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Morning Wrap: 10/15/12

Monday, October 15, 2012

San Francisco’s rough sports Sunday, Berkeley law students accused of decapitating exotic bird at Vegas hotel, fall’s first snow dusts the Tahoe peaks, more.

  • Tough sports day: The Giants drop the first game of the NLCS to St. Louis 6-4 at AT&T Park; the 49ers are humbled by the New York Giants 26-3 at Candlestick.
  • A Sacramento area man was expected to survive after being stabbed outside Candlestick Park Sunday just as the 49ers game was about to get underway. Mercury News
  • A Mercury News analysis shows many state workers stockpiling massive vacation days to cash in for a big pay day when they retire—in some cases, more than $500,000.
  • Two men who identified themselves as UC Berkeley law students were arrested after allegedly decapitating an exotic bird at the Flamingo Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Daily Californian
  • The first dusting of snow of the fall was reported in the peaks surrounding Lake Tahoe over the weekend. Mercury News

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