On May 13th, the most shocking news is in San Jose, where a disgusting office fridge sent 28 people looking for medical treatment. Otherwise: more depressing Muni budget news; JROTC is here to stay.
THIS MORNING’S TOP STORIES
I swear this headline comes up in the news roundup every two weeks, but JROTC will stay at seven SF schools. Ex, Chron, Mission Local
The Board of Supes decided not to reject Muni’s budget. Ex, SF Weekly, ABC7
Sad: 97-year old women beaten to death in Oakland. Chron, CBS5
FROM THE SF CHRONICLE
How to fix the recession? Ask the ten year old winners of the Stock Market Game.
FROM THE SF WEEKLY
Sex club dramz in the Mission.
According to a Silicon Valley exec, keeping employees happy is like … growing a plant?
How young is too young to teach kids about same-sex families?
FROM THE SF EXAMINER
MUNI fails, hard, to rein in overtime costs.
SFO becomes first airport on the west coast to have a (overpriced) pharmacy.
Prepare for an invasion Thursday … a bike invasion.
Extreme Makeover: SF Business Improvement
Gavin Newsom commends SF’s 72% recycling rate, himself.
SF port may build a “snazzy” new terminal
FROM THE REST OF THE WEB
Best news of the day: firefighters had to evacuative the AT&T building in downtown San Jose yesterday due to an office fridge so disgusting that, when a worker tried to clean it, the fumes caused twenty eight people to need treatment for vomiting and nausea (and sent seven to the hospital). The enterprising worker whose idea it was to clean the fridge in the first place did not need treatment — she can’t smell due to allergies. AP
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