News the afternoon of April 3rd included Ed Jew’s verdict (5 years in prison), new info on Sandra Cantu, the missing eight-year-old from Tracy, and a reason why you might not want to visit Jamaica anytime soon.
THIS AFTERNOON’S TOP STORIES
FROM THE SF CHRONICLE
Environmentalists delay plans to build SF’s first biodiesel plant. Chron
After a 2008 State Department report concerning high levels of violence against gays in Jamaica came out, SF gay activists called for a boycott of travel to the island. Their protests are gaining ground, with Supervisor Dufty getting in on the action. Chron
FROM THE SF EXAMINER
You could pay more for less Muni Service. Lame. Ex
Cracking down on “recycling stealing” is apparently a top priority for the Mission District Station. CBS5
Stanford’s offering a free class on how to create iPhone Apps. CBS5
FROM THE REST OF THE WEB
Gridskipper says they’ve nailed the “quintessential” SF diet. Do you agree? Gridskipper
Off-menu ordering taqueria secrets. Mission Mission
Are the pistachio salmonella recalls keeping you up at night? Okay, maybe not, but stay informed by visiting the FDA’s new FAQ. Consumerist
What did we miss? Let us know.