∙ Two eastbound lanes of the Richmond Bridge had to be closed for several hours Friday afternoon after more concrete came crumbling on the bridge's deck. This is now the fourth (?) time this has happened in the last month since a huge chunk of concrete fell on February 8 and created a huge traffic snarl into the East Bay. [Chronicle]

∙ A 72-year-old man tried to fight off an armed carjacker in his driveway in San Jose who turned out to be a 14-year-old boy. The suspect has been arrested, and the victim had surveillance video of the incident in which he took a punch to the face. [CBS SF]

∙ A big-rig crash and subsequent fire closed two of the northbound lanes of Highway 101 in Marin on Friday morning. The lanes reopened Friday afternoon after the 8:30 a.m. crash. [ABC 7]

∙ The Apple Store in Berkeley was robbed four times in the course of six days. Berkeley police say they're seeking three suspects who hit the store twice on March 28, and then again on Monday and Tuesday of this week. [Bay City News]

∙ An Uber driver with a passenger in his car got T-boned in Vallejo, and the suspects in the vehicle that hit him fled the scene. They reportedly jumped out of the car and hobbled away. [CBS SF]

∙ High-Speed Rail Authority CEO Brian Kelly says he's still planning to get high-speed trains to San Jose. Kelly says his marching orders are to get trains on the ground, and "then expand." [SF Business Journal]

Berkeley estimates that it sees 2,000 homeless people pass through the city each year. [Berkeleyside]

As its closing looms, beloved Upper Market bar Lucky 13 is celebrating its 25th birthday. [Hoodline]