∙ San Jose police have arrested a homeless man in connection with the stabbing death of 59-year-old Bambi Larson. 24-year-old Carlos Eduardo Arevalo Carranza has been booked on suspicion of murder. The mother of two adult children was found dead in her home on February 28. [Mercury News / NBC Bay Area]

∙ A confrontation in a Santa Rosa mall Monday morning between a man and his estranged wife ended in an apparent murder-suicide. 52-year-old Tomas Zamora-Martinez of Santa Rosa reportedly shot his wife, 43-year-old Paula Zamora, before turning the gun on himself. [CBS SF]

∙ Senator Dianne Feinstein issued a statement calling on the FAA to ground all Boeing 737 Max planes in the US following Sunday's crash in Ethiopia. She said the planes should be grounded "until the cause of the crash is known and it’s clear that similar risks aren’t present in the domestic fleet." [CBS SF]

Three of the American victims who were killed in the crash had ties to Northern California. [CBS SF]

A cold front moving in means it will be cool and breezy today and tonight. [ABC 7]

A two-alarm house fire, the second of the day, broke out Monday afternoon in the Crocker-Amazon neighborhood. [Bay City News]

Two small earthquakes rattled the Bay Area Monday night, one near San Ramon and one near Morgan Hill. [NBC Bay Area]

The Warriors plan to repurpose their downtown Oakland practice facility into a community center — and keep a Warriors basketball camp there — after the team's move to San Francisco. [CBS SF]

Tesla CEO Elon Musk denies having violated an agreement with the SEC when he mistakenly tweeted an incorrect production goal last month. [ABC News]

Last week, the SF Planning Commission rejected a slimmed-down version of an earlier proposal that would ban free lunches at big downtown tech firms. [Chronicle]