∙ East Bay Congressman Eric Swalwell is widely expected to announce a presidential bid, and many are asking why. He's got a secure seat representing Dublin, and the Democratic field is really crowded. [Chronicle]

∙ An arrest has been made in a February shooting in North Beach. The 63-year-old victim remains hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. [Bay City News]

∙ Building owners Eva and Kai Ng continued pleading the Fifth when called to answer questions in a pre-trial hearing in the Ghost Ship fire case. The defense team is seeking to get them "use immunity" so that they may testify in the trial of Derick Almena and Max Harris. [CBS SF]

∙ The Giants are announcing a possible rain delay for tomorrow's home opener. Bring rain gear! [ABC 7]

∙ The process of pulling together the 2020 Census in San Francisco begins this month, with counting beginning this summer. It remains to be seen if the question about citizenship status will be on the census, and many fear it will lead to a gross undercount. [SF Weekly]

∙ Look for more planned runway work at SFO to cause delays in September. A month of maintenance work on Runway 28L means you're better off on early-morning flights. [KRON 4]

Bay Area based reusable/recyclable water bottle company PathWater almost didn't make it, until they did. [SF Business Times]