• Berkeley police shot and killed a suspect in an auto burglary just before 5:30 a.m. Monday morning. There were two other suspects allegedly involved who were also taken into custody unharmed. It’s unclear how many shots officers fired, nor why they chose to open fire in the first place. [KGO]
  • As tensions run high over the Israel-Gaza conflict, SF’s Washington High School reportedly found a swastika graffitied on the wall of a stairwell. The district is investigating the incident that seems like an anti-semitic hate crime, and Jewish staff at SFUSD are concerned the district isn’t doing enough to keep them safe. [Chronicle]
  • Castro Italian restaurant Vico Cavone has closed permanently after not even two years in business, and Sunday was their last day. There is apparently some sort of ugly legal dispute between two of the co-owners. [Hoodline]
  • SF’s one-time blue-chip financial company Charles Schwab continues to shrink its local footprint, laying off some 2,000 employees nationwide, and reducing its presence at its one-time 211 Main Street headquarters to just six floors (Schwab had once occupied 17 floors there). [SFGate]
  • Warriors coach Steve Kerr will coach Team USA at the 2024 Olympics in Paris, but will immediately step down from that position at the end of the Olympics. [Examiner]
  • Waymo will be offering blood donors free rides to and from the American Red Cross office at 1663 Market Street from November 6-12, in hopes of bolstering blood donations as the Red Cross deals with a current blood shortage. [KRON4]

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