- Things are getting a bit hairy over at the California Public Utilities Commission: The state attorney general's office has served the agency with a search warrant and seized records in a probe of communications between PG&E executives and CPUC commissioners who colluded to get a certain judge removed from a rate-setting case. (SF Chronicle)
- From the San Jose Mercury News: Long vote-by-mail tallies change the art and science of conceding.
- Squawking about Apple's post-Jobs lack of innovation has spilled over to its advertising, apparently. Some ad execs say the company is suffering a creativity slump in its recent campaigns. (San Jose Mercury News)
- Another Texas vs. California squabble could be a' brewin: According to the San Antonio Express-News, a group from the Texas city is in Oakland today to make a relocation pitch to the Oakland Raiders.
- San Rafael has approved spending for body cameras to be worn by police. (Marin Independent Journal)
- "The Book of Mormon" is returning next year for another San Francisco engagement, April 5 - June 7 (SF Station)
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