• A large group rallied in protest Sunday outside the Walgreens near Fourth and Market streets over the shooting death of Banko Brown. Friends and supporters are demanding that the police and DA's office release surveillance video from the incident in which 24-year-old trans man Banko Brown was fatally shot by a security guard amid an alleged shoplifting gone wrong. [KPIX]
  • San Francisco's average high temperature for the first six days of May was 60.2 degrees, which is the coldest start to May here since 1975. And we have a few more chilly days to deal with before it warms up again. [Chronicle]
  • Three city councilmembers in San Jose and the United Lowrider Council of San Jose have expressed their objection to the city's police department's handling of Cinco de Mayo celebrations, saying they feel that the Mexican American community was "profiled" in the first year since a ban on cruising in the city was lifted. [ABC 7]
  • A man was fatally shot Sunday morning at the Capri Motel, at 722 West MacArthur Boulevard in North Oakland, and he has not yet been publicly identified. [East Bay Times]
  • Emeryville police are seeking a male suspect in connection with a sexual battery incident involving a 17-year-old boy in a restroom on Bay Street Friday. [KPIX]
  • With no new agreement having been reached over the weekend, Oakland teachers are on strike for a third day Monday. [East Bay Times]
  • There were delays on multiple BART lines Sunday due to some unscheduled track maintenance in Pleasant Hill and near Daly City. [KPIX]
  • Mark Zuckerberg was in a jiu-jitsu tournament at Woodside High School in Woodside on Saturday, because of course he was, and he apparently took home a couple of medals. [KRON4]

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