• A three-alarm fire Monday morning caused significant damage at Oakland's historic First African Methodist Episcopal Church at 37th and Telegraph Ave. The fire was contained after a five-hour firefight but Oakland oldest Black church will likely be closed for some time. [KTVU / KPIX]
  • Oaklanders are remembering former President Jimmy Carter's work in the city with Habitat for Humanity, after it was announced Saturday that he is entering hospice care. [KPIX]
  • A two-alarm fire Sunday morning burned a one-story commercial building near 139th and Washington avenues in San Leandro, sending up a plume of smoke that was visible all over the Bay. [KRON4]
  • Two street vendors have been assaulted in the last week in San Jose, and the second victim is speaking out about the attack. [KTVU]
  • Snow could fall in parts of the East Bay and in North Bay valleys and ridges on Thursday or Friday as the second of two cold fronts hits the region. [Chronicle]
  • In April, the Supreme Court will be hearing arguments in a case involving free speech and stalking via Facebook messages — potentially deciding where the line is for threats that may not be intentional. [New York Times]
  • President Joe Biden made a surprise visit to Kyiv, days before the anniversary of the star of the war in Ukraine. [New York Times]

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