• The 2023 NFL Draft is officially underway, though the 49ers don’t have a first-round pick Thursday night because of the Trey Lance trade. Your San Francisco 49ers don’t have any picks whatsoever until the third round (No. 99 overall), which is Friday night, and the Niners' pick likely won't come until sometime after 7 p.m. [49ers.com]
  • More legal drama in the alleged beating of a former SF fire commissioner, as that commissioner Don Carmignani did not show up in court today so his attacker was released from jail. Carmignani is himself accused of instigating multiple bear mace or pepper spray attacks on homeless people, and given he did not show for a requested court appearance, the accused metal-pipe attacker was let out of jail until a May 23 preliminary hearing. [Examiner]
  • A man whose case was dismissed after he spent 15 months in jail has joined into one of the multiple lawsuits against the Antioch Police Department. Dreshawn Jackson spent a year and three months in Santa Rita Jail on charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm, though he didn’t have a firearm when arrested, and now he’s got legendary civil right attorney John Burris representing him. [KTVU]
  • Around 10% of SF’s homeless housing stock just plain sat empty last year, either because the rooms are in uninhabitable squalor, or because of the complicated bureaucratic processes necessary to fill the rooms. [Chronicle]
  • A UC Berkeley student fell from the roof of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity house, but is expected to survive the three-story fall. [SFGate]
  • A few hundred people in the Financial District, North Beach, and Nob Hill are still without power after Wednesday night's power outage, and they might not get electricity again until Saturday. [KGO]

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