Whether or not 1B passes on Tuesday, California’s schools are in trouble. Healthcare may soon join education as the other big loser in the Governor’s proposed budget cuts. In San Francisco, MUNI passengers complain that a lack of security on the busses has led to an increase in violent crimes. Where are all the police? Probably doing their best to stifle the party at Bay to Breakers on Sunday. Catch up on the top stories this Friday, May 15th, 2009.
THIS MORNING’S TOP STORIES
Tuesday’s ballot marks thin line between horrific and just devastating education cuts. Chron
Education and healthcare could be tossed overboard to save sinking California budget. Chron, Ex
GM to close 1,100 dealerships, countless more salesmen to transition doubletalk into busking. Chron, ABC7
You can bet we never covered this in the Lifeguard training (Are you reading this in RSS? Click through to see the video, it’s pretty amazing)
Yuppies: No longer making the tough decision between charity and fashion.
FROM THE SF WEEKLY
FROM THE SF CHRONICLE
Fresno minister found guilty on four accounts of rape
Ambitious farmer’s market to open in the Metreon
FROM THE SF EXAMINER
MUNI in need of an old west sheriff
CBS5 to air live coverage of Sunday’s madness
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