∙ A woman was fatally shot Thursday night in the parking lot of the West Oakland BART station. The shooting happened at 10:30 p.m., the station was briefly closed afterwards, and more details are not yet known. [CBS SF]

∙ Shares of Lyft started trading this morning at $72 per share. That price exceeded the company's own expectation of around $68 per share. [Associated Press]

∙ Oracle, SAP, Instacart, and PayPal are all planning layoffs between now and May. In total, the companies are planning to shed around 1,100 jobs according to state filings. [Mercury News]

∙ Six Bay Area parents are among those appearing in federal court in Boston today in the college admissions fraud scandal. The two most high-profile defendants, Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, will make their next appearances Wednesday. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ People who visited the Sauced BBQ restaurant in Livermore Saturday are being warned they may have been exposed to measles. It's the latest in a rash of measles scares around the country. [CBS SF]

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg drew a crowd of over 300 in downtown SF last night. [Chronicle]

Steel contractors at the troubled Transbay/Salesforce Transit Center are saying they're being wrongfully blamed for those cracked beams. [Chronicle]

An SFO-bound United flight out of Baltimore early Friday had to divert to Dulles after passengers complained of a strong smell of jet fuel in the cabin. [CBS SF]

The SF Public Utilities Commission is retiring its 12-year-old recycling program for used cooking oil saying that the private market is now filling the need. [Examiner]

Loving Cup has shut down its Hayes Valley location. [Hoodline]