• BART Director Debora Allen has reacted badly to the agency's general manager's apology over the handling of a rider cited for eating a sandwich. Allen is indignant that the police officer did nothing wrong and the apology issued Monday was "humiliating to our police force." [ABC 7]
  • A large wave is being blamed for capsizing a large fishing boat off the Fort Bragg coast over the weekend. One fisherman who was swept overboard remains missing and is presumed dead. [SFGate]
  • The San Jose chief of police today detailed an officer-involved shooting in which a 29-year-old suspect allegedly pulled a gun on an officer during a traffic stop. [KTVU]
  • A Redwood City man was sentenced to nine years in prison today for molesting at least 16 young boys while working as a babysitter. [Associated Press]
  • A garbage truck exploded into flames in Concord today on the Solano Way off-ramp from Highway 4. [CBS 5]
  • At a press conference today, victims from the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting discussed hospital bills, and lawyers discussed unspecified damages being sought from festival organizers and the security contractor. [KTVU]
  • A new bug in Facebook's iOS app appears to be accessing users' cameras without their prompting. [CNN]
  • Shake Shack is set to open its first SF location in Cow Hollow next month. [CBS SF]
  • 55-year-old NBC soap opera Days of Our Lives may be dunzo. [KRON 4]

Photo: Premkumar Masilamani