∙ Robert Mueller has handed over his report to Attorney General William Barr. Barr is expected to brief Congress on the findings as soon as this weekend. [New York Times]

∙ House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer issued a joint statement saying that Barr should make the whole report public. They also said, "Attorney General Barr must not give President Trump, his lawyers or his staff any 'sneak preview' of Special Counsel Mueller's findings or evidence." [NBC Bay Area]

∙ A stabbing on board a BART train Friday shut down Fruitvale Station in Oakland as police were investigating. Trains weren't stopping at the station and there were major delays reported. [CBS SF]

∙ Mayor London Breed is creating an investigative panel and three SF Supervisors are calling for SF's Juvenile Hall to be shut down in the wake of the Chronicle's report on juvenile crime yesterday. [Chronicle]

∙ Friends, family and other members of the community gathered Thursday night on Bernal Hill to mark the fifth anniversary of the death of Alex Nieto. Nieto, who was carrying a Taser gun from his job as a security officer, was gunned down by SFPD officers in the park on March 21, 2014. [Mission Local]

∙ After pulling national guard troops away from the border to help with fire prevention projects, Gov. Gavin Newsom has now declared a statewide emergency. The emergency declaration will hasten some of those projects. [Chronicle]

At least one Santa Clara County Supervisor wants to rethink the county's sanctuary policy following the murder of Bambi Larson. [CBS SF]

The 49ers are fighting with Santa Clara over something at Levi's Stadium again, and this time it's about a $600,000 floor polishing bill. [Chronicle]

You can help a couple of West Sonoma breweries impacted by this winter's floods by driving up there and having a beer. [Sonoma Index-Tribune]

A car hit a fire hydrant at Sansome and Clay Friday morning and water was shooting toward the sky. [Citizen]