• On Tuesday, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to declare San Francisco a sanctuary for transgender, gender nonconforming, and nonbinary people. SF joins Sacramento and West Hollywood in becoming a sanctuary city for those seeking and providing gender-affirming care, but it is the first major city in the US to do so. [Chronicle]
  • Mayoral candidate Mark Farrell commissioned a new poll which finds him winning the mayor's race, and Mayor London Breed in second place. Other candidates' campaigns have commissioned their own polls, but Farrell's is the first to publicize the results. [Mission Local]
  • We now have a fresh report that San Francisco's new, multi-million-dollar 911 dispatch center is plagued with problems. [KPIX]
  • Responding to a request by police for surveillance footage, one Piedmont resident's footage helped police make an arrest in a sexual battery case in which a man grabbed a woman while she was walking on Bonita Avenue. [KRON4]
  • 17-year-old Oakland resident Surijhyah Farr had her graduation gifts stolen from her last week after she graduated high school, and now a local nonprofit is raising money to help replace them. [KTVU]
  • In-N-Out Burger has confirmed that it has raised prices in California, which it said it did to meet the state's minimum-wage requirements, as well as to "maintain our quality standards." [Bay Area News Group]

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