Trump, Joe Biden in dead heat in Georgia, NewsNation/Emerson poll shows, Man arrested in SF Trump supporter assault, 49ers: Raheem Mostert ‘likely’ to be placed on IR, Dodgers headed to World Series following 4-3 win over Braves, Jimmy Garoppolo throws 3 TD passes, 49ers beat Rams 24-16, 49ers to honor the late Fred Dean with helmet decal, Rob Black’s Winners & Losers: Target rolls out 4th employee bonus, Rob Black’s Winners & Losers: iPhone 12 5G, KRON4 Morning Buzz: Bay Area loses baseball legend, Rob Black’s Winners & Losers: Facebook political ads, KRON4 Salutes Integrated Healthcare Innovation, First Responders of the California Wildfires, Fire risk for North Bay, Red Flag Warning, 50,000 PG&E customers may lose power Wednesday, Coronavirus in the Bay Area: Confirmed cases exceed 109,000, Free COVID-19 testing at Union City BART station, Two weeks away: These are the key dates heading to Election Day, Justice Dept. San Francisco police said officers responded to a report of a shooting on the 200 block of Schwerin Street and found “multiple victims suffering from gunshot wounds.” ‘Good progress’ on Vacaville fire; evacuated residents allowed to return home. PG&E: ‘Essentially all’ customers regain power, but new red-flag warning looms. SF Weekly is your go-to publication for comprehensive coverage of San Francisco news, music, food, and arts scenes. Two separate shootings last night left two dead and three injured, according to police; the two shootings happened only thirty minutes apart from one another. San Francisco added 5,400 payroll jobs in September while the the East Bay added 4,300, according to an analysis. But its new gig law could decimate theater. Cory McGilloway, 30, became a suspect Friday in Maki’s disappearance, just one day after San Rafael police detained him in connection with the theft of a Marin Sanitary Service truck. New national homeless plan cracks down on ‘housing first,’ puts more emphasis on rehab programs. Saturday, the Archbishop of San Francisco performed an exorcism in San Rafael to cleanse the protest area where the St. Junipero Serra statue was reduced to nothing but its feet on Monday. Yesterday's clash between attendees of the "Free Speech Rally" and counter-protesters left several injured, calls to make the Upper Great Highway forever free of cars are growing, and in more mountain lion-related news: one of the big cats was recently spotted in a San Mateo backyard. Theaters will face a drastic increase in expenses when they reopen, as AB5 requires even small companies to turn actors, stagehands, technicians, costume makers and musicians into employees. The median price paid for a Bay Area home in September slipped less than 1% from August but was up 20.5% year-over-year. Study says remdesivir not effective against COVID-19; Bay Area scientists disagree.