∙ The first case of measles in San Francisco since 2013 has been confirmed. UGGGH anti-vaxxers! [Examiner]

∙ A homeless man who allegedly stole a cellphone injured four South San Francisco police officers while resisting arrest on Sunday. The suspect also sprayed insect killer in the face of a man whose car he was apparently robbing. [Bay City News]

∙ SF Planning revealed a new tentative plan for Civic Center improvements which includes a refurbishing of the fountain at UN Plaza. The plan also includes the closure of Grove Street in front of Bill Graham Civic Auditorium to create a pedestrian plaza. [Hoodline]

Two people were found dead in a home in Pacifica on Sunday in what police are saying was a murder-suicide. [Bay City News]

FBI director Christopher Wray spoke at a conference in SF today about criminal and national security cyberthreats. [NBC Bay Area]

The Board of Supervisors doubled down today in its strategy to get retail landlords to fill vacancies or else face fines. [Hoodline]

Oakland has seen a historic drop in shootings and homicides in recent years which police say is because of Operation Ceasefire. [Bold Italic]

W. Kamau Bell is hosting an awesome show of all black stand-up comedians at UC Berkeley tomorrow, but you can't go unless you're a student. [Berkeleyside]

Local chef, cookbook author and Netflix star Samin Nosrat just announced her next book, titled What to Cook. [Chronicle]