11:02am

Wed March 28, 2012
Morning News Roundup

Connecting the Dots: Top news stories for Wednesday, March 28, 2012

The merger between the Bay Citizen and the Center for Investigate Journalism appears to be nearing completion...

Deposed former San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi has filed a court petition in an effort to be reinstated...

The FBI has been watching Bay Area mosques, and the practice is concerning civil liberties groups...

There are reasons why a man accused of committing five murders in San Francisco hadn't been deported after serving time for armed robbery...

Believe it or not, Los Angeles, San Jose, and the San Francisco/Oakland metropolitan area are more densely populated than New York City...

Speaking of Los Angeles, do San Franciscans still have to hate the Dodgers if they're owned by Magic Johnson?

Baseball season is about to get underway, and Bay Area teams are making headlines by playing in Japan and completing a case of multi-million dollar embezzlement...

That's not nearly as much as some recently recovered recordings are worth (at least to audiophiles), as scientists at Lawrence Berkeley have turned up some early sounds captured by Alexander Graham Bell...

And, it may seem like science fiction, but food trucks may have just been one-upped by copter delivery.

Connecting the Dots brings the day's news together.

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