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Morning Wrap: 4/11/12

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

News and notes:
  • Some trails in Golden Gate Park will be closed, probably until August, after aggressive behavior by coyotes. Chronicle
  • Suspended Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi added Shepard Kopp, son of former state Sen. Quentin Kopp, to his legal team. Chronicle
  • The average price of gas in California is $4.26 per gallon, down 10 cents from a month ago. Examiner
  • The head of tiny Oikos University, scene of last week’s massacre in which seven people were killed, fears that bad publicity may finish off the school. Mercury News
  • The Warriors are a step closer to moving their Developmental League team from Bismarck, North Dakota, to Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • Japanese retail giant Uniqlo says it will open a flagship San Francisco store near Union Square. SF Business Times
  • A 3-hour meeting between Stanford’s Andrew Luck and Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay adds to speculation that Luck will be the first player chosen in the NFL draft. AP

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