∙ A man died after a car plunged off a hillside in Cazadero, in unincorporated Sonoma County Friday night. His girlfriend survived with a broken leg, crawled back up to the road and waited 13 hours to be rescued. [CBS SF]

∙ A chain-reaction crash on I-880 in Oakland early Sunday left two people with serious injuries. The first collision happened just after 5 a.m., and ten minutes later another car carrying four people collided with the first two vehicles. The crashes caused a backup in the northbound lanes until after 8 a.m. [CBS SF]

∙ The local nurses' union just voted to support a ballot measure to remove Mark Zuckerberg's name from SF General. The names of the Facebook CEO and his wife have been attached to the hospital since they made a $75 million donation in 2015. [Examiner]

∙ An "altercation" Saturday at the Daly City BART station left one rider injured, and shut down the station for 45 minutes. One man was arrested, and there were unconfirmed reports that the victim was stabbed. [CBS SF]

∙ Sea stars, which were disappearing rapidly along the coast near San Francisco in recent years, appear to be rebounding in certain locations. New research found that the wasting disease that was impacting sea stars did not decimate them in locations further north. [Examiner]

According to Reddit, these are the 30 ways the Bay Area has improved in recent years.