Here's the rest of what's happened this fine Tuesday:

Starting tonight, Caltrans is going to be replacing the expansion joint on the Richmond Bridge that was causing those chunks of concrete to fall onto the roadway a couple weeks back. That means from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m., starting tonight, there will only be one lane open in each direction on the bridge. [Bay City News/Chronicle]

– The battle between California and President Trump has escalated further over the high-speed rail project, with the Department of the Interior attempting to cancel $929 million in federal grants. Gov. Newsom said in a statement it's "no coincidence" this happened a day after California and 15 other states sued the administration over his emergency declaration. [LA Times/Sac Bee]

– One restaurant in the mountain town of Pollock Pines on Highway 50 has a tale of the "Armageddon" that was Friday night, as thousands of angry drivers came through town after sitting hours in Tahoe-bound traffic. The restaurant, 50 Grand, had to shut its restroom access off to anyone who wasn't a customer due to septic limits, and that only made people madder. [Chronicle]

One woman is dead following a Tuesday morning collision on I-880 between a car and a big rig. The crash closed several northbound lanes in San Leandro today. [CBS SF]

– The body of a Monterey County skier who went missing Monday at Heavenly ski resort in South Lake Tahoe has been found. The 62-year-old was found about 100 feet off of a groomed trail where he had apparently crashed and suffocated in deep powder. [Associated Press]

The SFPD revealed details today about a shooting in the Western Addition on Saturday. The shooting on the 1100 block of Scott Street injured two men, aged 27 and 30. [Examiner]

– Police are searching for a hit-and-run driver who struck and injured a seven-year-old girl in Santa Rosa on Saturday, and there's video. [SFGate]

– A car burglar in SoMa stole a guy's prosthetic arm. [Examiner]

– A former theater instructor at the American Conservatory Theater's (ACT) acting school has filed a civil rights complaint alleging that the organization discriminated against black actors. [KQED]

– Employees are reportedly demanding higher and higher salaries amid the hot job market in the Bay Area. [SF Business Times]