• A truck carrying 16,000 pounds of avocados overturned on northbound Highway 101 Monday morning in San Mateo. The truck was blocking the northbound express lanes and two left lanes at 3rd Avenue. [KRON4]
  • After WalletHub did a clickbait-y "study" that concluded San Francisco was the "worst-run city" in the country, City Hall and the Chronicle are pushing back. The analysis divided city's quality-of-life scores by budget per capit, but city officials point out that as a city and county, San Francisco pays for things like the airport and sheriff's department that other city's don't. [Chronicle]
  • A couple dozen activists who do not like Oakland Mayor Sheng Thao rallied outside Oakland's City Hall on Sunday calling for Thao's resignation, following that FBI raid of her home. [East Bay Times]
  • Some emergency track work on BART between West Oakland, 12th Street and Lake Merritt stations caused systemwide delays on Sunday evening. [KPIX]
  • A McDonald's that has been there 30 years closed on Sunday at Stonetown Galleria, with the franchisee citing the high rent as well as Calfornia's $20 minimum wage for fast-food workers. [Chronicle]
  • Sunday Streets came to the Tenderloin on Sunday, and the block party was an "oasis" for the neighborhoods many families with children. [ABC 7]
  • Uh oh: The Supreme Court has decided it will take up a challenge to a Tennessee law that bans gender-affirming care for trans kids. [New York Times]

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