∙ A man died in a house fire in Bay Point this morning. A woman escaped the burning home, but said her husband had become trapped. [CBS SF]

∙ A female pedestrian pushing a stroller and accompanied by two children was struck and injured by a left-turning vehicle at the intersection of Haight and Ashbury Wednesday. The collision occurred around 11:15 a.m., the children were not hurt, and the woman suffered non-life-threatening injuries. [Hoodline]

∙ The old Joe's Cable Car is finally getting demolished soon. The iconic diner, which shuttered in 2014, is getting razed to build a four-story building. [SocketSite]

∙ Pro-Trump van-dweller Cesar Sayoc of Florida pleaded guilty this morning to 65 charges related to the mail bombs he sent to prominent Democrats and journalists last October. Among the 16 pipe bombs he mailed, two were addressed to billionaire Tom Steyer and intercepted at a mail facility in Burlingame, and one was addressed to Sen. Kamala Harris in Sacramento. [CBS SF]

∙ Google has just leased even more space in San Francisco. The company inked a deal for 140,000 square feet at 215 Fremont Street, which can house about 1,000 workers. [SF Business Times]

∙ Burning Man is getting pushback from the federal government as it seeks to renew its permit for this year's event. The feds want more oversight and more dumpsters, and Burning Man organizers object. [NBC Bay Area]

A federal judge in San Francisco will be reviewing the Trump administration's policy of sending asylum seekers back to Mexico. [CBS SF]

There's an open casting call for Survivor on Saturday in Santa Clara. [CBS SF]