• Khazar Momeni, the sister of accused Bob Lee killer Nima Momeni, was officially arraigned today on charges stemming from an alleged DUI hit-and-run in the Tenderloin in November. The DA's office confirms that she had nitrous oxide, cocaine, and fentanyl in her system at the time of the crash. [MelanieWoodrow/X]
  • There was a wrong-way crash involving at least three cars on southbound 280 in San Francisco, near Geneva Avenue, Monday afternoon, which shut down four out of five lanes for about 90 minutes. All lanes were back open as of 4 p.m., but the situation caused a traffic snarl in SF itself. [ABC 7]
  • The Santa Rosa Police Department is searching for a man, 21-year-old Nathan Little Bear Hoaglin Jr., suspected of committing a shooting last week. Hoaglin is believed to have shot a 26-year-old Santa Rosa resident in the shoulder during an altercation. [KRON4]
  • Supervisor Matt Dorsey is challenging mayoral hopeful and Supervisor Ahsha Safai to "debate me" on Prop B, which Safai supports, and which ties future staffing levels at the SFPD to unspecified future tax measures. [AhshaSafai/X]
  • BART police say that they nabbed a fare evader Sunday at Coliseum Station, and that suspect allegedly had a stolen Glock handgun in his possession, as well as $1,200 cash and over 15 ounces of black-market marijuana. [Facebook]
  • President Biden told reporters today that, according to his national security advisor, there will be a ceasefire in Gaza by next Monday. [CBS News]
  • The Chronicle just profiled Chip Conley, the former owner of Joie de Vivre Hospitality who transformed a number of SF properties into boutique hotels two and three decades ago, who still owns the Phoenix Hotel — though it's on the market — and he now runs a wellness "academy" for people navigating mid-life. [Chronicle]
  • Here are some photos from Sunday's seventh annual Black Joy Parade in Oakland. [Hoodline]
  • And here is some time-lapse footage of the "firefall" at Yosemite's Horsetail Fall last week. [ABC 7]

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