On May 12, 2009, California may be facing a $21B deficit, Hong Kong shipping company pleads guilty to 07 oil spill, and more FasTrak only lanes for Bay Area bridges in the near future.
THIS MORNING’S TOP STORIES
Former Page Street gangster, Dennis Cyrus convicted on 16 counts including 3 murders. CBS 5.
Trial begins in Palo Alto sexual assault case. CBS 5.
California may be facing a $21B deficit if votes reject budget related measures on May 19 special election. CBS 5.
Hong Kong ship management company pleads guilty to two misdemeanors regarding 2007 Bay oil spill. CBS 5.
FROM THE SF CHRONICLE
A small strip of 17th St. in the Castro converted into a car-free pedestrian plaza.
Tracy man facing 11 years for stabbing his co-worker to death.
The Donald says Miss California can keep her crown.
FROM THE SF EXAMINER
San Francisco could make $10M from sale of power plant equipment.
Tourism slows down, drains San Francisco revenue.
FROM THE SF WEEKLY
Is it too easy for able-bodied San Franciscans to get disability placards?
Blue Shield won’t pay for single mom’s cancer treatment.
Fire in Sonoma causes $150K in damages.
Teenager wins entrepreneurship award with “bubble tea” idea.
Bay Area transit officials consider more FasTrak lanes for bridges.
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