• SF's Department of Building Inspection has ordered the owners of 555 California Street to replace the windows that blew out during the windy storm on Tuesday. The missing windows on the 43rd floor are currently boarded over, and building managers may want to wait until there are no more storms on the horizon. [KRON4]
  • Former Theranos COO Sunny Balwani got a last-minute stay of his prison reporting date on Thursday, as his lawyers attempt to appeal his case to the Ninth Circuit. Elizabeth Holmes is also trying to get her prison reporting date put off at a hearing today. [NBC Bay Area] Update: The judge said he'll rule on Holmes's prison reporting date early next month.
  • Demolition of Seacliff State Beach Pier in Santa Cruz County is set to begin next week, after storms in January largely destroyed it. [Bay Area News Group]
  • Police in Vallejo are searching for a suspect in a fatal shooting on Thursday, which was the city's third homicide of the year to date. [KRON4]
  • A 315-unit apartment development in Lafayette, delayed for 12 years because of objections from wealthy, NIMBY neighbors, is finally moving forward after a decision by the CA Supreme Court not to hear the case. [Chronicle]
  • There was some unspecified police activity at the Embarcadero BART station Thursday night that closed the station and caused some train delays. Update: It was a shot fired onboard a train, which grazed one victim. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Businesses in Los Altos were without power most of this week after winds took down power lines on Tuesdays. [KTVU]
  • After being closed due to heavy snowfall, Yosemite National Park will partially reopen to the public on Saturday. [KPIX]

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