• A neighborhood in San Pablo was locked down by police early Monday after some shots were fired. The nature of the situation in the Montalvin Manor area is still not clear, but one neighbor heard gunshots around 1 a.m., and there were reportedly more hours later. [KTVU]
  • The family of an Antioch man killed in a hit-and-run crash in San Francisco earlier this month has put out a plea to the public for information on the suspect or suspects involved. 31-year-old David Bridges Jr. was killed at the intersection of Sixth and Bryant streets on February 8, and no vehicle information is known for the suspect. [KTVU]
  • The Target store in Vallejo is closed indefinitely after someone set fire to the paper towel aisle on Saturday afternoon, causing an estimated $1 million in damage. [Chronicle]
  • Two people died and another was injured in a shooting Saturday in San Leandro that was reportedly related to a "family disturbance." [NBC Bay Area]
  • Thanks to the unofficial Oakland Fans Fest at the Coliseum and the Chinese New Year Parade in SF, BART set another post-pandemic record for Saturday ridership. [KRON4]
  • Another week, another story about a cruise ship becoming a giant vector for disease, this time it's cholera on a Norwegian Cruise Lines ship at the Port of Mauritius. [CBS News]
  • An investigation is underway at a Beverly Hills high school after students reportedly used AI to generate nude images of their classmates. [CBS News]

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