• Trucks are backed up for five to seven miles in I-80 in the Sierra, and hundreds of drivers remain stranded in the snow. The freeway shut down in both directions Tuesday and has not reopened. [KPIX]
  • An East Bay landlord has ended his hunger strike after the Alameda County Board of Supervisors voted to lift the pandemic eviction moratorium. George Wu ended his 70-hour hunger strike after supervisors voted to allow the moratorium to expire in 60 days — Wu says that one family stopped paying rent in his San Leandro building before the pandemic, and owes him $120,000. [KPIX]
  • A giant, rain-filled pothole on I-680 in Contra Costa County caused a nightmare for drivers on Tuesday. At least a dozen cars got flat tires after hitting it, and many in the East Bay are lamenting the wild weather that brought more snow to Mount Diablo. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Robert Sanger, the attorney for Paul Flores, is calling for a new trial and for Flores's October conviction to be dismissed. Flores was convicted of the 1996 murder of Cal Poly classmate Kristin Smart, though her remains have still never been found. [KPIX]
  • There was a rare shooting in Piedmont on Tuesday evening, and while not fatal, the usually less-than-busy Piedmont Police Department was very riled up. [Facebook]
  • The Warriors' Steph Curry may be on the mend, and he and Andre Iguodala did a scrimmage at Chase Center on Tuesday. [Bay Area News Group]
  • According to a new report, actor and Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey is being paid $10 million a year to be a "creative advisor" and TV pitchman for Salesforce — so his appearance at Dreamforce last year wasn't just for kicks. [KRON4]

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