NIGHTBEAT SHOW NOTES:
August 27, 2014
NIGHTBEAT.tv with Veronica De La Cruz
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THE BIG STORY:
BREAK-IN: Thieves Hit PG&E Metcalf Road Substation In San Jose
RACISM: Noose Found Hanging On Oakland Public Works Truck Used By African-American Workers
RIPPED OFF: Enraged McCartney Show-Goers Start Petition For Refunds Following Candlestick Concert Parking Problems
IMMIGRANTS: SF To Spend $100K On Lawyers For Immigrant Residents
NAPA: Residents Report Mysterious Flashes In Sky During Earthquake
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1 = COASTAL FOG ONLY
2-3 = TYPICAL FOG PATTERNS
4 = FOG PENETRATES INLAND
5 = ABNORMALLY FOGGY AND OVERCAST THROUGHOUT BAY AREA
Complete Bay Area Weather From KPIX 5
JUMP ON TOMORROW WITH LIZ COOK
Major road work will close northbound lanes of 280 from highway 101 to King Street, starting Thursday at 2 p-m as Caltrans works to replace broken hinges.
Hillary Clinton will be in San Francisco Thursday morning at a tech summit at the Saint Regis Hotel.
You might see protesters outside an apple store in San Francisco.
A worker’s union is organizing a rally in Union Square at Noon, calling on the tech industry to provide more job opportunities for minorities.
The California Highway Patrol is cracking down on dangerous drivers with more officers in Santa Cruz, keeping an eye out for speeding.
Safer rides on BART? There’s an app for that.
BART police are launching a free smartphone app that will let riders report crimes, and other weird things they see on the trains.
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