∙ SF Sheriff Vicki Hennessy has decided not to run for reelection. The city's first female sheriff has only served since 2016, but she's a 44-year department veteran and wants to retire. Chief Deputy Sheriff Paul Miyamoto is expected to run in her place in November. [Examiner]

∙ Bissap Baobab owner Marco Senghor just pleaded guilty to using a sham marriage to obtain citizenship. It's unclear if any jail time will be given, but it appears Senghor may be allowed to remain in the country. [Mission Local]

∙ Well loved Divisadero comics and graphic novel shop Comix Experience is turning 30 this weekend. The not-so-long-ago-endangered store is celebrating with a party on Saturday, and a 30%-off sale all weekend. [Hoodline]

∙ Lyft's big IPO day is tomorrow (Friday). And the Business Times looks back at the 10 best first-day stock performances of Bay Area tech companies. [SF Business Times]

∙ FEMA accidentally exposed sensitive personal information of Sonoma fire victims to a contractor. The agency is being accused of sending banking information and social security numbers of up to 1,000 fire victims who sought shelter assistance to a contractor by mistake. [Press-Democrat]

A 44-year-old San Francisco man is facing up to 10 years for assaulting his teenage niece. [Examiner]

The Giants spent their Opening Day in San Diego losing 2-0 to the Padres. [NBC Bay Area]

Police are seeking help finding a violin that was stolen from a Muni bus last month. [CBS SF]

Hotbird, the Nashville hot chicken "sensation," returns for the Presidio Picnic this weekend. [Eater]