• Early Monday, the Oakland teachers' union announced that they had a tentative deal with the school district and were ending their strike after seven days. The agreement includes a 15.5% salary bump for most teachers, with a greater raise for those at the bottom of the pay scale. [KPIX / KTVU]
  • CHP officers are investigating a fatal hit-and-run on Highway 101 in San Jose in which a tow-truck driver was killed Saturday night. They're searching for the driver of a Toyota Rav4. [KRON4]
  • SF Mayor London Breed was on that hour-long CNN special on Sunday about SF going to hell, and she admitted her own car was broken into last year in the Lower Haight. [Chronicle]
  • There were two non-fatal shootings overnight in Oakland, including one that occurred during a carjacking on the 9000 block of Macarthur Blvd. [East Bay Times]
  • One man died in a fatal shooting in downtown Vallejo on Saturday night. [KPIX]
  • Supervisor Rafael Mandelman plans to oppose the Land Use Committee's recommendation about updating landmark-preservation language for the Castro Theatre, and he will propose removing the "fixed-seating" language in an amendment before the full Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. [Hoodline]
  • Many more small, regional banks have seen outflows of deposits in recent months, though not at the scale of First Republic od Silicon Valley Bank. [Chronicle]
  • Canadian singer The Weeknd has reverted to his birth name, Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, on social media, as a larger plan to "kill The Weeknd," he says. [CNN]

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