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Morning Wrap: 11/14/12

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Nudists lawyer up, Oakland agrees to shell out $4.6 million to settle claims against men who were illegally strip-searched, late-night break-in at Oakland Museum of California, more.

  • Nudists fighting Supervisor Scott Wiener’s proposed law to ban public nudity in San Francisco have hired a lawyer and are planning a class action lawsuit. Chronicle
  • Oakland’s city council voted in closed session last night for the city to pay $4.6 million to 39 men who were illegally strip-searched by police in public. Chronicle
  • Residents of a Daly City neighborhood were digging out after an aging water main broke, spewing 45,000 gallons of water down a hill, caking the streets in a sea of mud. Chronicle
  • Gold nuggets and other undisclosed artifacts were taken during a late night heist Monday at the Oakland Museum of California, with authorities providing few immediate details about what was stolen. Oakland Tribune
  • Four people were arrested in San Francisco on child pornography charges during a multi-agency law enforcement sweep. Bay City News Service

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