∙ The Oroville Dam spillway got its first test as it was put to use Tuesday morning. The newly completed spillway let water out of Lake Oroville for the first time since 2017. [Chronicle]

∙ Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman appeared in federal court in Boston today along with Bay Area defendants in the college fraud case. Menlo Park businessman Peter Jan Sartorio did not appear as was expected, and he is reportedly working on a plea deal. [ABC 7 / Chronicle]

∙ Walnut Creek police have arrested a 37-year-old Newark man in connection with attempted and planned assaults on women. Matt Owen Caruso was charged in an assault on a woman on March 26 in which he tried to subdue her with a stun gun, and child pornography was allegedly found at his home. [CBS SF]

∙ A 37-year-old homeless man sleeping on the street near the Castro Safeway was stabbed last week. The incident happened on March 26 near Church and Duboce, and the victim was hospitalized with injuries to his abdomen. [Hoodline]

∙ Iconic SoMa restaurant Lulu is finally going to come alive again, but with a pop-up. Taking the space, temporarily, is something called Palette, from former Quince sous chef Peter Hemsley. [Tablehopper]

PayPal co-founder Max Levchin’s fintech firm, Affirm, just landed $300 million in funding and plans to go on a hiring spree. [SF Business Times]

San Jose Zoo has just welcomed an adorable brand new baby wallaby. [NBC Bay Area]