∙ An elderly man died in an early morning house fire in Oakland today. The blaze was in a Victorian home on the 1000 block of 16th Street. [SFGate / NBC Bay Area]

∙ A person was struck and killed by a BART train in the East Bay early Monday, causing widespread delays on the system. The incident occurred just before 7:30 a.m. at the El Cerrito Del Norte Station, and it shut down both Richmond and El Cerrito stations. [SFGate / Examiner]

∙ A bit of warm weather kicked off sideshow season in Oakland on Sunday. At least two sideshows, with traffic blocked and cars doing donuts, occurred in East Oakland and on I-580, with no arrests made and no one injured. Videos made it to Twitter and Snapchat. [CBS SF]

∙ Two men and a dog died in a high-speed collision in Novato Friday night. The two men were driving in a pickup truck with a dog in the flatbed in back, and all three died when the truck hit a tree along Novato Boulevard. [Bay City News]

∙ A new report from San Francisco's Dept. of Public Health suggests shutting down outdoor events like farmers' markets during poor air-quality days. It cites how the UN Plaza market remained open during the Camp Fire pall last November. [CBS SF]

∙ The car-crash death that occurred near Cesar Chavez in Potrero Hill a week ago Sunday was the result of street racing. A woman was killed when the car she was a passenger in hit a concrete divider on Bayshore Boulevard. [Examiner]

∙ The Warriors locked up the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference Sunday night with a 131-104 blowout against the Clippers. The game was also dubbed the "Finale" because it marked the Dubs' final regular-season game at Oracle Arena, but obviously there will be a few more. [ESPN / NBC Bay Area]

The Giants lost to the Rays again on Sunday, 3-0. [Associated Press]