• Hallelujah! The Supreme Court unanimously ruled against the plaintiffs trying to restrict women's access to the abortion pill, mifepristone. In a decision written by Justice Kavanaugh, the court ruled that the doctors and anti-abortion groups who brought the case lacked standing to sue over others' use of the drug. [CNN / New York Times]
  • A fatal accident involving a motorcyclist on westbound I-580 in Livermore was causing a major commuter backup Thursday morning. Four out of five lanes were blocked by the collision, which happened just before 6 am at North Livermore Avenue. [KPIX]
  • A 25-year-old Sacramento man, Florian Matei, has been arrested on suspicion of financial elder abuse after allegedly scamming an 85-year-old man out of $4,000 after approaching him in a Trader Joe's parking lot in Petaluma. [KRON4]
  • The Alameda Police Department says it has recovered nearly 200 stolen credit cards, identity documents, and cell phones from a trailer that was previously reported stolen. [KRON4]
  • The Oakland City Council has approved the sale of its 50-percent interest in the Coliseum complex to the African American Sports and Entertainment Group, for $105 million. [KRON4]
  • A vintage car dealership in Pleasanton, Specialty Sales Classics, which closed up shop last month, was owned by Ken Mattson, one of the people involved in a still unraveling real estate scandal in Sonoma, and customers' poor reviews and legal filings show the dealership was extremely slow in paying consignors, and it had been in trouble with the state DMV for several years. [Chronicle]

Top image: Demonstrators participate in a abortion-rights rally outside the Supreme Court as the justices of the court hear oral arguments in the case of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration v. Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine on March 26, 2024 in Washington, DC. The case challenges the 20-plus-year legal authorization by the FDA of mifepristone, a commonly used abortion medication. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)