∙ The Oakland school district the teachers' union have struck a tentative deal to end the week-long teachers strike. Under the deal, teachers would receive an 11 percent raise and a 3 percent bonus, and there would be a five-month moratorium on all school closure plans. [Oakland North / BoingBoing]

∙ The family of a young woman who was killed by an Uber driver in a vehicular accident in North Beach last fall is now suing the company for wrongful death. 23-year-old UC Berkeley student Jessica Christie was riding her motorcycle on Broadway when Uber driver Roberto Carlos Blandon Martinez apparently made an illegal U-turn and struck Christie. [Chronicle]

∙ A dairy farmer in Ferndale appears to be the first and only casualty of this week's storm system and floods. His body was discovered Thursday morning after being swept into four to five feet of floodwater Wednesday night outside his home. [East Bay Times]

∙ Five separate businesses in the Castro have had their windows smashed by vandals in the last week. They include Verve Coffee Roasters and Castro Republic. [Hoodline]

∙ A carved statue of a Hawaiian war god that Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff paid $7.5 million for at an auction and donated to a museum may have been a fake. Curators at the museum are doing DNA testing to determine the object's actual age. [CBS SF]

∙ The famous White Elephant Sale is happening this weekend in Oakland. The large-scale rummage sale is put on by the Oakland Museum's Women's Board. [WhiteElephant]

∙ The National Day of Unplugging is supposed to begin at sundown today. Will you be ditching your devices? [CBS SF]

Photo: Oakland Education Association