∙ BART Police on Monday night apprehended two suspects in separate assault and robbery incidents on the train system. The suspect in an assault — in which a woman was hit on the head while riding a train — was apprehended at Colma Station, and the robbery suspect in an Orinda incident was apprehended at MacArthur Station. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ After writing a column about his $54,500 bill for an appendectomy at SF General, a local illustrator saw his bill slashed down to $1,500. The Chronicle says the hospital needs to stop this piecemeal approach and slash everyone's exorbitant bills. [Chronicle]

∙ A 4-year-old boy suffered life-threatening injuries after a fall from a fourth-floor apartment balcony in Sunnyvale. He is reportedly "clinging to life." [NBC Bay Area]

∙ A 28-year-old man went missing while swimming with friends in rough waters near Pacifica around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday. The friends described waters that felt like they were pulling them under, and the Coast Guard has been called in. [CBS SF]

∙ A shooting Monday afternoon at a state correctional facility in SoMa left one man with life-threatening injuries. The unidentified man was shot in the back at the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation building at 13th and Mission streets. [Examiner]

A multi-vehicle crash on I-80 in Richmond around 5:40 a.m. this morning caused some "severe" traffic delays. [Chronicle]

Unsurprisingly, Marin County just ranked as the healthiest county in California in a new survey. [SFGate]

Sen. Kamala Harris revealed more details about her proposal to raise teacher salaries nationwide. [ABC 7]

The Giants lost to the A's in Game Two of their pre-season exhibition series at Oracle Park Monday night. [Bay City News]

Yale University has rescinded the admission of one student caught up in the college admissions fraud scandal. [ABC 7]

Here's the NYT on why Apple's streaming play matters.

The City of Berkeley has revived a 20-year-old discussion to rebuild its crumbling pier and build a ferry terminal for service to SF. [Chronicle]