∙ Six Bay Area defendants made court appearances in Boston today in the college admissions fraud case. They included North Bay vineyard owner Agustin Huneeus, Marci Palatella of Hillsborough, and Mill Valley executive William McGlashan. [ABC 7]

∙ Vallejo Police have released some dramatic body cam footage from the February 9 officer-involved shooting in which 20-year-old rapper Williebo McCoy was killed. The incident happened in the drive-thru of a Taco Bell, and investigators say McCoy had a handgun in his lap. [CBS SF]

∙ Home sales in San Francisco continue to be very slow. The number of homes sold in the city has been down year-over-year for nine straight months. [Curbed]

∙ Mission Local asks around the neighborhood if the bike lane improvements on Valencia are helping. A pedestrian says that about 50 to 60 percent of the time the bikers aren't paying attention and are endangering people on foot, and a driver says it's made parking worse, but the bicyclists like them. [Mission Local]

Attorney General William Barr announced Friday that the Mueller Report will be made public, in a redacted version, by mid-April. [New York Times]

Bay Area Ford GoBike employees are trying to unionize. [Examiner]

Police are looking for a possibly pervy dude who stole a bunch of expensive bras out of a bedroom during a San Mateo open house. [NBC Bay Area]

Linea is opening a "big new roastery" and cafe in Potrero Hill. [Eater]