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Morning Wrap: 1/8/13

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Colder weather ahead, Larry Ellison’s America’s Cup team found guilty of cheating, Oakland’s first homicide of 2013 is a teenager sitting in a parked car, more.

  • A cold blast of Gulf of Alaska air will bring sub-freezing overnight temperatures back to the Bay Area Thursday and Friday, the National Weather Service says. Chronicle
  • An international jury found Larry Ellison’s Oracle Team USA sailing team guilty of spying on the Italian team and has docked Oracle five practice days for the America’s Cup. Mercury News
  • A tanker from the Marshall Islands struck a tower of the Bay Bridge’s west span Monday, but there were no reports of damage and bridge traffic was unaffected. Chronicle
  • Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner (D-Berkeley) rolled out legislation to regulate ammunition sales, a move sure to draw strong opposition from the gun lobby. Mercury News
  • A teenage boy who was shot multiple times Monday while sitting in a car in a parking lot at Hegenberger Road and Hamilton Street became Oakland’s first homicide of 2013. Oakland Tribune
  • Coach Jim Harbaugh says that kickers David Akers and the newly-acquired Billy Cundiff could both be on the playoff roster when the 49ers host Green Bay Saturday. AP

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