• There was a structure fire Sunday afternoon in SF's Financial District that affected 808 and 838 Kearny Street, as well as 55 Columbus Avenue. It was described as an exterior fire, and it was contained without injuries. [SFFD/X]
  • A San Francisco software developer and venture capitalist is taking advantage of the fire sale happening from an unfolding Sonoma County real estate scandal. Two companies owned by Weebly founder Chris Fanini, Anidel Hospitality and I Heart Sonoma LLC have purchased 13 properties — including Sonoma Cheese Factory and Sonoma’s Best Modern Mercantile — from embattled investor Kenneth Mattson. [Press Democrat / Chronicle]
  • A group of Stanford graduates walked out of their graduation ceremony Sunday in protest over the war in Gaza. The Stanford for Palestine organization said in a release that the student group will host an alternative ceremony called “The People’s Commencement that will "honor the victims of genocide in Palestine and the continuation of student organizing for divestment."  [KRON4]
  • There was also a residential, one-alarm fire overnight on the 800 block of Oak Street in San Francisco's Lower Haight, and it was contained without injuries. [SFFD/X]
  • The second and final phase of Harvey Milk Terminal 1 opens to travelers at SFO today. [KTVU]
  • San Mateo County Sheriff's deputies arrested two men in connection with sideshow activity Saturday afternoon near Woodside High School in unincorporated Redwood City. [KRON4]
  • A popular teacher and longtime school principal at Pinole Valley High School was placed on administrative leave shortly after giving a commencement speech in which he referred to his disciplining by the school district earlier this year. [East Bay Times]

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