• There were major BART delays this morning on the Millbrae line in the Antioch, Richmond, SFO, and San Francisco directions due to an equipment problem at Millbrae Station. Caltrain and SamTrans were providing service to riders south of the city, and there's not yet an update on the situation. [SFBARTAlert/Twitter]
  • The situation Sunday night that completely shut down I-880 in Oakland for several hours now has a bit more explanation. The individual at the center of it allegedly flashed a gun at police officers and then laid his body down on the freeway, refusing to comply with officer commands until after a full hour of negotiations. [KTVU]
  • One person died this morning when their SUV went off an embankment along I-580 in Livermore. [East Bay Times]
  • UCSF infectious disease specialist Dr. Monica Gandhi is urging everyone to get their flu shots, as cases are rising and there's more severe flu in local hospitals than severe COVID already. [ABC 7]
  • The fight continues in Redwood City over a temporary local ban, extended by the city council, on gun shops. [NBC Bay Area]
  • PETA is offering a $5,000 reward for information about who might have poisoned two dogs in their Watsonville backyard. [NBC Bay Area]
  • There's a big game today for the US men's soccer team, against Iran, in the World Cup — and you can watch it on a big screen downtown. [KTVU]
  • Will Smith went on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah last night and finally, fully addressed the Oscars slap. [KPIX]

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