∙ A 47-year-old Vallejo woman and her three-year-old child were mauled by three pitbulls Friday. Both were hospitalized and their condition is not known. [CBS SF]

∙ Bus service is expected to be impacted citywide as Muni diverts buses to serve as N-Judah shuttles. The N-Judah Metro line will be shut down starting April 13 for streetscape improvement construction in the Sunset. [Examiner]

∙ 30-year-old Leor Bergland, the suspect in that MAGA hat sword attack, appeared in court Friday. He did not enter a plea and he reportedly gave some self-incriminating statements. [Examiner]

∙ Crews removing the wreckage of the car that went off a cliff on Ridgecrest Boulevard near Mount Tam this week found that it had landed directly on top of wreckage from 15 years ago. The cars clearly went off the road in exactly the same spot. [CBS SF]

∙ An Alameda-based Coast Guard ship seized a total of 7.1 tons of cocaine between February and March in international waters off California. The haul was unloaded Friday in San Diego. [SFGate]

∙ The last big tower planned for the Transbay District, an 806-foot office-hotel-condo tower at 546 Howard that would fund 330 affordable units, could get held up by a 30-year-old law that caps office construction. Prop M from 1986, which was a move against the "Manhattanization" of downtown SF, could delay the project. [Chronicle]

The Warriors outlasted the Cavaliers Friday for a 120-114 win. [Bay City News]