• Nancy Pelosi once again seemed to hedge on the question of Biden staying in the race, saying this morning on MSNBC, "it’s up to the president to decide." It would appear that Biden has decided, and he continues to remain firm, however Pelosi said, "We’re all encouraging him to make that decision because time is running short." [Associated Press]
  • George Stephanopoulos, who just interviewed Biden last week, was stopped by a stranger on the street in New York and, in an exchange caught on video, he said of the president, "I don’t think he can serve four more years." [CNN]
  • Oakland police appear to have been under-reporting crime data in their weekly reports, comparing incomplete year-to-date crime stats with complete data from the year before, showing that overall crime is trending downward more than it is. [Chronicle]
  • A homeless man in Antioch, 58-year-old Scott Moore, was fatally shot last week in an encampment, and his family believes it was because he was carrying a significant amount of cash. [KTVU]
  • Oakland police are investigating an injury shooting that occurred Tuesday night on East 12th Street, but the victim refused treatment and refused to cooperate with police. [KRON4]
  • It's only been a week since the new $20 minimum wage has kicked in for fast-food workers in California, and a new report suggests that franchise owners are responding by cutting worker hours. [Associated Press]
  • A group of San Jose business and labor leaders gathered for a press event Tuesday at Diridon Station, making a plea to the federal government to provide more funding for the BART Silicon Valley Phase II project, which would extend BART into downtown San Jose. [NBC Bay Area]

Previously: U.S. President Joe Biden awards the Medal of Freedom to former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House on May 3, 2024 in Washington, DC. President Biden awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Nation’s highest civilian honor, to 19 individuals including political leaders, civil rights icons and other influential cultural icons. (Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)