• A massive, eight-alarm fire destroyed an under-construction affordable housing complex in Redwood City on Monday. The fire began around 10:15 am in the 179-unit complex on the 2700 block of Middlefield Road, which is to be called Middlefield Junction. [KQED]
  • The building that formerly was home to Yelp's headquarters at 140 New Montgomery Street has attracted three new tenants, in a positive sign for downtown SF's office economy. As the Chronicle reports, new leases have been signed by AI data firm Super{set}, scheduling software company Calendly, and executive recruiting firm Heidrick & Struggles. [Chronicle]
  • Conservative local journalist Susan Dyer Reynolds, publisher of the Marina Times, has lost a court case that had been appealed to the 9th Circuit regarding Supervisor Dean Preston, and whether he was violating Reynolds' rights by blocking her on Twitter. Preston argued that he had blocked the Marina Times account after Reynolds tweeted a perceived threat against his family. [Chronicle]
  • San Francisco police arrested 70 pro-Palestinian protesters who entered and tried to occupy the Israeli Consulate today. Around 100 protesters entered the building where the consulate's downtown offices are, but never made it up to those offices, instead occupying the lobby for several hours. [KTVU]
  • Yet another brush fire broke out in eastern Alameda County today, this one dubbed the Patterson Fire, and like the Corral Fire, it was burning near the Altamont Pass. [NBC Bay Area]
  • In what might have been some sort of personal beef, three young women entered a Chipotle in Vallejo on Friday and one woman climbed on a counter, was shouting at a cashier, and then started throwing food items at the staff in video posted to X. [KRON4]
  • Elon Musk has formalized Xitter's policy regarding adult content, saying that consensual adult content is allowed on the platform, as long as it is labeled as such, whatever that means. [KPIX]

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