• A tent fire at Church and 15th streets in San Francisco spread to a nearby building Monday morning. The one-alarm fire broke out around 6:30 a.m. and spread to a three-story building that includes addresses 1999 15th Street and 301-303 Church Street, and residents were evacuated as a precaution. [CBS SF]
  • A one-alarm fire broke out and was quickly contained at an apartment building at 370 Turk Street in the Tenderloin on Sunday. [KRON4]
  • A person walking on the 101 freeway in Mill Valley was struck and killed by a vehicle Sunday night. [CBS SF]
  • Four people were stabbed early Sunday at the intersection of Hyde and Eddy streets in SF, with one suffering life-threatening injuries. [KTVU]
  • Oakland police took to social media Sunday to intensify their search for Laron Gilbert, who is a suspect wanted in connection with the November murder of security guard Kevin Nishita. [CBS SF]
  • Two gay dads say their children were verbally assaulted by a raging man on an Amtrak train from Los Angeles to the Bay Area — and the man screamed that the kids were stolen and that their dads were pedophiles. [ABC 7]
  • Over 8,000 nurses working for Sutter Health are planning a one-day strike today over safety protocols and staffing levels. [Bay City News]
  • Like many churches around San Francisco, Grace Cathedral held its first in-person Easter mass in three years on Sunday. [KRON4]
  • Following outcries from fans, Taco Bell is bringing the Mexican pizza back to its menu. [KRON4]

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