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Morning Wrap: 3/14/12

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Top of the morning’s news:
  • Adding insult to ignominy, Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi’s legal bills are at $125,000 and rising. Chronicle
  • Nob Hill’s landmark Fairmont Hotel was sold to a Los Angeles real estate developer for about $200 million. The Bottom Line
  • Robert Gammon on what’s up with the “public love fest” between longtime Oakland city council rivals Ignacio De La Fuente and Desley Brooks. East Bay Express
  • In the hopper in Sacramento: a bill in reaction to the Bryan Stow tragedy to ban unruly and violent fans from pro sports events in California for up to five years. AP
  • A 60-year-old surfer believed to have possibly slammed against a reef died near Santa Cruz. Chronicle
  • Foreclosures in the Bay Area ticked down a bit in February. Mercury News 

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