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Morning Wrap: 1/14/13

Monday, January 14, 2013

Cold snap to hang around, gun show at Cow Palace draws record crowds, arrest in Telegraph Hill home invasion rape-robbery, more.
  • The near-record cold snap for the Bay Area is expected to linger for another two or three nights, with sub-freezing temperatures inland and possible frost even along the coast. Chronicle
  • Patxi’s Chicago Pizza agreed to spend $320,000 to settle a complaint from San Francisco that it skirted the city’s health care law and shortchanged employees. Chronicle
  • The Crossroads of the West gun show at the Cow Palace drew record crowds over the weekend. Mercury News
  • Oakland’s gun violence continued unabated during the weekend, with 11 people shot, none fatally, following Friday’s carnage in which four people were shot dead within six hours. Mercury News
  • Downtown San Jose’s iconic Sainte Claire Hotel will be rebranded the Westin San Jose later this year. Mercury News
  • A 25-year-old Marin City man was arrested for allegedly raping and robbing a woman after forcing his way into her Telegraph Hill apartment. Chronicle
  • Relief for Dumbarton Bridge commuters: the No. 4 toll booth, closed in January to cut costs, and which has been blamed on some awful traffic tie-ups, reopens today. Mercury News
  • Cal’s women’s basketball team put an end to Stanford’s 81-game conference win streak 67-65 Sunday. Mercury News slide show

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