• New Twitter CEO Linda Yaccarino starts work today. Yaccarino has apparently brought along a colleague, Joe Benarroch, who was executive vice president of communications, global advertising and partnerships at NBCUniversal, to take on "a senior business operations role." [SF Business Times]
  • Hundreds marched across the Golden Gate Bridge on Sunday, many dressed in orange, to protest gun violence. Speakers at a rally before the march included a trauma surgeon at SF General and SF Supervisor Catherine Stefani. [KPIX / Chronicle]
  • One person is dead after a fiery crash in San Jose early Monday. The crash happened at 1:26 a.m. near Meridian Avenue and Woodruff Drive. [KPIX]
  • There was a seven-acre grass fire Sunday afternoon in Contra Costa County, off Kirker Pass and Hess roads, that was quickly contained. [KPIX]
  • Supervisor Catherine Stefani may be the critical swing vote in tomorrow's Board of Supes vote on whether the Castro Theatre seats should be included in its landmarking language. [48 Hills]
  • A 30-year-old smoke shop in the Richmond District, Cigarettes R Cheaper, was hit by burglars last month and robbed of $100,000 in cigarettes and cash. [KPIX]
  • In honor of Pride Month, police in Rohnert Park have launched a campaign to give schools and businesses signs they can publicly post designating them as "safe spaces" for the LGBTQ community. [KTVU]
  • Mike Pence has formally entered the 2024 presidential race as of today. [New York Times]

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