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Morning Wrap: 1/17/12

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Top of the morning’s news:

  • Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi’s arraignment on domestic violence charges is set for Thursday. Chronicle
  • Expect the winter’s first storm in the form of wind and rain to move into the Bay Area late tonight or tomorrow and stick around for at least four days, the National Weather Service says. Chronicle
  • Gov. Jerry Brown plans to hit the road to sell his tax cut plan after Wednesday’s State of the State message. PolitiCal
  • Stephen Curry’s injured ankle didn’t respond as well as hoped during a workout yesterday, making his hoped-for return to the Warriors lineup tonight in Cleveland doubtful. Golden State Warriors blog
  • San Leandro starts construction this week on a “fiber optic loop” it hopes helps attract high-tech companies from Silicon Valley. Daily Review
  • The Raiders get permission to interview Denver assistants Mike McCoy and Dennis Allen for their vacant head coaching job. Mercury News 
  • Oakland’s city council votes tonight on whether to spend $1.3 million to help restore West Oakland’s historic Beaux Arts train depot. Oakland Tribune
  • Lookout Records, the East Bay label that helped launch Green Day and other artists, is going out of business. Oakland Tribune 

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