∙ ABC 7's Wayne Freedman toured around Guerneville as the floodwaters were receding Thursday and talked to residents. Says one, "We're alive and functioning." [ABC 7]

∙ In Sonoma County, the Graton Fire Department’s Elite Swift Water Rescue Unit responded to a record number of rescue calls in the last two days. They had 14, when in a normal year they only get around 2. [CBS SF]

∙ Tesla says it will be shutting down "many" of its brick-and-mortar stores and focusing on online sales. In lieu of traditional test drives, the company will allow for "extended test drives" after consumers purchase cars, with a money-back guarantee. [ABC 7]

∙ Supervisor Catherine Stefani is calling for a hearing to discuss the impacts of the shutdown of Chariot, the private shuttle bus company. Stefani says the city "needs to learn why riders opted for Chariot" instead of taking Muni from the Marina (her district). [Examiner]

Much of The Barlow complex in Sebastopol sustained heavy flood damage. [Chronicle]

Facebook is looking at investing at least $1 billion to restore the Dumbarton Rail Bridge, in order to encourage the launch of a new train line from the East Bay to the Peninsula. [CBS SF]

Record-breaking snowfall totals in Tahoe mean that the ski resorts are extending their seasons. [ABC 7]

Square co-founder Tristan O’Tierney just died at the age of 35 of causes related to addiction. [Chronicle]

Blue Bottle is going cashless next month as part of an experiment at 12 of its locations. [Chronicle]