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Monday Morning Headlines: San Jose Mayor's Race Nonetheless Too Near Name

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  • A 46-year-old San Francisco man, Fasi Fotu, has been convicted within the February 21, 2020 slaying of Michael Hampton who was sitting in his automobile within the Bayview District. A jury convicted Fotu, who has been in custody since March 2020, of first-degree homicide on Friday. [KPIX]
  • The San Jose mayor’s race stays too near name as of Monday morning, with Matt Mahan holding a lead over Cindy Chavez of simply 3,631 votes. As ballots proceed to be counted, Chavez has chipped away at Mahan’s lead, nevertheless it’s unclear she will be able to overtake it with 27% of ballots nonetheless to be counted. [Mercury News]
  • Layoffs continued at Twitter over the weekend, with an untold variety of contractors dropping their jobs. One laid-off contractor who’d been on the firm for a 12 months is an information scientist who mentioned she labored to develop algorithms to flag political disinformation in nations such because the U.S., Brazil, Japan, and Argentina. [KPIX]
  • Police in San Jose issued 720 citations and impounded 19 vehicles throughout a Saturday night time sideshow — town now has legal guidelines permitting folks to be cited for being spectators at and even tweeting a couple of sideshow. [KTVU]
  • The US Postal Service is investigating how a pair dozen mail-in ballots ended up on the aspect of Freeway 17 final week in Santa Clara County. [Chronicle]
  • Round 50,000 pupil workers on UC campuses round California can be on strike at present over what they are saying usually are not dwelling wages. [KTVU]
  • Lake Tahoe and your complete American West have been each listed on Fodor’s Journey’s “No Record” for 2023, with the information recommending that vacationers keep away for environmental-impact causes. [Fodor’s/Chronicle]
  • Ivanka Trump posted a photograph to social media from half sister Tiffany Trump’s wedding ceremony, and he or she cropped out Kimberly Guilfoyle. [TravisAkers/Twitter]

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