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B. 04-03 SF To Face Soaring Deficits SF City Hall
C. 04-05 Protesters Cited In Duplex Takeover SF Mission
D. 04-05 Taxes sought from banks' takeovers SF City Hall
E. 04-06 Streetcar, Bus Collide, Several Injured Market St and Second Street, SF Downtown
5. 04-07 Four people injured in shooting 83 Arleta Ave, Visitacion Valley
04-07 Man Arrested Over Pelosi Threats SF Tenderloin
7. 04-08 Man In Court For Alleged Pelosi Threats San Francisco
8. 04-08 BART shooting protesters disrupt commute Embarcadero, SF Downtown
J. 04-09 Rowand's single lifts Giants over Braves Pac Bell Park

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Streetcar, Bus Collide, Several Injured   Man Arrested Over Pelosi Threats  FBI arrested Gregory Lee Giusti, 48, for allegedly making threatening and harassing phone calls to U.S. House Speaker over health care reform BART shooting protesters disrupt commute Deadly Early-Morning Nightclub Shootout Ex-Crime Lab Tech Admits Using Cocaine  Deborah Madden accused of skimming drugs held as evidence tells police in an interview that she used cocaine found at work Prosecutors Knew Crime Lab Problems Judge Rules Release Of Crime Lab Papers Four Jailed After Trying To Evade Police Hundreds Gather To Commemorate Quake 5 Injured After Cab Driver Runs Light Prison For Danielle Steel's Ex-Assistant Visa paying $2B for CyberSource  CyberSource's fraud prevention technology is expected to help Visa to increase online use of the credit, debit and prepaid cards Wells Fargo earns $2.4B, credit improving Deal Expected To Mean Fewer SF Layoffs Man Killed By Muni Train At Castro Station Day Laborers Protest Sit-Lie Ordinance Crime Lab Auditors Not Told Of Problems Stifel to buy Thomas Weisel for $300 M 8 Hurt In 19th Avenue Crash   Ford Taurus ran a red light, crashed into a vehicle in the intersection and then jumped the median, striking four other cars Anchor Brewing sold to Greggor, Foglio Ex-City Tech Worker Guilty Of Hacking
Apr.6   SF Downtown
Apr.7   SF Tenderloin
Apr.8   SF Downtown
Apr.11   South of Market
Apr.13   San Francisco
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Apr.18   Ingleside
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Apr.19   SF Downtown
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Apr.22   SF Castro
Apr.24   SF Mission
Apr.25   San Francisco
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Apr.27   San Francisco
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  A SF jury convicted former city of network engineer Terry Childs of felony computer tampering for withholding passwords to the city's main network
Apr.28   Hayward
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Outdoors Writer Arrested In Pot Bust
Man Arrested Over Pelosi Threats
Four people injured in shooting
Deadly Early-Morning Nightclub Shootout
Officer Opens Fire On Erratic Driver
Four Jailed After Trying To Evade Police
5 Injured After Cab Driver Runs Light
Taxes sought from banks' takeovers
Office vacancy rate rises in SF
Wells Fargo earns $2.4B, credit improving
SF To Face Soaring Deficits
Protesters Cited In Duplex Takeover
Taxes sought from banks' takeovers
Man Arrested Over Pelosi Threats
BART shooting protesters disrupt commute
Hundreds Gather To Commemorate Quake
Day Laborers Protest Sit-Lie Ordinance
Giants sweep Astros 10-4
Rowand's single lifts Giants over Braves
Braves win 7-2, hand Giants first loss
Dolphins trade Ginn Jr. to Niners
49ers pick Mays rips ex-coach Carroll
Lincecum stifles Pujols, Giants
Whiteside helps Giants beat Phillies
Streetcar, Bus Collide, Several Injured
5 Injured After Cab Driver Runs Light
Man Killed By Muni Train At Castro Station
8 Hurt In 19th Avenue Crash
SF Downtown
Man Arrested Over Pelosi Threats
Deadly Early-Morning Nightclub Shootout
Officer Opens Fire On Erratic Driver
Office vacancy rate rises in SF
Man Arrested Over Pelosi Threats
BART shooting protesters disrupt commute
Hundreds Gather To Commemorate Quake
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Rowand's single lifts Giants over Braves
Lincecum stifles Pujols, Giants
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SF To Face Soaring Deficits
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SF To Face Soaring Deficits Protesters Cited In Duplex Takeover Taxes sought from banks' takeovers Streetcar, Bus Collide, Several Injured Map of Market St and Second Street San Francisco  A collision between may have been caused by the streetcar's failed brakes. 5 people were taken to the hospital Four people injured in shooting Crime Lab Flap Won't Affect Murder Case   Man Arrested Over Pelosi Threats


April 2010 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1  SF Downtown  Nightclub ordered closed following violence
 San Francisco  St. Mary's preps for new cancer center
 San Francisco  Man Pleads Guilty To Embezzling
Apr.2  SF Chronicle  Outdoors Writer Arrested In Pot Bust
 San Francisco  SFPD Chief Making Amends Over Remarks
Apr.3   SF City Hall
Apr.5   SF Mission
  SF City Hall
 San Francisco  Yelp To Show Reviews It Filters
Apr.6  San Francisco  Man Shot Dead In Oceanview
 San Francisco  Feinstein Endorses Newsom For Lt. Gov.
