∙ Local news stations have been abuzz with this Nest camera footage of a home-invasion burglar in a baby's nursery in Vallejo. The thief made off with some electronics, and no one was hurt. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ Van Ness is a shitshowy mess of traffic and construction, and now growing retail vacancies, despite the shiny new hospital finally opening. The Chronicle delves into why some planned developments haven't moved forward and all the retail is closing, but oh yeah, it's a shitshowy mess of traffic and construction with a bus lane project that's now 18 months behind. [Chronicle]

∙ A veteran Oakland fire captain is suing the department over a rescinded promotion. Capt. Howard Holt says he was discriminated against because his son is a convicted arsonist. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ One of the Bay Area accused in the college admissions scandal appeared in court in Boston Monday, earlier than expected. Davina Isackson of Hillsborough was ordered to surrender her passport and was released on $1M bond. [ABC 7]

∙ Every night for most of the rest of the year, you can expect to see repair work happening on one of the decks of the Richmond Bridge. Expansion joints are being replaced on the length of the upper, westbound deck for the next three months, between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m., with the lower deck work to follow. [CBS SF]

There's been a spike in vehicle crashes on Highway 17 in the South Bay. [CBS SF]

Steph Curry sank a 61-foot three-pointer last night, the longest shot of anyone in the league all season, but the Warriors still lost to the Spurs 111-105. [ABC 7]

Elizabeth Warren is now campaigning to end the Electoral College. [NYT]