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Patch Daily Roundup: Beer-Flavored Jelly Bellys; Car Down Cliff in Pacifica; Raiderette Sues Team

Plus, Mavericks to air live for first time; Pleasanton man struck, killed by ACE train; Belmont woman rescued by K-9 officer

Patch Daily Roundup: Beer-Flavored Jelly Bellys; Car Down Cliff in Pacifica; Raiderette Sues Team

Welcome to Wednesday’s Northern California Patch daily roundup!

Today’s big news comes from Alameda Patch, with a story about an Oakland Raiderette suing the team. From the story:

“A member of the Oakland Raiderettes cheerleading squad sued the football team in Alameda County Superior Court today (Wednesday), alleging that the club is in "flagrant violation" of an array of California wage and employment laws.”

“The Raiderette, identified in the lawsuit as Lacy T., claims the Oakland Raiders club doesn't pay the cheerleaders for all the time they spend working, withholds pay until the end of the season, and forces them to pay some of their own business expenses.”

“[Editor's note: the San Francisco Chronicle has identified Lucy T. as a 27-year-old Alameda resident. You may read the complete Chronicle article here.]”

“The lawsuit seeks to be certified as a class action on behalf of all present and former Raiderettes who cheered for the team since 2010.”

Other top stories around Northern California Patch sites include:

Mavericks Invitational to Air Live on National TV For First Time Ever

Update: CHP Helicopter Responds to Report of Car Down a Cliff in Pacifica

Would You Eat a Beer-Flavored Jelly Bean?

Update: Man Killed in Hwy 17 Crash Near Los Gatos

Stopped at 4am, Fairfield Pair Arrested With Stolen Goods in Car

Belmont K-9 Officer Tracks, Locates Despondent Woman

Man Killed After Being Struck by ACE Train

Healdsburg Makes Water Restrictions Mandatory

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