• Barely twelve hours after somebody walked into the Transbay Tube and shut down BART service, a guy decided to climb a power pole at the SF Caltrain depot Thursday morning and shut down service into SF. The incident began at 6 a.m. and the guy came down and was arrested around 9 a.m., but Caltrain said service wouldn't resume until around 10 a.m. [KTVU / KPIX]

  • A 14-year-old girl has been added to the list of suspects arrested in connection with with rampant, organized retail theft by groups in San Francisco. The girl is suspected of participating in dozens of robberies with the tally of merchandise stolen being around $30,000. [Chronicle]
  • The first of six town halls hosted by the California Forever team was last night in Vallejo, and public comment wasn't exactly positive. Residents asked predictable questions like "Will there be enough water to support a new town?" and "Why aren't you investing in the towns we already have?" [KRON4]
  • One man was killed in a three-car collision on I-80 eastbound in Richmond Tuesday night. [KRON4]
  • Don't forget: The Newsom-DeSantis debate is on at 6 p.m. tonight. [New York Times]
  • A new list of the world's most expensive cities in which to live has San Francisco in 10th place, below Los Angeles (6th) and New York (tied for 2nd). [CNN]
  • Nikki Haley's first TV spot has dropped in Iowa and New Hampshire, and it calls for Republicans to move beyond "the chaos of the past." [New York Times]

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