• A major power outage in Santa Rosa is impacting around 27,000 people. The outage is affecting part of the west side of the city, and PG&E expects power to be restored by 4 pm today. [KRON4]
  • The Supreme Court gave the Biden Administration a win today, siding with them in a case about social media misinformation. The court ruled 6-3 that the plaintiffs in the case, a group of social media users and officials from the states of Louisiana and Missouri, lacked standing to sue Facebook over the removal of posts. [CBS News]
  • The Supreme Court has sided with an Indiana mayor accused of taking a bribe after the fact of a company getting a contract — which the mayor argued was a "gratuity." [CNN]
  • Emergency track work on BART has halted all Red Line service between Richmond and Millbrae. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Alameda County District Attorney Pamela Price's top deputy, Chief Assistant DA Otis Bruce Jr., has resigned. [Berkeley Scanner]
  • Dozens of concerned parents spoke at a San Francisco school board meeting Tuesday night expressing concerns over the district's plan to ultimately close or merge some schools, though they have not said which schools may close. [ABC 7]
  • A former tech executive, Google's longtime chief legal officer David Drummond, has purchased three Sonoma wine properties, and is launching two new wine brands, Overshine and Comunità. [Chronicle]

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