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Morning Wrap: 11/30/12

Friday, November 30, 2012

Spike in gang violence on the Peninsula, Raiders can’t sell enough tickets to avoid Sunday blackout, court upholds ex-Moraga teacher’s sex abuse conviction, more.
  • An appeals court upheld the conviction of former Moraga middle school PE teacher Julie Correa for sexually abusing a teenage student in the 1990s. Contra Costa Times
  • With the Sacramento Kings rumored to be moving to Virginia, fans are staying away from home games in droves. Sac Bee
  • A spike in gang violence on the Peninsula is prompting new cooperation between East Palo Alto and Menlo Park. KTVU 2
  • George Lucas is moving ahead with plans to help build a park with statues of Indiana Jones and Star Wars’ Yoda in his hometown of San Anselmo. AP
  • “Fruitvale,” the film based on the last day of BART police shooting victim Oscar Grant III’s life, will premiere at next year’s Sundance film festival. ABC 7 
  • Police arrested six people on a variety of gun, drug and other charges during a funeral for a reputed gang member at a Fremont chapel. Mercury News
  • Sunday’s Raiders game with the Cleveland Browns at the Coliseum will be blacked out locally—not enough tickets sold. AP

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