The 1970s San Francisco serial killer known as The Doodler is the subject of a TV series going into production called We Are Your Children. The Doodler — who killed at least 14 men and was never identified — targeted SF's gay community and left behind drawings of his victims at the scenes of crimes. [Deadline]

The picket lines have assembled and Oakland's 3,000 public school teachers are on strike this morning. It's the third time Oakland teachers have gone on strike in 23 years. [East Bay Times]

An armed carjacking in Hayward Wednesday evening led to collisions with five cars on I-880. The suspect tried to flee from police during rush hour traffic. [SF Gate]

Three months ago, three quarters of California was experiencing moderate to extreme drought conditions. That's all over now thanks to those storms. [CBS SF]

– A new report says nearly 400 homeless people have died on San Francisco streets since 2016. [Examiner]

– Racing to beat Uber to an IPO, Lyft will begin its investor "roadshow" on March 18, and will reportedly start trading in early April. [NYT]

– A new hotel project is expected to break ground in Oakland's Uptown neighborhood in the next two months. [SF Business Times]

– The Golden State Warriors sit atop the Western Conference standings heading into the home stretch toward the playoffs, but they're not the only contenders. [CBS SF]

– There is a lot of fare evasion happening at San Leandro Station, BART knows it, and ABC 7 filmed it for an hour. [ABC 7]