• A multi-vehicle crash on the Golden Gate Bridge caused traffic during Monday evening's commute. The accident reduced the number of open northbound lanes from four to one. [CBS SF]
  • Google's party-like I/O developers' conference kicks off today in Mountain View. The three-day conference typically includes many interactive sessions, and this year is likely to reveal new privacy tools. [ABC 7]
  • The Board of Supervisors is considering an ordinance today that would ban cashless businesses, like those Amazon Go stores. The Supes say such businesses discriminate against low-income residents who don't have access to credit. [CBS SF]
  • Residents on Gilbert Street in SoMa are complaining about the proposed street-name change to honor the late Jeff Adachi. Some gave public comment on Monday saying it will be a major hassle in terms of paperwork. [Chronicle]
  • Scientists with the Marine Mammal Center say the ninth dead gray whale to wash ashore in the last two months is cause for serious concern. Typically, the Bay Area will see only 5 to 10 dead gray whales wash up in an entire year. [ABC 7]
  • The median salary at both Google and Netflix is over $200K. [SF Business Times]
  • BART Police Chief Carlos Rojas officially retired as of Monday. [CBS SF]
  • The city of Denver is considering decriminalizing shrooms. [New York Times]

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