∙ 84 people were arrested in connection with a protest Monday night in East Sacramento. What began as a small protest about the police shooting of Stephon Clark and the DA's decision not to charge any officers grew into something big and rowdy — partly because some guy showed up in a MAGA hat. [Sac Bee]

∙ An airline employee was struck and killed by a vehicle in a garage at Mineta San Jose Airport Monday. 62-year-old Mary Lo-Wong of San Jose was struck by a 2018 Ford F-150 truck driven by a 29-year-old man. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ Google/Alphabet did a recent internal study and found that it was underpaying many men. The company gave raises to these men who were doing similar jobs to women who were being paid more. [New York Times]

Following the agreement to end the teachers strike, Oakland's school board on Monday voted to cut $21.75 million from other parts of its budget. [East Bay Times]

In honor of Women's History Month, Wikipedia is hosting a bunch of Edit-a-thons dedicated to putting more feminist (and art) content on the site. [KQED]

Glen Park residents are fighting a new Ford GoBike station. [Streetsblog]

Local hospitals are seeking more O-negative blood donations. [CBS SF]

It's "active turkey season" in Sacramento, and these wild turkeys are not friendly. [Sac Bee]