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Morning Wrap: 4/26/12

Thursday, April 26, 2012

News and notes:
  • A state regulatory probe concludes that PG&E higher-ups were involved in a scandal in which a former employee used a fake identity to spy on activists opposed to the utility’s SmartMeters. Mercury News
  • Longtime political mudslinger and Democratic strategist Garry South is donating his archives to UCLA. Chronicle
  • Start-up digital storage company Dropbox moved into a new China Basin headquarters near 4th and Berry streets Wednesday. Chronicle
  • Berkeley Symphony conductor Joana Carneiro injured her shoulder and will be replaced by former San Francisco resident conductor Edwin Outwater for tonight’s season finale at Zellerbach Hall. Contra Costa Times
  • Doyle Drive construction promises to play havoc with would-be Golden Gate Bridge commuters this weekend. The Bay Citizen
  • Oakland police say they’ve located the rightful owner of a canvas bag stuffed with jewelry and other valuables found by students doing clean-up at Lake Merritt. Oakland Tribune

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