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Morning Wrap: 10/23/12

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

World Series tickets sell out quickly, San Bruno victims’ mothers ask Jerry Brown to fire the state’s top utility regulator, teenage driver sentenced for killing man and his daughter riding bicycles in Concord, more.
  • San Francisco World Series tickets are sold out, leaving only scalping options for the series with the Detroit Tigers that begins Wednesday night at AT&T Park. Mercury News
  • A group of mothers of victims killed in the 2010 PG&E pipeline explosion in San Bruno asked Gov. Jerry Brown to fire the state’s top utility regulator for “backroom” dealing over the company’s fine for the explosion. Mercury News
  • PG&E officials acknowledged that the utility declared 4 1/2  miles of gas pipelines in the East Bay and San Jose as safe without proof of having inspected them. Chronicle
  • A teenage driver, now 18, convicted of running over and killing a father and daughter on a Concord street was sentenced to a juvenile detention facility until he turns 21. Contra Costa Times
  • A former school official was sentenced to two years in prison for misappropriating millions in public money in Woodside and later billing the Portola Valley school district for home remodeling while he was the superintendent. Chronicle 

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