconduct. [Mission Local]
  • A man was fatally shot Saturday morning on the 300 block of Peralta Street near 3rd Street in West Oakland, in the vicinity of a tiny home village for the recently homeless. [Chronicle]
  • The man who shot Lady Gaga's dog walker in Feb. 2021 just got 21 years in prison. [Associated Press]
  • The Supreme Court justices sparred in court Monday, well past the 70 minutes allotted, regarding a Colorado case in which a graphic designer wants to be able to refuse service for gay weddings. [Associated Press / New York Times]
  • The Slow Street on Lake Street remains the most contentious issue facing the SFMTA's Slow Streets program. [Hoodline]
  • The acclaimed, Berkeley-based Boichik Bagels has opened an outpost in Palo Alto. [Hoodline]

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