Monday, October 30, 2006

While You Were Out: October 30, 2006

By Kara Platoni
Mon, Oct 30, 2006 at 3:23 PM

News breaks over the weekend, so every Monday we get you back up to speed with While You Were Out:

* The Miami Herald broke news of a federal investigation into last year's buyout of Oakland's Sequoia Voting Systems by a company linked to Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez' administration.

* A Pinole liquor store bandit shot himself in the leg, then died after making his escape.

* Incoming Oakland mayor Ron Dellums averted an East Bay garbage strike.

* A Sonoma couple carried out a methodical and highly-documented double suicide.

* Oakland's homicide rate hit 125.

* And because something weird always happens when school's out: A Florida fifteen-year-old stole a city bus and took it for a cruise along its regular route, taking on passengers and collecting fares.

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