By Sri Ravipati
Happy humpday, San Francisco. We are currently experiencing this rainy season's first atmospheric river today. Flooding may occur, so be prepared!
That being said, it is the perfect time to curl up in a blanket with a hot beverage and read about what's happening in your area. Here are the top headlines in San Francisco for Oct. 20.
A man who was struck by another man who fell from the Chase Center's upper deck at Sunday's Phish show reportedly suffered a broken leg.
Evan Reeves told CBS SF Bay Area on Tuesday the accident easily could have been fatal. Another attendee fell to his death from the upper level into the seats of Section 116, prompting public concern over the stadium's safety.
A historic building at 400 Castro St. in the Castro District is now on the market for an undisclosed price.
The 5,622-square-foot building was built in 1922 as a branch of the Bank of Italy, which then turned into a Bank of America. In 2015, SoulCycle and LaserAway took over the site.
San Francisco officials shut down its only In-N-Out Burger, located at Fisherman's Wharf, on Oct. 14 after the fast-food establishment refused to check customers' COVID-19 vaccination status, per a local mandate.
"Our store properly and clearly posted signage to communicate local vaccination requirements," In-N-Out Burger’s Chief Legal and Business Officer, Arnie Wensinger, told Fox News. "We refuse to become the vaccination police for any government."
The drive-thru has since reopened, but indoor dining remains closed.
Thanks for reading today's roundup! Does any of these stories hit home for you? Let me know in the comments.