∙ A multi-vehicle crash at Hyde and Bay Streets Tuesday afternoon shut down Powell/Hyde cable car service and sent one person to the hospital. The crash happened around 3:30 p.m. and involved "three total victims." (Photo above courtesy of SFist reader Rick Haelig.) [Chronicle]

∙ Emeryville Police were investigating a suspicious package outside the Home Depot store there Tuesday afternoon. The package was reported around 2:30 p.m. and the Alameda County bomb squad declared the package was safe at 4 p.m. [CBS SF]

∙ Meanwhile, a recycling company employee was thrown in the air by an explosion while emptying a bin in Oakland Tuesday morning. The cause of the explosion is still unknown, but the worker suffered only minor injuries. [CBS SF]

∙ Amid further media hubbub and a statement from the mayor Monday about the March 1 incident involving Giants CEO Larry Baer and his wife, the SF DA's office says it is not pressing any charges. A source tells NBC Bay Area that there's no history of domestic incidents between the couple. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ A 56-year-old Oakland hairstylist named Yin says she was scammed out of her life savings ($273,000) by a catfish she met on Match.com. It's a sad story, and the bank says they're nothing they can do since she transferred that money willingly to a person posing as a Marine in Afghanistan whom she'd never met. [ABC 7]

∙ The alley behind the Public Defender's Office in SoMa may be getting renamed in honor of the late Jeff Adachi. Gilbert Street, which Adachi used to take often to walk to the courthouse at 850 Bryant, could get named Jeff Adachi Way. [Examiner]

∙ Supervisor Shamann Walton is proposing legislation to ban e-cigaratte sales on city property, and ban the sale of all e-cig products that have not undergone FDA review. Also, City Attorney Dennis Herrera said that SF is joining the cities of Chicago and New York in threatening to sue the FDA if they don't conduct "pre-market reviews" of e-cigarettes before they're allowed in stores. [Examiner]

Board of Supervisors President Norman Yee is asking the City Attorney to draft legislation to lower speed limits throughout the city in the wake of the bicycle crash ten days ago. [Examiner]

Berkeley businessman Rob Browning, the husband of former City Councilwoman Linda Maio, died in a drowning accident in Mexico on Friday. [Berkeleyside]

The wildflower superbloom in SoCal is visible from 35,000 feet. [SFGate]