Slain photographer Nob Hill then and now
Twist in prosecuting his murder It’s quiet up there for a reason
image Ron Russell Editor’s blog


Morning Wrap: 12/12/12

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Rrazz Room’s lawsuit against Hotel Nikko gets ugly, AAA predicts gas prices will keep falling, Oakland teenager who killed parents takes last-minute plea deal, more.
  • Dungeness crab fishermen ended their 11-day strike. Chronicle
  • The owners of the Rrazz Room, the cabaret and jazz club that lost its lease at the Hotel Nikko, is suing the hotel claiming that management refused to extend the lease because it felt the club was attracting too many African-Americans. Chronicle
  • AAA predicts that California gas prices will continue to decline through at least Christmas. SF Business Times
  • An Oakland teenager accused of killing his parents took a last-minute plea deal in which he’ll be sentenced to prison for 25 years to life. Oakland Tribune
  • Defensive coordinator Kent Baer will serve as interim coach at San Jose State for the Military Bowl while the school seeks a successor to Mike MacIntyre, who left for Colorado. Mercury News
  • Virginia Beach, Virginia will continue to pursue the Sacramento Kings, although it’s uncertain to what extent the NBA franchise is considering moving there. Sac Bee
  • Five people were arrested in connection with the man and woman found bound and gagged on a Visitacion Valley street. The man died and the woman was seriously injured. Two of the suspects were booked on suspicion of murder. Chronicle

New at Bay Area Observer:

Follow on Twitter

Copyright 2013 Bay Area Observer. Blogger Templates created by Deluxe Templates. WP by Masterplan