• The Emporium Centre San Francisco — the former Westfield mall — apparently has a movie theater tenant looking at the former Century Cinema. They aren't saying who it is, but a cinema operator is apparently close to a deal for the abandoned nine-screen theater in the mall. [Chronicle]
  • A security guard at a CVS in Fremont was fatally shot on the job Friday night. The shooting followed a verbal altercation inside the storeat the Fremont Hub shopping center, but it was not clear what the argument was about, according to police. [KTVU]
  • Cal Fire is battling a 10-acre wildfire in San Jose, near  San Felipe Road and Las Animas Road. The fire, called the Felipe Fire, began around 8:30 am Saturday. [KRON4]
  • A San Francisco police officer was reportedly injured by a suspect allegedly making threats and was barricaded inside a vehicle at McCoppin and Valencia streets on Friday. The situation was resolved, the officer's injuries were non-life-threatening, and the suspect, who allegedly had a knife, was taken to a hospital for evaluation. [KTVU]
  • The Capitol Police force has struck a deal to pay the San Francisco Police Department $1 million per year to post up outside the Pelosis' home in Pacific Heights. This follows the revelation, after the 2022 attack on Paul Pelosi, that their home did not have 24-hour security except by remote Capitol Police watchers in DC. [SF Standard]
  • Three Bay Area-based Hells Angels members who were indicted as part of a 2017 federal sting, Jonathan Nelson, 46, aka "JonJon"; Russell Taylor Ott, 70, aka "Rusty"; and Brian Wayne Wendt, 45, have been sentenced to life in prison. FBI Special Agent in Charge Robert Tripp describes the three as "the most violent of the dozens convicted." [KRON4]

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