• Oakland police sent out a Nixle alert at 5:15 a.m. Tuesday regarding arrest activity related to a mysterious "criminal investigation." No further details were given, but police and Alameda County Sheriff's deputies were in camouflage with guns drawn near 98th Avenue in East Oakland. [KTVU]
  • A car full of four auto burglary suspects, trying to evade police, collided with a city-owned parking control vehicle Monday in Cow Hollow. The collision happened at Union and Franklin streets, and the person in the city vehicle was injured. All four suspects were arrested after a foot pursuit. [ABC 7 / Examiner]
  • The city is subsidizing 151 new units in two rehabbed SROs in the Tenderloin for formerly homeless people. [Chronicle]
  • A seven-year-old boy was reportedly almost kidnapped at knifepoint in Vacaville Monday, but managed to run away. [CBS SF]
  • A Petaluma couple describes getting hit with a rogue wave while picnicking 40 feet from the surf in Kauai last week. [KRON 4]
  • After screaming "Wake the fuck up!" at a referee, Warriors Coach Steve Kerr was ejected from last night's game against the Sacramento Kings, which the Warriors lost 111-98. [Chronicle]
  • IKEA is paying out $46 million in a wrongful death suit involving a California toddler who was killed by a toppled dresser. [CNN]
  • A 6.4M earthquake struck Puerto Rico overnight causing power failures and at least one death. [New York Times]

Photo taken at sunrise on Monday by a National Weather Service camera.