• Vandals tore apart a garden at Oakland’s Global Family Elementary School, a garden that had been placed there by Steph and Ayesha Curry’s Eat.Learn.Play. Foundation. The vandals were apparently caught on security camera, but the Bay Area News Group says that “Sometime over the weekend, the vandals tore apart planters, broke wooden benches, shattered a ladder and ripped out hoses that were used for an irrigation system.” [Bay Area News Group]
  • The Polk Street Bob’s Donuts is moving to a different Polk Street location, after a reported 150% rent increase cost them the current Polk and Sacramento streets location. The new space is the former Lotta’s Bakery at 1720 Polk Street — the Chronicle reported last fall that owners, the Ahn family, had acquired the space, but they were cagey at the time about the reason —  and thanks to an assist from Supervisor Aaron Peskin’s office, it will be able to merge with a vacant adjacent storefront to create a much larger Bob’s Donuts. [KRON4]
  • Elon Musk is being sued for sexual harassment by three former SpaceX employees. One of the employees was a much younger fresh-out-college intern, and another plaintiff was apparently asked by Musk to have his babies, and when she refused, he demoted her and denied her a raise. [Engadget]
  • The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals is reviving a 2019 excessive force case against San Jose police where they fatally shot and killed a man who was carrying a replica gun on Halloween. [Bay Area News Group]
  • Jury deliberations started Tuesday in David DePape’s state trial for his attack on Paul Pelosi. [KPIX]
  • Yosemite climber activists hung a “Stop the Genocide” banner on El Capitan. [Chronicle]
  • A trial date of April 2025 has been set for Davis stabbing suspect Carlos Dominguez. [KPIX]

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