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Morning Wrap: 3/22/13

Friday, March 22, 2013

Lew Wolff preaches to the choir in San Jose, clear and sunny for Sunday’s Oakland Running Festival, San Francisco nudists lose another round at court, more.

  • A’s owner Lew Wolff, at an economic conference in San Jose, made his case again for why he wants to abandon Oakland for San Jose. ABC 7
  • Chris Bucchere, 36, the San Francisco bicyclist who hit and killed a pedestrian last year in the Castro district, pleaded not guilty to felony vehicular homicide. Chronicle
  • Clear skies and a sunny day are in the forecast for Sunday’s Oakland Running Festival. Oakland Tribune
  • Nudists suing to overturn San Francisco’s nudity restrictions lost their bid to have a judge impose a temporary restraining order against the new law. Chronicle
  • UCSF is set to break ground today on its $94 million Global Health & Clinical Sciences Building at the Mission Bay campus. SF Business Times
  • The list for homeless parents and children waiting for housing has ballooned in San Francisco. Chronicle
  • Historic Point Reyes Seashore Lodge in Olema went on the market for $9.7 million. SF Business Times
  • Gov. Jerry Brown said he doesn’t believe the commission assigned to set pay packages for California’s elected officials should cut their pay any further. Capitol Alert
  • Safeway is close to finalizing plans for a controversial supermarket and shopping center on a busy corner of Walnut Creek’s Shadelands business park. SF Business Times
  • The woman who made up a yarn about being raped on the UC Santa Cruz campus in February (while she reportedly was out looking for banana slugs) was charged with issuing a false report, a misdemeanor. AP

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