• Pro-Palestinian protesters took over the office of Stanford University President Richard Saller early Wednesday morning, and police arrived to make 13 arrests. Fake blood was splashed on a desk inside, and a door was busted down, though it was unclear if that was the work of police or protesters. [KTVU]
  • A free grocery store offering food to residents in need has opened in the Bayview. It's called the District 10 Community Market, it's located at 5030 3rd Street, and it is being funded by the San Francisco Human Services Agency. [KRON4]
  • A San Francisco man has been arrested in connection with multiple thefts in Sea Ranch. 29-year-old Zachary Alexander Ball is believed to be responsible for at least seven burglaries, including the theft of a custom redwood bench that was taken out of Sea Ranch Chapel and was found at Ball's girlfriend's home. [KRON4]
  • A Santa Rosa native and prominent rock climber has been sentenced to life in prison in federal court for sexual assaults he committed in Yosemite National Park. Charles Barrett, 40, was convicted in February of two counts of aggravated sexual abuse and one count of abusive sexual contact. [KPIX]
  • Following the March announcement of the departure of conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen after a short tenure, SF Symphony CEO Matt Spivey and Board President Priscilla Geeslin spoke to the Chronicle about the symphony's financial struggles and future plans. [Chronicle]
  • Longtime KTVU anchor Julie Haener just announced her retirement from the station ater 27 years during a Tuesday night broadcast, saying she wants to spend more time with her family. [Chronicle]

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