Oakland police chief calls for citywide youth curfew to combat crime, Mexican Museum caught in development crossfire, how Facebook’s tanking share price could poke a hole in the state budget, more.
- Oakland police chief Howard Jordan announced he’ll push for a citywide curfew ordinance, citing a lack of “parental controls” and a pervasive problem with teens and young children hanging out late at night on the streets. Chronicle
- Residents of pricey condominiums atop the Four Seasons Hotel at 765 Market Street are complaining bitterly about plans for a nearby 47-story tower, part of which is to house the long-anticipated new home of the Mexican Museum. Chronicle
- An Oakland ecstasy dealer was sentenced to seven years in prison. Contra Costa Times
- Facebook’s tanking share price could poke a hole in California’s budget if the price doesn’t recover by the end of the year, the state’s legislative analyst says. Chronicle
- The California Nurses Association endorsed Gov. Jerry Brown’s November tax-hike ballot measure and donated $1 million to the cause. Mercury News
- Lawrence Livermore National Lab faces the challenge of replacing two key leaders after the death of one high-ranking official and the unannounced departure of another. Contra Costa Times