• The Marin County Coroner's office confirmed that the body found Friday at Muir Beach belonged to the missing SF fisherman Jose Padilla. Padilla's fiance confirmed the news on social media Saturday evening; Padilla was one of three men fishing on the rocks below the overlook when they were knocked into the water by a wave. [ABC7]
  • An East Bay woman and child have apparently drowned in a local pool. Around 3 p.m. Saturday, local authorities responded to an incident on East Ridge Court regarding a woman who was in a swimming pool and not breathing and later learned that a child, who was also not breathing, was already en route to San Ramon Regional Medical Center; both have since been pronounced dead and an investigation remains open to determine the cause of the deaths. [KRON4]
  • Hyde Street Studios — a recording space that's seen the likes of The Grateful Dead, Green Day, and many others — was granted legacy status in San Francisco this week. [Hoodline]
  • Following most of the Bay Area dropping nearly all indoor mask mandates next week, UC Berkeley is expected to follow suit and not require face coverings inside the university on February 27. [NBC Bay Area]
  • Looks like we're in for another spell of sunny weather next week, but it won't be nearly as warm. [Weather.com]
  • With the unease in Ukraine continuing boiling into an international crisis, flights coming into and out of the country are being redirected as diplomats urge visiting citizens to return home, ASAP. [Associated Press]
  • A headline in today's digital copy of the New York Times says it all: Covid Drugs May Work Well, but Our Health System Doesn’t. [NYT]

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