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Morning Wrap: 5/1/12

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

News and notes:
  • An anticipated partial-day May Day strike means ferries to San Francisco from Larkspur and Sausalito won’t operate until at least this afternoon. Chronicle
  • Accused Oikos University mass murderer One Goh pleaded not guilty. Oakland Tribune
  • SMG, which has managed the Oakland Coliseum and Oracle Arena for 13 years, filed a lawsuit in an attempt to prevent the contract from going to Anchutz Entertainment Group. Oakland Tribune
  • A newly-released report says federal monitors were “thoroughly dismayed” by the Oakland Police Department’s response to Occupy protests last fall. The Bay Citizen
  • A Novato office complex that housed the Marin Independent Journal for 30 years until the newspaper moved back to San Rafael last year has been sold to a real estate company and will become a call center. Marin IJ
  • CafePress Inc, the San Mateo-based company that lets people create and sell customized products online, announced it’s moving to Kentucky. SF Business Times

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