On May 5, Swine flu still scares some, Caltrain is in debt, there’s a paucity of Cinco do Mayo news, and the Port of Oakland receives stimulus cash.
FROM THE SF CHRONICLE
Federal reserve Chairman says economy should start growing later this year.
Health officials rethink Swine Flu school closures.
Crosswalk lights are out in Berkeley and have been since December.
Berkeley City Council debates how the city will fight global warming.
FROM THE SF EXAMINER
Water rates to increase 15% in the next five years.
City lawmakers will not receive pay increases this year, some labor unions agree to give back wage increases.
Man accused of murdering 4 Oakland police officers has been linked to a rape.
68-year-old woman crashes into a 99 cents store and baby stroller in Concord.
Man suspected of killing a San Jose store owner has been arrested.
Oakland Harbor receives $12 Million in stimulus cash that will help accommodate new generation container ships.
Caltrain is $1 Million in debt for 2009 and may declare a fiscal emergency.
Farmer who found suitcase containing Sandra Cantu’s body receives $20,000 reward.
FROM THE REST OF THE WEB
Mission Neighborhood Health Clinic has seen a rise in patients due to Swine Flu concerns. Dr. Jamie Ruiz says there is little to worry about. ML@L
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