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Morning Wrap: 1/11/12

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Top of the morning’s news:

  • They’re only 3-6 so far, but the enigmatic Warriors claim a huge 111-106 overtime win over the Miami Heat. Chronicle
  • Sen. Dianne Feinstein has joined those pushing for Caltrans to take over the state’s high-speed rail project. Capitol Alert
  • Another Spare the Air alert for the Bay Area today, the 13th of the winter season. Marin IJ
  • Three Bay Area counties—San Francisco, Alameda and Contra Costa—rank in the top 10 statewide for youth homicide. SFGate
  • Average price for tickets to Saturday’s 49ers playoff game with the Saints at Candlestick has soared to $403. SFGate
  • An animal rights group claimed responsibility for destroying more than a dozen tractor-trailer rigs at the Harris Farms cattle operation near Fresno. AP
  • Contra Costa supes have set an all-day meeting Feb. 21 to decide the fate of a controversial Sufi worship center in unincorporated Walnut Creek. Contra Costa Times
  • New Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie is straightforward about why he fired coach Hue Jackson. Mercury News
  • Police don’t believe three men arrested for trespassing at San Francisco Zoo Sunday were involved in the earlier theft of Banana Sam, the spider monkey. AP
  • Marin supervisors want a proposed anti-smoking law revised to exclude marijuana. Marin IJ

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