• The Muni Metro is back to its old tricks and was experiencing a "system issue," i.e. a total meltdown, this morning during rush hour. The SFMTA tweeted about the meltdown at 8:30 a.m., saying that bus shuttles were running between West Portal and Embarcadero, and the software issue was "resolved" as of 9:06 a.m., but "residual gaps" could be expected. [X/SFMTA]
  • A dense fog advisory was issued this morning through 10 a.m. for the interior valleys of the North Bay. [KPIX]
  • Pending home sales in San Francisco are down 50% compared to this time in 2021, and they are at their lowest point, seasonally adjusted, in six years. [Socketsite]
  • For Mission District kids and parents on Halloween, Shotwell Street will be closed to traffic between 19th and 22nd streets, for some safer trick-or-treating. [Mission Local]
  • Environmentalists and Indigenous groups are pushing for the creation of a new national marine sanctuary off of California's Central Coast, from Morro Bay in San Luis Obispo County down to the Gaviota coast in Santa Barbara County, and up to 75 miles offshore. [Chronicle]
  • Another Trump codefendant in the Georgia case, attorney and conservative media figure Jenna Ellis, has pleaded guilty and will be cooperating with prosecutors. [KTVU]
  • The 49ers are on a losing streak after falling to the Vikings on Monday night. [KPIX]

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