∙ Lyft's IPO "roadshow" kicks off today, and the company has released details about its finances. Lyft made $2.2 billion in revenue last year, up from $1.1 billion in 2017, but has $911 million in losses. It's pricing shares at $62 to $68, and seeking a pre-market valuation range of $20.9 billion to $22.9 billion. [Associated Press]

∙ In the second East Bay freeway shooting in two days, a 24-year-old woman was shot in the leg on eastbound I-580 in Livermore Sunday evening. This came 24 hours after Destinee Shaharisha-Jenae Hillery was shot and killed in her vehicle in Antioch. [CBS SF]

∙ Following revelations of his involvement in the college admissions fraud scandal, Bill McGlashan has been let go from San Francisco-based  TPG. McGlashan was the founder of the $130 billion investment firm's Rise Fund, and he allegedly paid $50,000 to get his son into USC. [SF Business Times]

∙ The City of Milpitas is launching an "odor monitoring" program in order to trace the source of the terrible stink that often wafts over the town. Residents have long suspected a landfill is to blame. [CBS SF]

∙ Beto O'Rourke raised $6.1 million in donations during the first 24 hours after announcing his 2020 campaign, outpacing Bernie's first 24 hours by $200K. As the New York Times notes, that's nearly a quarter of what then Senator Barack Obama raised in the first three months of his first campaign. [New York Times]

Firefighters in Atherton freed an adorable, tiny black kitten who got stuck in a drainpipe on Friday. [CBS SF]

ABC 7 Sports made its first broadcast from the new Chase Center/Warriors Arena, even though it's still a construction zone. [ABC 7]

The painted lady butterfly migration appears to be a bit off course and staying, perhaps temporarily, in Southern California. [New York Times]

A surfer had to be rescued by helicopter off of some rocks near the Cliff House Sunday evening amid some rough surf. [CBS SF]

Southwest Airlines kicked off its service from Oakland Airport to Hawaii on Sunday with hula dancers, etc. [NBC Bay Area]

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