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Morning Wrap: 3/12/12

Monday, March 12, 2012

Top of the morning’s news:

  • Lots of rain in the forecast, with up to 4 or 5 inches expected this week across the Bay Area. Chronicle
  • The man struck and killed by a Caltrain last Friday was identified over the weekend as a vice president at PayPal, the online payment service. Chronicle
  • Criticism of Berkeley Police Chief Michael Meehan’s sending an officer to a reporter’s home after midnight to demand changes to a story escalated Sunday, with the city’s police union expressing concern that the chief has damaged the department’s credibility. Oakland Tribune
  • Million-dollar intensive care hospital bills are on the rise across Northern California. Sacramento Bee
  • The Lake Tahoe Music Festival is disbanding after 29 years. AP
  • The Warriors blow a 21-point lead and then hang on to beat the Clippers 97-93 in Los Angeles. Chronicle

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