Day around the bay: The body of a woman missing since 2004 has been found in West Auckland

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  • The body of a 48-year-old Auckland woman who went missing on Thanksgiving in 2004 was recently found in a shallow grave in West Auckland. The remains were clearly identified as the remains of Cynthia “Linda” Alonso, who was killed 18 years ago by her boyfriend Eric Moore, and after two trials Moore finally confessed to the murder in 2017 and is currently in jail. The body was found while construction crews were digging in the parking lot on Seventh and Sea Streets. [CBS SF / East Bay Times]
  • Most Muni riders in SF are still disguised, although they are not required to. Masks are still needed on BART after a little unraveling of the issue a couple of weeks ago, and as COVID grows again, officials continue to say masks are a good idea. [Examiner]
  • The SFMTA announced the return of three more bus lines: 6-Haight / Parnassus, 2-Sutter (formerly 2-Clement) and 21-Hayes on July 9th. The three lines, which have been suspended since 2020 and were postponed with a return in March, will be slightly rebuilt. [SFBay]
  • You may have noticed that Michael Schellenberger, the author San Francisco: how progressives are destroying citiesis in the election from the Democratic Party in a primary vote against Gavin Newsom for governor. Schellenberger, who recently criticized San Francisco for allowing a safe site to consume to exist in Tenderloin, is a Democrat who really hates drugs and homelessness, and ABC 7 gave him some airtime before the primaries. [ABC 7]
  • The project to renovate the Buchanan Street Mall, a five-block public space that cuts through affordable housing projects in western San Francisco, is now fully funded by a $ 3.9 million federal grant. [Chronicle]
  • Two shootings in 48 hours took place in Richmond this week. [East Bay Times]
  • Everett and Jones ’own BBQ barbecue in Auckland is expanding with a new location at the Graton Resort & Casino in Ronnert Park. [KTVU]
  • Tonight the Warriors will meet against the Dallas Mavericks for the first time in the postseason, and that’s all you need to know.

Photo by Linda Alonso through the California Department of Justice

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