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Morning Wrap: 12/11/12

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Kaiser Permanente passes over Bay Area for technology campus, 25 years to life for Michelle Le’s murderer, another shoe drops in Port of Oakland strip club scandal, more.
  • Rain along with cooler weather is expected to blow into the Bay Area by tonight after yesterday’s spring-like temperatures. Chronicle
  • A man found bound and gagged on a quiet Visitacion Valley street died and a woman bound with him was fighting for her life as of last night. Chronicle
  • Oakland-based Kaiser Permanente will pass over the Bay Area and open a new information technology campus to employ about 500 staffers in Colorado. SF Business Times
  • Maritime director James Kwon officially stepped down, following former director Omar Benjamin out the door at the Port of Oakland in the wake of a scandal involving misspent funds at a Texas strip club. Oakland Tribune
  • A remorseless Giselle Esteban was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for the 2011 murder of her one-time friend and Hayward nursing student Michelle Le. Oakland Tribune

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