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Thursday Morning What’s Up: Major BART Computer Failure Causes Delays


  • The televised, public hearings by the House January 6th Committee begin tonight, and South Bay Rep. Zoe Lofgren will be among the committee members doing the questioning. The hearing portion today will air from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. PT on local broadcast stations and live on YouTube. [Bay Area News Group]
  • BART experienced a major computer failure Thursday morning that shut down the entire system for 30 minutes, and there are still residual delays. [ABC 7 / CBS SF]
  • A 20-year-old Richmond woman, Liliana Gonzalez-Lopez, is accused of aiding a student at El Cerrito High School in assaulting two other high school students in a bathroom at the school in April. [Bay City News]
  • There is still no timeframe for allowing residents of 33 Tehama back into their flood-damaged building, but building owner Hines says the 400+ residents are all being given $300 per diems plus other expenses and access to co-working space. [Chronicle]
  • A Tenderloin drug dealer has just been sentenced to 46 months in federal prison after DEA agent traced a drug trail from three overdose deaths in Trinity County back to Emil Arriola Melendez of South San Francisco, and busted him for selling thousands of dollars worth of fentanyl to an undercover agent. [KRON4]
  • The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Border Patrol agent who allegedly assaulted a Canadian inn owner who sued the federal government seeking monetary damages from the assault. [New York Times]
  • The Warriors took a second loss to the Celtics Wednesday night in Boston, and Steph Curry suffered a very concerning foot injury. [Chronicle]

Thursday Morning What's Up: Major BART Computer Failure Causes Delays

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