∙ There is still no sign of the body of the woman buried in last week's landslide at Fort Funston. After extensive search efforts involving an excavator and cadaver dogs, officials are increasingly certain Kyra Scarlet was washed out with the tide. [CBS SF]

∙ The three people killed in a crash on I-80 in Emeryville early Thursday were all siblings and Mission High School graduates. Eli, Sarah and Eva Villareal were reportedly "racing" from the East Bay to San Francisco to see their father in the hospital when the crash occurred. [CBS SF]

∙ One person died in a two-car collision in McLaren Park Friday evening. The incident happened around 7:05 p.m. at Mansell Street and Visitacion Avenue. [Bay City News]

∙ Amazon is reportedly going further into the grocery business with a new chain of non-Whole Foods stores. The first will be in LA, but San Francisco will be part of the first wave in the next year or so. [Wall Street Journal]

∙ Facebook, Twitter, Apple, and LinkedIn are all facing multiple investigations and potential fines under the European Union's strict new data protection law. Facebook faces 10 investigations alone by Ireland's Data Protection Commission, according to a report released Thursday. [ABC News]

∙ Billionaire Warren Buffett has made some new comments about why companies shouldn't want to locate in cities with unfunded public employee pension liabilities. Even though San Francisco is one of those places, Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway still has a presence here. [SF Business Times]

The storm overnight knocked down a tree on Highway 12 in Napa and flooded multiple roadways. [NBC Bay Area]

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