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Morning Wrap: 9/10/12

Monday, September 10, 2012

High demand for those expensive future 49ers stadium seats, Obama campaign charts another Bay Area money stop, Oakland columnist weighs in on Nadia Lockyer’s arrest, more.

  • Despite jacked up seat prices for when the 49ers leave San Francisco for the South Bay, fans have already bought $670 million worth of seats and luxury boxes. Mercury News
  • Another President Obama Bay Area fundraiser—his eighth since April of last year—is scheduled for Oct. 8, the campaign says. Chronicle
  • Alex Smith outplays Aaron Rogers—that’s the big story line in the 49ers’ 30-22 season opening win at Green Bay. Mercury News
  • Victim and suspect identified in a horrific crash in which the driver of a pickup crashed into a family on a Walnut Creek sidewalk. Contra Costa Times
  • After arresting him at sea, authorities are still at a loss to explain why a father seemed to think he could kidnap his children and get away in a yacht stolen from Alameda. Chronicle
  • Columnist Tammerlin Drummond weighs in on former Alameda supervisor Nadia Lockyer’s arrest for meth possession. Oakland Tribune

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