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Morning Wrap:1/29/13

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Sunny and warmer weather ahead, Chevron’s medical compensation payouts in refinery fire hit $10 million, accused San Leandro carjacker said to have used a machine gun, more.
  • It looks like sunny and warmer weather for the Bay Area at least through Friday. Chronicle
  • Chevron has paid $10 million in medical compensation claims so far related to the Aug. 6 fire and resulting contaminant release at its Richmond refinery. Chronicle
  •, the information search website, is now downtown Oakland’s single biggest tenant after re-upping its lease for 79,000 square feet of office space at 555 12th Street. SF Business Times 
  • San Jose’s city council is to vote tonight on a habitat protection plan for endangered species in what is being called one of the city’s most important environmental votes in decades. Mercury News
  • Police in San Leandro arrested a suspect in a carjacking in which a small machine gun was said to have been used. Mercury News
  • A judge ordered accused Oikos University mass murderer One Goe, who had been declared incompetent to stand trial, to be treated at Napa State Hospital in a bid to restore his mental competency. KTVU 2

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