∙ Nearly 14,000 people have signed a petition to get Hillsborough to drop their lawsuit against Florence Fang and her dinosaur sculptures. It's the latest development in the case of the Flintstones House and its lawn ornaments. [SFGate]

∙ The body found Monday at Fort Funston has been confirmed as that of 22-year-old Kyra Scarlet, who went missing on Feb. 22. The family says the identification is "bittersweet" news. [Bay City News]

∙ The mother of Mario Woods, who was killed by San Francisco Police officers in a nationally publicized case in 2015, has settled with the city in a wrongful death suit. The settlement, for an undisclosed amount, comes just as the federal case was set to go to trial. [Examiner]

∙ Bruce Penn, the man accused in last Wednesday's Fisherman's Wharf stabbing, appeared in court today. He pleaded not guilty in the death of 44-year-old Brook Pettyjohn. [Bay City News]

∙ Some 3,400 marijuana plants were confiscated in the bust of an illegal multi-house grow operation last month in the Sunset. The SFPD has called it a "fire hazard" and an "ongoing money laundering operation." [Chronicle]

∙ Spotify has just expanded how its curated playlists will work, incorporating customization. Now if you listen "RapCaviar" for instance, it will include songs that an algorithm has customized to your tastes. [TechCrunch]

Amid impending possible changes to the high-speed rail project, California just sold a large chunk of bonds — $600 million worth — to Wells Fargo and Jeffries LLC. [Associated Press]

The demand for office space in San Francisco has hit a peak not seen since the dot-com boom. [SF Business Times]

A second Bay Area Shake Shack opens Wednesday, this one at the Marin County Mart in Larkspur. [Eater]