∙ PG&E officials were grilled by wildfire victims and creditors at a meeting in San Francisco Monday. It was revealed that the utility had considered filing for bankruptcy for months, possibly long before the Camp Fire began, and victims of the 2017 North Bay wildfires wonder if and when they will ever be compensated. [East Bay Times]

∙ A federal judge in Oakland struck down San Francisco's practice of allowing for money bail in cases where suspects have been arrested but not yet charged. The practice has been called a "get out of jail free card" for the rich. [Examiner]

Police in Livermore are investigating a suspicious death of a man found near a creek trail. [East Bay Times]

A man who died in a head-on collision in McLaren Park Friday evening has been identified as 44-year-old SF State graduate student Gerard Graybosch. [Bay City News]

A red-tailed hawk swooped down to kill and eat a pigeon in the Tenderloin this morning, stopping traffic in the process. [Examiner]

∙ Hundreds gathered at City Hall this morning to say goodbye to Public Defender Jeff Adachi. Below, part of Mayor London Breed's eulogy. [Chronicle]