∙ Residents of SoMa neighborhoods near the Embarcadero continue protesting a proposed Homeless Navigation Center, and they're gearing up for a legal fight. Mayor London Breed wants to establish a temporary one on Seawall Lot 330. [Chronicle / NBC Bay Area]

∙ An 85-year-old anti-abortion protester was attacked by a male suspect outside the Planned Parenthood on Valencia Street last Thursday. The suspect can be heard on the video saying "Old man, stay on the ground." [NBC Bay Area]

∙ A bust on Monday in Marin County resulted in the arrest of a 25-year-old Richmond man accused of dealing Xanax via Snapchat. Jorge Mario Martinez had been being investigated by the Marin County Major Crimes Task Force, and he was found with $38,000 in cash and two stolen guns. [Marin Independent Journal]

∙ In the second ruling against Monsanto in a year, a Bay Area man has been awarded $80 million because he says Roundup caused his cancer. Attorneys for Ed Hardeman successfully argued that repeated exposure to the weed killer over 26 years caused non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. [ABC 7]

Drivers are being told to avoid the area of 4th and King Streets due to a vehicle accident. [SFist]

Police are investigating a homicide in Healdsburg. [NBC Bay Area]

The shutdown of the Valero refinery in Benicia means a spike in gas prices in San Francisco. [Chronicle]

Car break-ins at public garages in San Francisco are on the decline, the SFMTA says. [NBC Bay Area]

Facebook is being sued by HUD over alleged discriminatory practices by way of algorithm when it comes to targeted ads for housing. [New York Times]

It's Opening Day for Major League Baseball, and the NYT's California Today newsletter spoke with the facilities manager at the Oakland Coliseum. [New York Times]

The A's will be hosting their home opener against the Angeles at 1:07 p.m. [NBC Bay Area]

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