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Morning Wrap: 11/20/12

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

San Jose's bishop apologizes for child molester being allowed to volunteer at parish school, 49ers' and Warriors' big night, fake organic fertilizer sends Central Valley producer to prison, more.
  • A psychiatrist has determined that alleged mass murderer One Goh, 44, arrested in the shooting spree that killed seven people at tiny Oikos University in April, isn’t mentally fit to stand trial, his attorney said. AP
  • The pastor of Saint Frances Cabrini School and Parish in San Jose resigned amid outrage over his defense of a convicted child molester helping out at the school, something for which San Jose's Roman Catholic bishop has apologized. Mercury News
  • Federal investigators determined that a private plane that crashed near Half Moon Bay last month, killing the pilot, slammed into a coastal bluff and burst into flames moments after takeoff. San Mateo County Times
  • A Central Valley fertilizer producer was sentenced to 6 1/2 years in prison after selling a product with synthetic ingredients that he claimed was entirely organic. AP
  • Colin Kaepernick completed 16 of 23 passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns in the 49ers’ 32-7 Monday Night Football rout of the Chicago Bears at Candlestick. Chronicle
  • The Warriors were impressive in a 105-101 overtime win against the Mavericks in Dallas. Chronicle 

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