∙ One of two suspects arrested in Saturday's Fillmore District shooting was among the six people shot and treated for injuries at an area hospital. Two men, 25-year-old Sean Harrison of Concord and 26-year-old Jamare Coats of San Francisco, have been arrested, and Coats reportedly drove the injured Harrison to the hospital. [KRON 4]

∙ The suspect in a non-fatal Monday afternoon shooting in SoMa was apprehended early Tuesday in Southern California. The suspect fled in a vehicle and his car was detected by an automatic license plate reader in Riverside County following an APB, and he exchanged fire with CHP officers before his arrest. [Examiner]

∙ Fraudulent owner move-in evictions remain rampant in Oakland despite strict laws and fine enacted by the city. NBC Bay Area has found that "three out of four landlords" have been violating that law and have not been fined. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ President Trump is coming to California next week for a fundraiser. The Los Angeles event on April 5 is looking to raise $150,000 to get him re-elected — and like that's not going to incite a protest. [Associated Press]

∙ Some Uber and Lyft drivers were on strike Tuesday ahead of the companies' planned IPOs. Drivers have recently staged protests over wages. [KQED]

∙ An Oakland motorcycle cop was injured by a motorist after trying to stop that motorist. The driver allegedly hit the cop with their car during a routine traffic stop on Tuesday morning. [Bay City News]

USF has a smoothie-making robot. [ABC 7]

An audit by the Board of Supervisors has found that the city's take-home vehicle program for city officials is "out of control." [NBC Bay Area]

San Francisco is getting ready to start using the seawall bond money approved by voters in November. [Examiner]

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