∙ The fatality in an early Sunday vehicle collision on Cesar Chavez was a 31-year-old woman. A 32-year-old male who was driving one of the vehicles involved was also injured. [SF Weekly]

∙ CVS is closing two more of its San Francisco stores, one in the Tenderloin and one on mid-Market. The Sixth and Market and Sutter and Van Ness locations are closed or closing, though the CVS store at Seventh and Market remains open. [Hoodline]

∙ A Southwest flight out of Oakland had to turn around Monday morning after there was smoke in the cockpit. The flight was bound for Las Vegas, and made an emergency landing at 9:49 a.m. about an hour after departure. [CBS SF]

∙ Supervisor Gordon Mar wasted no time in a congratulatory note to Lyft about its IPO saying that he's concerned about the gentrification impacts of the company's newly minted millionaires. He also mentioned that rideshare drivers have been protesting recently for higher wages. [Curbed]

∙ A large office and restaurant complex along Bayshore Highway in Burlingame is moving forward. The complex is just two miles from SFO. [SF Business Times]

A Berkeley engineer has been charged with attempting to poison a colleague by putting the toxic metal cadmium in her food for the last two years. [Berkeleyside]

Google employees are calling for the removal of an anti-LGBT conservative who's been named to the company's AI ethics board. [SF Business Times]

Following San Francisco's lead, Los Angeles is looking to throw out all its old marijuana convictions. [CBS SF]

Pre-Salesforce Tower photo by Joshua Sortino