• A motorcyclist was killed this afternoon in a crash with a big rig on southbound 280 in San Jose. The crash was reported at 3:15 p.m. and three lanes of the freeway remained closed as of 4 p.m. [NBC Bay Area]
  • A bicyclist was struck and gravely injured Wednesday morning near the intersection of 7th and Berry Streets. The 52-year-old cyclist is said to have suffered life-threatening injuries. [Examiner]
  • Stanford University has cleared three faculty members of any wrongdoing in association with the Chinese scientist who engaged in gene editing of human babies. The university says their faculty had "no financial or other ties" to disgraced scientist He Jiankui. [Associated Press]
  • A house-broken pet raccoon named Basoura, last seen on February 20th, remains missing and posters have gone up around Dogpatch. The animal, who apparently is no longer suited to the wild, somehow got out of her human's car near 20th and Michigan Streets. [SF Weekly via Reddit]
  • Another Wall Street analyst has come out with a tepid assessment of Lyft's stock, which has fallen 20% from its IPO price. Susquehanna's Shyam Patil suggests that both Lyft and Uber face an uncertain path to profitability, and Uber's IPO is likely to dent Lyft's value. [Markets Insider]
  • Ballast Point Brewing, facing financial troubles, has scrapped plans for a San Francisco brewpub at the new Chase Center. Could we maybe get a local brewery in there instead? [Chronicle]
  • Jeff Franklin, the creator of Full House and former exec producer of Fuller House, is suing co-exec producer Bryan Behar over his firing from the show last year. Franklin, who recently put the "Full House house" on Broderick Street on the market, is seeking wide-ranging damages. [Deadline]
  • Staff at the Presidio Trust have given a poor review to a proposal — the only one it received — to redevelop the 30-acre Fort Winfield Scott campus. [Socketsite]
  • Carl's Jr. is debuting a CBD burger in Denver on 4/20. [Patch]

Photo taken at Green Gulch Farm at Muir Beach by Ronan