• The San Francisco Harley-Davidson shop at 3146 Mission Street (two doors down from El Rio) has posted a sign on its door announcing its closure. The sign, seen below, reads “Currently closed for business” and directs customers to a San Jose shop. SFist has not received response from the listed email on whether the closure is permanent, but neighboring business owners commented that they believed the closure is permanent.
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  • The Alameda County Prosecutors’ Association voted “overwhelmingly” to endorse November’s recall vote on DA Pamela Price, though the union did not disclose vote totals or percentages. But Price pushed back, telling the Chronicle, “I do believe they are threatened by our review of past prosecutorial misconduct.” [Chronicle]
  • The under-construction elementary school Mission Bay School might never open, considering that SFUSD is likely to close some schools in the future, so finishing this one might not make sense. Mission Bay School was slated to open in August 2025, but the enrollment projections that justified the school’s opening may have been inaccurate. [Examiner]
  • Outside Lands announced its “Night Concerts” scheduled for after the festival shows and hosted by various local venues, with highlights including Sturgill Simpson at The Independent following Saturday night’s show, and STRFKR after Sunday night’s show, also at The Independent. [Outside Lands]
  • A North Las Vegas man who shot and killed five people late Monday night, and also critically injured a 13-year-old girl, shot himself Tuesday morning when he was confronted by police officers. [KPIX]
  • A blazing garbage truck fire closed northbound traffic in Pleasant Hill Tuesday morning, but there were no injuries. [NBC Bay Area]

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