Good Morning Mission!

Photo by Ramón Burgos y Ruíz
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It is 7 a.m., 53° and headed to 70°. Details for the next 10 days are here.

If you’re walking and scratching your wrist, it might be time to return your Fitbit Force wristband. The FDA now has a mandatory recall of the step-counters, writes the San Francisco Business Times. 

The federal agency said San Francisco-based Fitbit had received about 9,900 reports of the Force, which operates as a pedometer, sleep monitor and watch, causing skin irritation and about 250 reports of blistering.

Wine Enthusiast Magazine visited the Mission and issued its report. No surprises but a good summary of Mission hotspots. 

Here’s an update on the second appearance of the suspect in last Saturday’s shooting of the police officer on Florida Street.

And I missed this earlier in the week: Ed Lee wants city officials to “draw up lists of landholdings that could be turned into housing,” reports the SF Business Times.

Enjoy the day!

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One Comment

  1. John

    Ruana got bail, huh? I am surprised given all his attempts to flee the scene, and his history.

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