• The victim in an early Sunday hit-and-run crash in Oakland has been identified as 42-year-old Brooke Smith. Smith, an Oakland resident, was driving in her 2002 Subaru Outback when it was struck by a 2014 Audi A4, the driver and passenger of which are still being sought by police. [CBS SF]
  • A four-door Nissan that was escaping authorities in Berkeley Monday morning was involved in a separate hit-and-run crash that killed a female pedestrian. The car drove up onto a sidewalk at Sixth Street and University Avenue while escaping toward I-80, and it has not been found. This is the third hit-and-run to kill a woman in the East Bay in three days, following this one. [Chronicle]
  • 40-year-old musical instrument store Haight Ashbury Music is shutting its doors forever at 7 p.m. Monday. Head over there for sale items before the inventory gets sent to a store in Redwood City. [ABC 7]
  • California is considering raising taxes on cannabis sales, despite the fact that high prices have meant that the black market continues to thrive. [SF Weekly]
  • The SF teachers' union has endorsed Scott Wiener's opponent in the state senator's race, Jackie Fielder. [48 Hills]
  • In a new podcast episode, the namesake of the Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice at Berkeley Law, Judge Thelton Henderson, speaks about inviting Dr. Martin Luther King to speak on the Berkeley campus in 1967. [Berkeley News]
  • At a Monday event in Munich, the CTO of Amazon called out Facebook public affairs chief Nick Clegg about the company's marketing of user data. [Business Insider]
  • Senator Mitch McConnell has laid out proposed rules for the impeachment trial, which include four 12-hour days of testimony, two for each side. [New York Times]
  • Everything you need to know about the Super Bowl 54 matchup of the 49ers vs. the Chiefs two Sundays from now in Miami. [ABC 7]

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