• A wrong-way collision on eastbound I-80 in Pinole killed two people late Monday and shut down the freeway. All the eastbound lanes reopened early Tuesday morning. [Bay City News]
  • A 29-year-old car burglary suspect in San Jose evaded police and barricaded himself in a home which then caught on fire. It's unclear if the suspect himself set the fire, but he ended up severely injured in the blaze. [ABC 7]
  • Longtime Chez Panisse business manager and East Bay restaurateur Richard Warren Mazzera has died at the age of 62 after a battle with cancer. Mazzera is remembered by friends Ken Frank and Alice Waters as relentlessly positive and good-natured. [Berkeleyside]
  • Police are investigating a double homicide in Solano County just outside the Vallejo city limits. A woman was also injured in what's being described as a fight and shooting outside a home. [ABC 7 / CBS SF]
  • New SFMTA chief Jeff Tumlin was sworn in by Mayor London Breed on Monday. He says he's focused on reducing the number of cars on downtown streets. [ABC 7]
  • A few dozen protesters blocked entrances to PG&E headquarters on Monday and unfurled a banner that said "Unplug PG&E not us." [Examiner]
  • A San Francisco man was arrested Monday in connection with an early Monday morning stabbing at the San Leandro BART Station. [Chronicle]
  • Authorities are warning anyone who passed through Terminals 4 and 5 at LAX on the morning of December 11 were possibly exposed to measles. [KRON4]
  • The Mega Millions jackpot has gone up to $372 million. [ABC 7]

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