• Two people were shot, one of them fatally, in separate Saturday evening shootings in Oakland that occurred about 20 minutes apart. A 28-year-old woman was shot and injured and crashed her vehicle at High and Redding streets around 6:51 pm; and a 26-year-old man was fatally shot near the Coliseum just after 7 pm, in Oakland 47th homicide of the year. [Bay Area News Group]
  • Threatened with fines and possible jail time after a closure order from the National Forest Service, early arriving campers with the Rainbow Family have relocated to a new part of Plumas National Forest. The closure order was for the Indian Creek Headwaters area on the Mount Hough Ranger District, and the 500 or so (and counting) campers have reportedly moved to the Beckwourth Ranger District, about 12 miles north of the town of Beckwourth. [KRCR]
  • Dolores Park was completely packed on Saturday as it has been for many Pride Saturdays, and the Dyke March did go on around 5:00, albeit smaller than it's been. Only a couple hundred participated, and as one organizer of the new Dyke March committee tells Mission Local, "People will walk because people have always walked." [Hoodline / Mission Local]
  • The Warriors are reportedly preparing to lose Klay Thompson to free agency, and apparently no offer has been made to him as summer negotiations with other players have been ongoing. [The Athletic]
  • That $488,000 Russian Hill listing that went viral, which had a catch in it about a long-term lease that was binding, turns out to have been the product of some family drama following the death of the homeowner, and the house is now in contract to the family member who is currently living there. [Chronicle]
  • The Biden campaign reportedly went into panic cleanup mode for the 48 hours following Thursday's debate, and Biden is now at a pre-planned family retreat at Camp David where he may or may not be discussing whether to run again. [New York Times]

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