∙ I know it's not a Bay Area-specific story but OMG Alex Trebek is everyone's all-knowing TV dad, and he just announced he has stage-4 pancreatic cancer in the most Alex Trebek way possible. The longtime Jeopardy! host put on a suit and delivered the news calmly and forthrightly in a video shot in the Jeopardy! studio, saying that the prognosis of course is "not encouraging" but he's vowing to "keep working" and to fight it.

In other more local headlines:

∙ A federal judge has revised a proposed order requiring PG&E to comply with a series of strict wildfire prevention measures. Calling the utility's overall safety record "dismal," U.S. District Judge William Alsup said he would hold a hearing on April 2 to decide whether to go ahead with the order proposed Tuesday. [CBS SF]

∙ There was a scare at a San Bruno Elementary School today after a staff member received a suspicious letter containing a threat and an unknown substance. The substance was later determined to be non-toxic. [CBS SF]

∙ A power outage at Chevron's Richmond plant this morning led to flaring and a community alert, and another outage at Richmond High School meant classes were canceled. PG&E says the outages were unrelated. [ABC 7]

∙ The suspect in that viral-video-producing assault on a conservative activist at UC Berkeley just pleaded not guilty today. Zachary Greenberg, 28, is charged with assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury, battery with serious bodily injury and criminal threats for his alleged attack on Hayden Williams. [CBS SF]

After several recent pedestrian deaths, Mayor London Breed is calling on city departments to speed up street improvements and traffic enforcement. [Chronicle]

The Chronicle's Peter Hartlaub re-examines the local legend of the time Julia Child dined at Tu Lan. [Chronicle]

Wilkommen, a "Burning Man-inspired" brewpub from Black Hammer Brewing, is opening in the next couple of months in the Castro. [Eater SF]