Show Notes: September 3, 2014: Tourists Attacked, Raiders Deal, Rainbow Walk Typos
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September 3, 2014
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THE BIG STORY:
TOURISTS ATTACKED: Arrests Made After German Tourists To SF Attacked, Robbed
RAIDERS: New Offer To Keep Them In Oakland
MALAYSIA AIRLINES: ‘Bucket List’ Contest Under Fire After Tragedies
RAINBOW WALK: Typos Discovered In Walk Honoring LGBT Advocates
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On Thursday, President Barack Obama along with other world leaders will begin the NATO summit in Wales. The group is expected to discuss the spread of ISIS in the Middle East, along with the conflicts in Afghanistan and Ukraine. NATO agreed to deploy 4,000 troops to the areas near the Russian / Ukrainian border this week.
In Oakland, fast food workers will join those in other cities in a strike to get paid $15 an hour, and the right to form a union. The first strike starts at 7 a.m. at the McDonalds on Telegraph Avenue.
The first and only gubernatorial debate between Gov. Jerry Brown and Republican challenger Neel Kashkari is happening Thursday night in Sacramento. Brown at first was unsure whether he would even do a debate. So far, he leads Kashkari in the polls and has more money behind his campaign.
Scientists at the U.S. Geological Survey in Menlo Park are going to reveal what they learned from the Napa earthquake. They will cover the early warning system, damage assessment and the sequence of the quake and its aftershocks.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris will visit East Oakland Pride Elementary School to talk to district leaders about stronger laws to keep kids from skipping school. Harris sponsored legislation to help stop the truancy crisis, which passed both houses and just needs the governor’s signature.
And, surf’s up in Mill Valley! The High Line Festival of Surfing starts Thursday and goes through Saturday. The festival features surfing films, music and discussions.
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