• A pedestrian was struck and killed, apparently by a Golden Gate Transit bus, at the dangerous intersection of Golden Gate Avenue Hyde Street. The accident happened at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday. [CBS SF]
  • A string of three shooting incidents rattled the city of Richmond Sunday night. The three incidents, which left four people injured, happened within 90 minutes of each other in different parts of town. [KTVU / CBS SF]
  • A proposed new hydroelectric plant in the Owens Valley, southeast of Yosemite, is stirring debate. While not entirely green itself, the project would be used to help store and regulate power from green energy sources. [Chronicle]
  • Police did not respond to the scene of a violent robbery at an Excelsior bakery in January for nearly four hours. An internal review found that errors by an interpreter and the dispatcher are to blame. [Examiner]
  • The Supreme Court decided Monday to allow a big antitrust class action against Apple to move forward. The case alleges that Apple used monopoly power to raise the price of iPhone apps. [New York Times]
  • Gov. Gavin Newsom has proposed a tax on urban water districts statewide that would provide funds to improve water infrastructure and make drinking water safer in places where it isn't. Critics say Californians are already taxed enough, and that we shouldn't be taxed on something essential for life. [New York Times]
  • Medianews Group, which owns the East Bay Times and Mercury News, is making an attempt to stack the board of directors of Gannett, which owns USA Today, and which it made a bid to acquire in January. [SF Business Times]
  • Dozens gathered Sunday at Lake Merritt in Oakland to mark the one-year anniversary of the "BBQ Becky" incident. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Yet another study finds that there is no link between a rise in the number of undocumented immigrants and a rise in local crime rates. [New York Times]

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