• The latest fallout from the now four-year-long federal corruption probe of SF's city government: Cyril Yu, a former Department of Building Inspection plan checker, was just sentenced to a year in prison for taking bribes. Yu pleaded guilty to receiving bribes from developer Bahman Ghassemzadeh, who pleaded guilty himself to wire fraud and got probation earlier this year. [Chronicle]
  • On Friday, a federal grand jury indicted a San Francisco man in connection with the embezzlement of more than $1.2 million from two law firms where he worked between 2018 and 2023. Tony Archuleta-Perkins, 48, allegedly created a fake nonprofit and directed funds from the firm to the nonprofit's account. [KPIX]
  • The 20th anniversary Trans March was on Friday evening, and Hoodline has pictures.
  • The big rainbow lasers turned on again over Market Street Friday, and these are even more powerful than previous years — as you may have seen last night. [KTVU]
  • A group of dirtbikers drove by while London Breed was giving a speech at the unveiling of the rainbow lasers Friday night and tossed out an M-100 or similar firework explosive, briefly frightening the crowd. [vjon/X]
  • Soleil Ho has a good piece about a bizarre and menacing NIMBY battle going on in Port Costa, the sleepy, quirky Contra Costa County town that's home to Bull Valley Road House. [Chronicle]
  • A basic-income program for trans people in San Francisco, launched as a pilot last year, is ending amid budget cuts and lawsuits from conservative groups. [Mission Local]
  • Specialty grocer The Epicurean Trader has just opened its newest location on Market Street in the Castro, just in time for Pride Weekend. [Hoodline]

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