• SF's all-girls Mercy High School will close later this summer. Opened in 1952, it still remains one of the few female-only Catholic high schools in the Bay Area, but, due to a decrease in enrollment, Mercy High School will close in June. [ABC 7]
  • The 49ers will tackle the Vikings at 1:35 p.m. (PDT) backdropped by those "fugly-fabulous" maroon red end zones. Here's where you can watch the game online or on television. [CBS Sports / SFist]
  • California Highway Patrol (CHP) is looking into an early-morning shooting on Highway 101 in San Jose that injured one person. After the suspected vehicle narrowly overtook the victims' car along the highway's southbound lanes near Hellyer Avenue, the driver slowed to allow them to catch up before opening fire; one woman in the passenger seat was injured from the broken glass. [KRON 4]
  • Lime to rid itself of 14 percent of its workforce. In an attempt to become profitable, CEO Brad Bao announced in a blog the company would stop operating in a dozen markets — Atlanta, Rio De Janeiro, San Diego, and others —and cut off a measurable amount of staff. [Chronicle]
  • Those who are traveling to Austin this year for all its techy and musical happenings can enjoy a slice of home at a new San Francisco-style bakery. [Austin 360]
  • After 147 years in business, Western Appliance in San Jose is closing its doors soon. [ABC 7]
  • An Oakland man was shot and robbed of his laptop, though he's currently in stable condition at a local hospital. [East Bay Times]
  • Yes, you can still get a $7 lunch — a bowled, brothy noodle dish from the Financial District-staple Yo Yo's — in downtown SF. [SF Gate]
  • Here's how one San Francisco artist turns recyclable trash into artistic treasures. [Chronicle]

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