• It will be another dry, sunny afternoon in San Francisco and around the Bay as the Diablo winds ease up. Off-shore winds continue to bring fire danger to the Southern California coast. [Chronicle]
  • Two people were stabbed Sunday near SF's Bernal Heights neighborhood, and one was left with life-threatening injuries. The stabbing happened around 4:15 p.m. in the area of Cortland Avenue and Bayshore Boulevard, and the suspect remains at large. [KRON4]
  • Oakland police launched a pilot program Friday that allowed people to DM the department on Instagram and X if they saw an auto burglary in progress. The program's accounts were deactivated Friday night for unclear reasons. [KPIX]
  • Hamas has released a video of three hostages — all women, only one of whom speaks — making a plea to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to make a prisoner swap. The woman's remarks, likely made under duress, refers to a "mistake" Israeli leaders made on October 2. [CBS News]
  • There was a small pro-Israel rally Sunday at Yerba Buena Gardens in San Francisco, with many attendees just one degree removed from someone who was killed or kidnapped on October 7th. [Chronicle]
  • A suspected car thief got his leg impaled on a fence's security spike while trying to flee Vallejo police after a car chase earlier this month and needed medical assistance to free him. [East Bay Times]
  • Eyedrops from several major manufacturers are being recalled after the FDA reported finding unsanitary conditions at a manufacturing facility. [New York Times]
  • It remains unclear if the Valencia Street location of SF's Smitten Ice Cream will reopen following some vandalism last week that may have been connected to the owner being Jewish. [Chronicle]
  • Trump has been making verbal gaffes on the campaign trail that threaten to undermine his characterization of Joe Biden as being too old to be president. [New York Times]

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