∙ Yet again there was no Powerball winner last night, putting Saturday's jackpot at $625M. It's the fourth largest jackpot in Powerball history. [Patch]

∙ The City of San Francisco just settled a lawsuit with a bicyclist who was struck and injured by an SFPD cruiser in SoMa. Bicyclist Timothy Doyle was hit by the police car while riding in a bike lane on Second Street in May 2016. [Examiner]

∙ A former UC Berkeley student alleges that a Cal football coach and multiple players sexually harassed her. Paige Cornelius, who worked for the Bears' sports medicine unit, says one coach threatened to fire her if she didn't have sex with him. [ABC 7]

Workers at UCSF and other UC medical facilities are staging a one-day strike for wage increases. [Bay City News]

More toll hikes may be in store on the Golden Gate Bridge. [CBS SF]

Three suspicious fires broke out Thursday morning in downtown San Mateo. [NBC Bay Area]

Since 2007, San Francisco has paid out over $90M in lawsuits filed by city employees. [Examiner]

The SF Public Utilities Commission has just finished building a "fish ladder" to help steelhead trout swim over a dam on Alameda Creek to get upstream to spawn. [CBS SF]

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