• There remains a small possibility of a weak storm next week, but it may just be a little wetness, and this weekend should be nice. The Chronicle's Gerry Diaz has a good explainer about spring storms on the West Coast and how the atmospheric rivers get slimmer this time of year. [Chronicle]
  • A 29-year-old Hayward man was apparently shot and injured in Oakland's Jack London Square Thursday night. Police were called to a San Francisco hospital, presumably SF General, on the report of the gunshot wound; the man was shot in the heel and his girlfriend drove him to SF for treatment. [Bay Area News Group]
  • California was granted a waiver Friday from the Environmental Protection Agency to begin setting its own emissions standards for semi trucks. At least eight states are likely to follow, likely accelerating moves toward zero-emission trucks. [Chronicle]
  • Half Moon Bay continues to struggle to find replacement housing for farmworkers who were displaced after January's mass shooting. [KPIX]
  • The transition team for new Alameda County District Attorney Pamela Price held a press conference on Thursday to highlight the accomplishments of her first 75 days in office. [KRON4]
  • Average asking rents in San Francisco are 6% higher than at this time last year, but still holding at rates below pre-pandemic highs. [Socketsite]
  • A 28-year-old San Leandro man, Zhanjian Zhang, was arrested in Mill Valley after a traffic stop revealed he had a cache of weaponry and a booby-trap device in the vehicle. [KPIX]
  • It looks like somebody over at Streetsblog jumped the gun a day early on the April Fool's posts, with this little poke at the SFMTA.

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