Managing Editor, San Francisco Chronicle
Audrey Cooper is the managing editor of the San Francisco Chronicle. And it's the best job in the world.
sfgate.com — A German sailing team dropped out of the America's Cup youth regatta Monday, saying the crash that killed an experienced seaman raised questions about whether the squad's young sailors would be safe. The decision by Sailing Team Germany/Norddeutscher Regatta team has no direct effect on the four professional teams racing to win the full America's Cup this fall.
sfgate.com — The federal government will investigate how Caltrans allowed more than 2,300 suspect steel rods to be installed on the new Bay Bridge eastern span and will review the agency's $10 million fix more than two dozen that have already failed, officials said Monday.
sfchronicle.com — Hours before he announced his decision, the city was scheduled to release a report by its police consultant, former Los Angeles Police Chief William Bratton, that would rip the department for poor management, including having only one part-time investigator to handle more than 10,000 burglary reports.
sfchronicle.com — the White Horse looks much like the dozens of other unpretentious, no-frills saloons across the East Bay: a few pool tables, DJs one or two nights a week, an A's calendar, 2-for-1 cocktail specials, a warm old fireplace, a few unidentifiable dogs wandering around, a cast of regulars who've known each other for decades, and an inviting vibe.
abclocal.go.com — DHAKA, Bangladesh -- A woman buried in the wreckage of a collapsed garment factory building for 17 days was rescued Friday, a miraculous moment set against a scene of unimaginable horror where the death toll is more than 1,000 and still rising.
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