• Five Oakland police officers who were fired for the March 2018 shooting death of homeless man Joshua Pawlik are suing the city. The officers' attorneys say their termination violates the city charter. [KRON 4]
  • An 85-acre wildfire is burning in the area of Hopland in Mendocino County, 45 miles north of Santa Rosa. The fire has prompted evacuations, and people report smelling it in Cloverdale. [ABC 7]
  • California congresswoman Maxine Waters wants to commit billions of federal dollars to the problem of homelessness. She's convening a summit on homelessness in L.A. on Wednesday. [KQED]
  • The jury in the Ghost Ship trial got through their sixth day of deliberations without a verdict. Defense attorney Tony Serra says the longer they take, the better the possibility of a hung jury. [Mercury News]
  • A VTA bus collided with an SUV in San Jose but no one was injured. [ABC 7]
  • A CHP officer was killed in a shootout in Riverside Monday evening. [New York Times]
  • A fallen tree knocked out power for a couple dozen homes in the Oakland hills neighborhood of Montclair. [ABC 7]
  • Flights out of Hong Kong were canceled for the second day amid protests at the airport. [Associated Press]

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