Oakland's 3,000 public school teachers are entering their third strike day after negotiators again failed to reach an agreement Sunday. The teachers' union continues to hold out for a 12 percent raise retroactive to 2017 which the school district says it can not afford. [ABC 7]

A Livermore man was arrested Saturday night on suspicion of murdering his brother.  A shooting occurred following a dispute between the brothers, according to the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office. [CBS SF]

Skiers at Tahoe's North Star resort had to be evacuated Sunday after a chairlift broke down. Around 200 skiers were trapped on the lift for three hours in chilly conditions. [Chronicle]

∙ The 39-year-old local non-profit The Academy of Friends threw its Oscar bash once more on Sunday, which is said to be the biggest Oscar party north of Hollywood. [ABC 7]

∙ Unsurprisingly, they're having trouble leasing out retail space at the Salesforce Transit Center five months after a couple of cracked steel beams shut the entire building down one month after it opened. [Examiner]

∙ And in further woes for the Transit Center, the 2-story, 3-block long "train box" that was built beneath the station to accommodate eventual Caltrain and high-speed rail service may not be big enough. [Chronicle]

∙ A gas leak in West Oakland briefly shut down BART service through the Transbay Tube on Sunday. (Sidebar: What's with all the gas leaks lately?) [ABC 7]

∙ CalFire recently released the recordings of 911 calls from the morning that the Camp Fire broke out in Concow and Paradise, California. [ABC 7]

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