June 30th’s headlines leave us with more questions than answers: Is it road rage when it’s not on a road? If there are riptides, why do you go swimming? And why do people call it “reverse discrimination,” isn’t is all just discrimination, what is this “reverse” crap?
THIS MORNING’S TOP STORIES
19-year-old Pittsburg man runs over five people and crashes into a house in Castro Valley. Chronicle.
The EPA looks to tighten the air quality requirements for nitrogen dioxide released from cars, factories and coal burning power plants. CBS 5.
Riptide off Montara State Beach claims life of mother and young girl. CBS 5.
Large fine against operator of container ship that spilled 53,000 gallons of oil into the Bay after hitting the Bay Bridge. Chronicle.
FROM THE SF CHRONICLE
FROM THE SF EXAMINER
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