∙ Mayor London Breed said Monday she would consider lowering the number of beds at the proposed Embarcadero Navigation Center to test how it works. Breed was reacting to neighborhood pushback, and said she'd consider fewer than the proposed 225 beds, initially. [ABC 7]

∙ Two teenagers died by accidental electrocution in an agricultural irrigation ditch in Dixon. The teens were apparently trying to rescue a dog when they came into contact with some electrical source. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ A developer of a 55-story highrise in the Transbay District is trying to back out of a commitment to get a grocery store to go into the building's ground floor. The base of the building at 450 Folsom Street has a 12,500-square-foot, split-level configuration that no grocery tenant wants. [Examiner]

∙ The Giants scored a 4-2 win in their first game of the season against the Dodgers. Slugger Brandon Belt and closing pitcher Will Smith earned the Giants' quirky game MVP prizes, a pair of fake orange leather wrestling belts. [Examiner]

∙ The cost and difficulty of getting an H1-B visa for a foreign worker have gone up, and Bay Area companies are seeking less of them. The one week window to petition for them is now, and the number of petitions is expected to fall below the 190,000 submitted nationally last year. [SF Business Times]

Sen. Kamala Harris's 2020 campaign raised $12 million over the first quarter of this year. [CBS/CNN]

San Francisco is expected to take in more property tax revenue than anticipated, and Mayor Breed and Supervisor Norman Yee are looking to increase an affordable housing bond to $500 million. [Examiner]

A vigil in Los Angeles for slain rapper Nipsey Hussle ended in a panic and stampede of people Monday night that left 19 people injured. [New York Times]

A construction crew in Palo Alto hit some utility wires and knocked out Comcast service for some 30,000 customers on Monday. [Bay City News]