∙ The Rolling Stones have postponed their North American tour dates because Mick Jagger is in poor health. Those dates include a May 18 Levi's Stadium show, which would have been the Stones' first Bay Area show since 2013. [Chronicle]

∙ 39-year-old Maria Vides has been charged with murder in the shooting death of her husband, Pittsburg school principal Paul Shatswell. The shooting occurred during a domestic dispute on March 16, and Shatswell succumbed to his wounds last Sunday, upgrading Vides' charge to murder. [CBS SF]

∙ Two 17-year-old male suspects from Oakland have been arrested on suspicion of armed robbery in the Inner Sunset. The pair are suspected in a string of robberies that occurred the morning of March 8. [Bay City News]

∙ A 44-year-old Piedmont woman had her purse stolen in Oakland's Chinatown, and was then the victim of a home invasion. Piedmont and Oakland police believe the incidents were connected. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ The Giants lost to the Padres again in their second straight game to open the 2019 season. They have scored a grand total of one run. [Examiner]

∙ After tickets for their Sept. 6 Chase Center show with the San Francisco Symphony sold out immediately, Metallica has added a second date for fans only. The band is putting up tickets for a Sept. 8 show with the symphony that will be available only to members of Metallica's Fifth Member Club. [Chronicle]

Sales tax rates are going up in 51 California cities on Monday, including Alameda and all of Sonoma County. [CBS SF]

An expensive violin stolen last month from a Muni bus in the Richmond has been reunited with its owner. [Bay City News]

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