Harris and Newsom campaign against East Bay recall

  • The “Vote No on the Recall” rally attended by Vice President Kamala Harris is taking place today in San Leandro, and Newsom will be there. The originally planned rally, before Harris stepped back two weeks ago, was at Cow Palace. [KRON4 / KTVU]
  • Opening statements in the Elizabeth Holmes fraud trial begin today in federal court in San Jose, and we’ll likely have a better idea of ​​where this trial will go. We know defense attorneys plan to lay blame for the fraud on Holmes’ co-defendant and ex-boyfriend Sunny Balwani, who will be tried separately, but this is a rare case where the abuse is cited as a factor in a fraud scheme. [CBS SF]
  • SF’s supervisory board is moving forward with new law that will criminalize the sale or possession of a “phantom weapon”. The sups voted unanimously on Tuesday to approve legislation, which will make possession or sale of any of these untraceable guns punishable by a $ 1,000 fine and / or jail time. [Examiner]
  • Marin County officials have investigated 71 cases of COVID among schoolchildren, and they say they think only four of them were likely school transmissions – the rest happened at home or as part of extracurricular activities. [Bay Area News Group]
  • Residents of Santa Clara County are about 10% below the emergency water conservation target of 15% set by the Water District earlier this summer. [Mercury News]
  • A terminally ill 20-year-old married his high school girlfriend in San Francisco on Tuesday. [NBC Bay Area]
  • The Oakland Police Union continues to wage war with City Council over the shortage of officers in the OPD at a time of escalating killings. [KRON4]
  • A 7.1 million earthquake struck Acapulco on Tuesday night, and the tremor was felt more than 200 miles from Mexico City. [New York Times]

Top image: Newsom speaks during a ‘Vote No’ campaign during the campaign stop at Mission Language and Vocational School on September 7, 2021 in San Francisco. (Photo by Justin Sullivan / Getty Images)

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