∙ The death of 30-year-old bicyclist and Berkeley resident Tess Rothstein in SoMa on Friday has prompted a public outpouring of grief. Former coworkers at Airbnb say she was kind, warm, and selfless. [Examiner]

∙ A search is on for a missing Marine lieutenant who disappeared while on a solo hiking and skiing trip in the Sierra. A search and rescue team found Lt. Matthew Kraft's vehicle on Friday in Inyo County. [ABC 7]

∙ Locals in the Sierra foothills along I-80 and Highway 50 are complaining about all the inconsiderate travelers who have been using their property for their toileting needs. Recent traffic nightmares have sent many cars onto rural roads, and a shuttered rest stop at Gold Run didn't help matters. [SFGate]

∙ Yountville marked the one-year anniversary Saturday of the shooting at a veterans' therapy center that left three employees dead. Army vet Albert Wong, who served in Afghanistan, killed Dr. Jennifer Gray Golick, 42, Christine Loeber, 48, and 32-year-old Dr. Jennifer Gonzales Shushereba, who was pregnant, before turning a gun on himself. The victims families have sued state and local authorities as well as the now closed center alleging they did not do enough to prevent the tragedy. [KQED]

∙ You may be familiar with the fact that SF's Main Library is an ersatz homeless shelter most days, and now new Hollywood movie written and directed by Emilio Estevez explores this trend. The film, The Public, comes out April 5 and stars Alec Baldwin, Taylor Schilling and Estevez. [Chronicle]

A Saturday night shooting in Antioch left one man dead. [CBS SF]

A boulder that rolled into the southbound roadway on Highway 101 in Mill Valley Saturday evening caused some major traffic problems. [NBC Bay Area]

SF's Department of Public Works will be out on a "pothole patching blitz" over the next two days following winter storms. [CBS SF]

No winner on Saturday means the Powerball jackpot is up to $448 million. [ABC 7]

SFGate has a cool history slideshow about the construction of the Transbay Tube, and how George Lucas was allowed to film his first feature, THX 1138, inside the tunnel before BART trains started running in it. [SFGate]

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