∙ Bernie Sanders had a rally at Fort Mason Sunday that drew 16,000 people. He gave a 70-minute speech talking about how many of his policy proposals from 2016 have been adopted  by other candidates. [Chronicle]

∙ A pedestrian was struck and killed late Sunday in the northbound lanes of Highway 101 in Mountain View. The pedestrian reportedly ran into traffic and was struck by a white Subaru. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ A much anticipated Apple event kicks off at 10 a.m. in Cupertino today. CEO Tim Cook is expected to announce the company's new Netflix-rivaling video streaming service. [ABC 7]

∙ The SF Public Library is set to write off $1.5 million in outstanding overdue book fines. After forgiving all existing fines, the library is likely to shift to a fine-free system so as not to unfairly penalize the poor. [Examiner]

∙ Forest Hill Preschool is shutting down after several years of uncertainty about its future. Forest Hill Christian Church, which owns the school's building, is uncertain whether it will sell the property in the next year. [Examiner]

∙ The Warriors had a bad night Saturday against the Mavericks, but they came back to form on Sunday. Steph Curry helped the team to a 121-114 victory over the Detroit Pistons. [Associated Press]

Unhealthy emissions from the Valero refinery in Benicia prompted the city to issue a health advisory over the weekend, and now the refinery is being temporarily shut down. [CBS SF]

Tiburon residents are fighting over a ban on dogs on a newly reopened field used for children's sports. [ABC 7]

A man was shot and wounded in downtown Walnut Creek Sunday night. [ABC 7]