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Morning Wrap: 10/25/12

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Port of Oakland investigation widens, wood burner scofflaws on Spare the Air days to soon face consequences, Occupy protesters vow to re-take Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, more.

  • A Foster City attorney faces disbarment after a State Bar Court found that she mishandled $157,000 of her 25-year-old son’s money in a trust. San Mateo County Times
  • The Port of Oakland is widening its investigation of how public money was spent in the wake of the $4,500 strip club tab that took four years to come to light. Oakland Tribune
  • Scofflaws who burn wood in stoves and fireplaces illegally during Spare the Air days will soon be required to take classes or be fined, as opposed to warnings. Contra Costa Times
  • A Southern California jail escapee and his wife were charged with special-circumstances murder, robbery and other felonies in the brutal Oct. 5 killing of retired schoolteacher Susie Kok, 55, in her Hercules home. Chronicle
  • Occupy supporters say they plan to retake Frank H. Ogawa Plaza today to mark the anniversary of the initial eviction of the Oakland encampment. Oakland Tribune 

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