• Federal law enforcement is expanding its "All Hands on Deck" initiative in SF's Tenderloin. The initiative ramps up arrests of drug dealers during overnight hours and has so far seized more than 5 pounds of meth, 11 pounds of fentanyl. [DOJ / NBC Bay Area]
  • There was a vigil Thursday evening for the pedestrian killed in a hit-and-run collision on Mission Street in Bernal Heights Monday morning. The victim was reportedly 41 years old. [KTVU]
  • A neighborhood group distributed some unrealistic renderings of what upzoning might look like in different SF neighborhoods, to stoke fear, and the Planning Department is pushing back. "They are dramatically out of scale, well in excess of what could ever be allowed by the rezoning, [and] substantially exaggerate building size," the department says of the renderings. [Chronicle]
  • Two female Apple employees are proposing a class-action suit over gender-related wage gaps at the company. [CNN]
  • The Mountain View Police Department seized over 450 psilocybin products and over 13,000 THC and flavored tobacco products from two separate smoke shops in Mountain View, following an investigation. [KRON4]
  • A 40-foot-wide slab of cliff crumbled onto a Capitola beach on Wednesday, but no one was injured and there was no impact on infrastructure in the vicinity. [Bay Area News Group]
  • A charming Sonoma County winery and popular wedding venue, Belden Barns, is for sale for $10.9 million. [Chronicle]

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