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Associated Press Northern California Daybook for Tuesday, Dec. 10

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6 a.m. WASHINGTON, D.C. — Start of a two-day investigative hearing by the National Transportation Safety Board on the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash at the San Francisco International Airport in July. Hearing is in Washington D.C. but a live stream is available at: http://stream.capitolconnection.org/capcon/ntsb/ntsb.htm . Contact: Keith Holloway (202) 314-6100.

8 a.m. SAN FRANCISCO — The five-day American Geophysical Union's fall meeting continues through Friday. Moscone Convention Center, 747 Howard St. Contact: Nanci Bompey, (202) 777-7524.

8:30 a.m. SANTA ROSA — Sonoma County Board of Supervisors meeting. Note: The Andy Lopez Organizing Committee plans to protest and speak during the open microphone session at around 2 p.m. about the investigation into the shooting death of 13-year-old Andy Lopez. Board chambers, County Administration Building, 575 Administration Drive. Contact: (707) 565-2241. At 4 p.m., the committee plans to protest outside of the Santa Rosa City Council meeting, then march after the meeting to the sheriff's office. Santa Rosa City Hall, 100 Santa Rosa Ave. Contact: (707) 543-3010 for City Council. For Lopez protest: Jon Melrod (415) 806-0154.

9 a.m. WATSONVILLE — News conference on a report titled "Santa Cruz County Status on Youth Violence" by United Way of Santa Cruz County and Applied Survey Research. Watsonville Community Room, 1 Second St., fourth floor. Contact: Megan Joseph, (831) 465-2207 or Abbie Stevens, (831) 728-1356.

11 a.m. SANTA CLARA — News conference by Santa Clara Mayor Jamie Matthews and San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York to announce a major event to be held at Levi's Stadium. Great America Ballroom, Santa Clara Convention Center, 5001 Great America Parkway. Contact: Talia Malik, (408) 986-4891.

1:30 p.m. OAKLAND — Safeway will present the Oakland Unified School District with 2,000 HP Netbook mini-computers and an associated $30,000 grant. Students will demonstrate how they will use the devices. Library, McClymonds High School, 2607 Myrtle St. Contact: Troy Flint, (510) 473-5832 or Teena Massingill, (925) 467-3810.

3 p.m. SAN FRANCISCO — Supermodel Petra Nemcova, the founder and chairwoman of the Happy Hearts Fund, who was injured during the tsunami in Thailand in 2004, will celebrate a multi-year collaboration with Clinique for support of her fund that builds and rebuilds schools in areas devastated by natural disasters. Macy's Union Square, 170 O'Farrell St. Contact: Dana Stein, (212) 981-5197 or Jamie Greenhouse, (212) 981-5179.

5:30 p.m. OAKLAND — Rally by Californians Against Fracking, Credoaction and others to protest fracking in California. Note: A state hearing on fracking takes place from 4-8 p.m. Oakland Convention Center, 550 10th St. Contact: press@credoaction.com or Severn Williams, (510) 336-9566 or cell: (415) 336-9623.

5:30 p.m. SAN FRANCISCO — Public dedication ceremony to unveil "the World Tree of Hope," a display of 10,000 white origami cranes and silver stars with wishes for the future from people around the world. Mayor Ed Lee and other city officials to attend. City Hall rotunda, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place. Contact: Jeff Cotter, (415) 608-5333.

6:30 p.m. SAN FRANCISCO — Community forum by the BART office of the independent police auditor and the BART citizen review board to let members of the public know how the oversight process at BART can be of service to them. Inter-Raymi Room, Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, 2868 Mission St. Contact: (510) 874-7477.

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