• A power outage Wednesday morning shut down parts of San Francisco International Airport, and caused a temporary ground stop for all planes. The outage affected Terminals 1 and 3 and the International Terminal, beginning around 6:40 am and power restored just before 7:30 am. [NBC Bay Area]
  • The Sites Fire in Colusa County grew to 15,565 acres since Tuesday, and is now 5% contained. Some evacuation orders remain in place, and several structures are threatened, but the fire is burning in a very remote area. [Cal Fire]
  • Growth has stopped in the Point Fire in Sonoma County, and it is now 50% contained. The fire, burning since Sunday near Lake Sonoma, appears under control and Cal Fire says, "Control lines are secured around the entire perimeter of the fire." [Cal Fire]
  • Fog and potential drizzle will move back in over SF the next couple of days, particularly in the early part of the day, as the weather shifts again. Expect patchy fog Wednesday and more extensive cloud cover Thursday, but it looks like the sun returns on Friday. [Chronicle]
  • Wildfire smoke from the Sites and Point fires is likely to impact air quality across multiple parts of Northern California today, especially in the North Bay valleys. [KPIX]
  • A vegetation fire that broke out around 9:20 pm Tuesday in the unincorporated area of San Martin in Santa Clara County was fully extinguished as of Wednesday morning. [KPIX]
  • Two people were killed and two others were injured in a shooting in Richmond on Tuesday afternoon, which occurred on the 700 block of Pennsylvania Avenue. [KRON4]

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