On June 16, a beloved mass retailer faces charges that might make them a little less beloved in the eco-conscious Bay Area, a once-beloved San Francisco-born athlete’s suit (the kind you wear) is at the center of a suit (the kind you wear a suit to), and our alma mater finally finds something useful to do with those pesky drama club kids.
THIS MORNING’S TOP STORIES
Two women found dead at Value Inn in North Oakland. CBS 5.
San Leandro hospital could be shut down by September. CBS 5.
Father of child left in car at El Cerrito BART will not face charges. CBS 5.
Target Corp. sued by California state officials for illegally dumping hazardous waste into landfills. CBS 5.
FROM THE SF CHRONICLE
Standardized arts test score results raise more questions than they answer.
A judge orders O.J. Simpson’s “acquittal suit” remain in storage until they find the rightful owner.
Pieces of Gitmo hearings revealed, al-Qaida mastermind says “I make up stories” to avoid torture.
California lawmakers demand new chancellor of UC Davis respond to corruption charges.
FROM THE SF EXAMINER
Four suspected burglars arrested and one shot in SWAT standoff in Oakland.
FROM THE SF WEEKLY
USF drama students portray old, sick people to help nursing students.
San Francisco crime rate has dropped 12% since the beginning of 2009.
The Concord smokestack, an East Bay landmark is set to be demolished.
Cannabis clubs offer to help Oakland with budget deficit.
Same-sex couple says they were treated poorly by a Fresno hospital and demand an apology.
Oakland schools and rec centers offer free lunch to anyone under 18 who wants one.
President Obama asks the AMA for support concerning the health care overhaul.
Business owners and supervisors look to limit the number of “head shops” on Haight St.
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