• Scott Adams, the Bay Area-based creator of the "Dilbert" comic strip, received an ongoing backlash of cancellations on Saturday after defending his remarks that characterized Black individuals as members of a "hate group" that white people should avoid. Several media publishers across the United States condemned Adams' comments as discriminatory, racist, and hateful, and announced that they would no longer host his work on their platforms — and the syndicator of "Dilbert," Andrews McMeel Universal, has severed ties with Adams as well. [CNN / Washington Post]
  • Some light rains Sunday morning will bring about a tenth of an inch to over a third of an inch of precipitation to the Bay Area, but should clear up by the afternoon. However, San Francisco could see some thunderstorms by Monday afternoon and maybe even snow (again). [ABC7]
  • A 24-year-old man who was stuck on Daly City’s Mussel Rock Park Beach early Sunday morning had to call the Coast Guard to come rescue him. He became stranded on rocks beneath a cliffside around 4:30 a.m., and a Coast Guard helicopter and firefighters were able to complete the rescue by 6 a.m. [KPIX]
  • Oakland experienced a surge in violence for the second consecutive night, as several shootings in East Oakland left five people injured and one fatal shooting in Chinatown took the life of a 44-year-old man. The man was transported to a hospital where he succumbed to his injuries about five hours later, marking the city's fourth homicide in two nights. [Mercury News]
  • Snowstorms in Southern California have closed I-5, The Grapevine, near Los Angeles County is currently closed as “continuous snow and ice” made the road impassible. [SFGate]
  • Two separate collisions involving multiple vehicles occurred around 3 a.m. Sunday morning, according to the North County Fire Authority, closing southbound Highway 280 near Daly City for a few hours. [KRON4]
  • A Bay Area community college, Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, placed first on a new list of the top 100 community colleges nationwide, based on an analysis of academic, financial, and student life data from the U.S. Department of Education. [KRON4]

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