∙ A third dead gray whale has washed up along San Pablo Bay. The carcass has scientists wondering if the trend is a reflection of overall ocean health, or just an uptick in ship strikes. [Bay City News]

∙ A seven-story condo project on 14th Street in the Mission is facing community pushback. The $20 million project on what's now a parking lot is set to go before the Planning Commission today, and some say it doesn't contain enough affordable units. [Examiner]

∙ A new report from the American Road and Transportation Builders Association found that multiple Bay Area bridges and overpasses are "structurally deficient." The report is nonetheless an improvement over a similar report 9 years ago. [CBS SF]

∙ The stabbing death of a college student in South Carolina who mistakenly got into a stranger's car thinking it was her Uber has the NYT looking at this disturbing trend. "There have been at least two dozen such attacks in the past few years... including instances where suspects have been charged with attacking multiple women." [New York Times]

∙ A mother with an infant tells the harrowing tale of being stranded on the I-880 freeway in Oakland when her Lyft broke down. The driver ordered the passengers out of the car, and they had to walk along the freeway to an off-ramp to call another car. [ABC 7]

∙ The New York Times reports via members of Robert Mueller's team that the Mueller report is more damaging to Trump than the Attorney General let on. The new report suggests that Barr underplayed the negative because he wanted to avoid the criticism James Comey received over his handling of the Hillary Clinton investigation. [New York Times]

∙ The popular Jack Rose Libation House in Los Gatos has closed and is being replaced by upscale housing. The cocktail spot had won awards for its mixology in its four years of existence. [NBC Bay Area]

Under new transparency laws, the SFPD is set to release previously secret documents pertaining to police shootings and misconduct, possibly next Monday. [Examiner]

The Bums beat the Giants yet again last night in a 5-3 game. [Bay City News]