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Morning Wrap: 11/1/12

Thursday, November 1, 2012

City’s tab for Giants victory party so far a mystery, judge rules shadowy Arizona group fighting Prop 30 must turn over records, Target to open big new store in Alameda, more.

  • The Giants are said to have spent $1 million on production costs for yesterday’s victory extravaganza, but so far the mayor’s office isn’t saying how much the city kicked in for public safety, cleanup and other functions. Chronicle
  • Police say a street shooting at Turk and Leavenworth in the Tenderloin yesterday that left a man with life-threatening injuries—just blocks from the Giants victory parade—is believed to have been gang-related. Chronicle
  • A judge ruled that a shadowy Arizona group that has pumped $11 million into efforts to defeat Gov. Jerry Brown’s Prop 30 tax initiative must turn over records to the state so it can determine whether the group broke campaign laws. Mercury News
  • Apple’s stock tumbled after CEO Tim Cook’s sweeping management overhaul that saw the departure of two key executives. Bloomberg News
  • A 21-year-old Oakland woman pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for suffocating her 2-year-old daughter because she wouldn’t stop crying. Chronicle
  • Target announced it will open a new 140,000 square foot store in Alameda in the fall of 2013. Oakland Tribune

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