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Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Wednesday, October 10, 2012
SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco's embattled sheriff will keep his job, despite his guilty plea to a misdemeanor false imprisonment charge stemming from a New Year's Eve dispute with his actress wife.

Four of the 11-member Board of Supervisors voted late Tuesday against upholding official misconduct charges against Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi. A minimum of nine votes were needed to oust him.
'Outrageous': Police Officer Who Killed Black Teen Escapes Charges
REALLY?! Local Sailor Rescues America's Cup Boat, Demands $200K
PHOTOS: Entangled Sea Lion Rescued At Pier 39
Ten Must-See Treasure Island Acts
George Heymont: That Old-Time Religion Gets a Facelift
The deftness with which Charley Lerrigo has turned the assumptions and expectations of contemporary Christians upside down and inside out is a joy to behold, not only for his theatrical craft but for his brilliant use of character development.
Rep. Mike Honda: Don't Mess With Texas? How the Supreme Court Should Rule on Education Case
wholeheartedly believe that when a student's race is considered, it must be done in a careful and thoughtful way. Let us hope, for the sake of our nation's economic health, that the Supreme Court continues to let universities determine their own admissions criteria.
Sean Martinfield: 'Moby-Dick' Opens at San Francisco Opera: A Conversation With Composer Jake Heggie
"I knew from the beginning Moby-Dick was a very good idea," said Jake Heggie during our recent interview. "Right from the start, people were a little stunned that we were taking it on."
Linda Rosenberg: Rooting for Recovery
The first full week of October is Mental Illness Awareness Week. Chances are, you have a friend, family member or colleague living with a mental illness. Their goal is not a championship, but recovery.
Frances Causey: Unions in the News
We cannot afford to allow our unions to be dismantled. Unions, after all, are the manifestation of the idea that we are more powerful and able to fight for our rights together.

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