∙ In case you haven't looked or been outside, it is beautiful, and it's going to be beautiful and warm through Monday. Yay for spring and a reprieve from wind and rain, things are going to stay in the upper 70s through the weekend, with more rain coming next week. [ABC 7]

∙ 41-year-old Charles Ballard, who was fatally shot by Alameda County deputies on Wednesday in the parking lot of Thrift Town in San Leandro, had 11 previous felony convictions. Officers responded to a report of a minor theft, and ended up being threatened by Ballard who was allegedly using his SUV as a weapon. [CBS SF]

∙ Infamous, reportedly abusive SF landlord Anne Kihagi has lost her bid at a California Supreme Court appeal. Kihagi was previously fined $2.4 million by the City of San Francisco, and a lower court injunction will now remain preventing Kihagi from contacting her tenants, and forcing her to hire an outside building management firm. [Curbed]

∙ Lyft is about to start it's "IPO roadshow" for investors, and this could put it on a collision course, of sorts, with rival Uber. Uber is getting set to IPO as well, weeks after Lyft does, and both companies are currently still losing money. [SF Business Times]

A Napa vape shop got shut down Thursday for selling cannabis products to minors. [CBS SF]

Now UC Berkeley has been linked to the college admissions fraud scandal. [ABC 7]

Upscale Indonesian spot Indo in the Castro is no more after Saturday, and the owners are switching gears to the fast-casual Rooster & Rice, a Thai-style chicken joint. [Eater]

Hayes Valley store Gather is closing its doors. [Hoodline]