∙ A pothole opened up on the Richmond Bridge Monday morning, exposing rebar in a westbound lane on the upper deck. The problem is getting fixed tonight, but it's just yet another example of the bridge crumbling after chunks of concrete were falling last month. [Chronicle]

∙ A dead man was found in a bathroom at the MacArthur BART station this morning. His cause of death is under investigation. [Bay City News]

∙ The Ninth Circuit ruled Monday that the parents of shooting victim Kate Steinle can not sue the City of San Francisco over the decision not to inform ICE of the release of the man who shot their daughter. The court ruled that the city did not violate any laws when it released Jose Garcia Zarate in 2015 without informing ICE. [Chronicle]

∙ Some Lyft and Uber drivers were protesting outside a Lyft shareholders meeting Monday. The drivers were protesting for higher wages. [Examiner]

∙ An 18-year-old woman was arrested in Morgan Hill after a botched attempt at a burglary. The suspect locked herself in a bathroom after being caught and then attempted to exit through the front door with a bag of stuff after police arrived. [CBS SF]

∙ People are confused about why the opening lineup at the Chase Center is so lame, and white, and male — and Mayor London Breed already put out a public call for Beyonce to show up. Yeah, and John Mayer just got added to the roster today. [ABC 7]

A 29-year-old Emeryville woman diagnosed with schizophrenia has been missing for a week, and police are seeking help in finding her. [CBS SF]

Yahoo's historic billboard beside I-80 in downtown SF is being dismantled. [SF Weekly]

There's already been a chef shuffle at the two-month-old, high-end Japanese steakhouse Niku in the Design District. [Eater]

A test of earthquake alerts sent out to cell phones is being conducted in and around downtown Oakland at 11 a.m. Wednesday. [CBS SF]

Richmond Bridge photo by Craig Gibson/Flickr