By Sri Ravipati
Welcome back to another daily roundup of San Francisco stories for April 5.
With the special election to recall San Francisco's District Attorney Chesa Boudin just over two months away, the district attorney is making more public appearances, KCBS Radio reports.
Boudin has been going out in person to discuss the issues with the city’s voters.
"I'm out there, all day, every day, doing as many events as my schedule can possibly allow, often multiple events every evening," Boudin told KBCS Radio.
A two-alarm fire in San Francisco's Ashbury Heights neighborhood displaced 40 to 50 people on Monday, KRON4 reports.
The blaze took place around 10:00 p.m. at 400 Upper Terrace Drive on the apartment building’s third floor. Two people were rescued and no injuries were reported, authorities said in a tweet. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
The National Weather Service forecasted a mid- to late-week heatwave for Northern California, the SFist reports.
San Francisco is likely to reach the mid-80s on Thursday while parts of Napa, Sonoma and the East Bay are expecting to reach the low 90s.
More San Francisco news:
- S.F. Mayor London Breed endorses Matt Haney for Assembly [S.F. Chronicle]
- MADD has a new anti-drug billboard in Union Square. Critics say it may harm tourism [KPIX5]
Thanks for reading today's S.F. news roundup! Did any of these stories hit home for you? Let me know in the comments.