  SF Downtown  
 San Francisco  Pelosi Describes Health Reform Effort
Apr.7   Visitacion Valley
  San Francisco
  SF Tenderloin  
  FBI arrested Gregory Lee Giusti, 48, for allegedly making threatening and harassing phone calls to U.S. House Speaker over health care reform
 Giants  Giants sweep Astros 10-4  San Francisco  Program to help homeowners go green Apr.8   San Francisco Man In Court For Alleged Pelosi Threats   SF Downtown     BART shooting protesters disrupt commute Map of Embarcadero San Francisco  More than 100 protesters converged at Embarcadero station in an effort to put the spotlight back on the killing of Oscar Grant III in 2009   San Francisco Man fatally stabbed in Noe Valley Apr.9  SF Downtown  British Columbia Set Up Zip Line In SF   Pac Bell Park Rowand's single lifts Giants over Braves   Marin County PG&E must stop threats to public agencies Apr.10   SF Downtown Office vacancy rate rises in SF   San Francisco Dems Speak At Abortion Forum Apr.11   South of Market   Deadly Early-Morning Nightclub Shootout Map of Second and Minna street San Francisco  At 2:27 a.m., police received reports of shots. One person was killed and three people suffered life-threatening injuries  Pac Bell Park  Braves win 7-2, hand Giants first loss  San Francisco  Barry Bonds says he's 'proud' of McGwire Apr.12   South of Market Officer Opens Fire On Erratic Driver Apr.13  SF Bayview  School Lockdowns After Shooting   San Francisco   Ex-Crime Lab Tech Admits Using Cocaine
  Deborah Madden accused of skimming drugs held as evidence tells police in an interview that she used cocaine found at work
Apr.14  SF City Hall  Public defender wants help with crime lab   San Francisco   Prosecutors Knew Crime Lab Problems  An e-mail shows SF prosecutors knew about problems with a crime lab technician before she was suspected of stealing cocaine evidence   Twitter Twitter won't abandon developers
Apr.15   San Francisco   Judge Rules Release Of Crime Lab Papers  Judge Anne-Christine Massullo: San Francisco police and prosecutors must turn over hundreds of more documents to defense attorneys Apr.16   49ers Dolphins trade Ginn Jr. to Niners Apr.17   SF Bayview 20-year-old man fatally shot Apr.18   Ingleside   Four Jailed After Trying To Evade Police  Officers tried to pull over the truck as it left the burglary scene. The truck crashed into a car within a few blocks   SF Downtown   Hundreds Gather To Commemorate Quake   A group observed a moment of silence before wailing emergency sirens in honor of the 104th anniversary of the 1906 SF earthquake  Giants  Manny's homer lifts Dodgers past Giants Apr.19   SF Downtown   5 Injured After Cab Driver Runs Light   A dramatic, multi-vehicle crash in Nob Hill neighborhood. The taxi went careening backward, slammed into an apartment building   SF City Hall SFPD Addresses Supes Over Crime Lab   San Francisco SFPD Chief: Serious Crimes Down 13% Apr.20   Schwab Schwab settles mortgage-backed suit   San Francisco   Prison For Danielle Steel's Ex-Assistant  Kristy Watts has been sentenced to nearly three years in prison for embezzling more than $760,000 from the romance novelist Apr.21   San Francisco   Visa paying $2B for CyberSource
  CyberSource's fraud prevention technology is expected to help Visa to increase online use of the credit, debit and prepaid cards
  Wells Fargo   Wells Fargo earns $2.4B, credit improving  1st-quarter earnings fell 1 percent as the bank dealt with continuing losses on consumer loans and originated fewer mortgages   SF Downtown Man Dies After Being Pinned Under Bus
  SF City Hall   Deal Expected To Mean Fewer SF Layoffs  A labor deal reached between Mayor Gavin Newsom and union leaders will result in fewer city workers losing their jobs Apr.22   PG&E PG&E to run SmartMeter test   SF Castro   Man Killed By Muni Train At Castro Station   58-year-old Gary Senn was hit by an inbound train. Muni light-rail service was disrupted by the death at 4:39 p.m. The subway was shutdown   SF Chronicle Editor Who Wrote About Her Cancer Dies Apr.23   49ers 49ers pick Mays rips ex-coach Carroll   Pac Bell Park Lincecum stifles Pujols, Giants   San Francisco DA Seeks Crime Lab Reforms Apr.24   San Francisco Plans Percolate To Revive Native Creeks   SF Mission   Day Laborers Protest Sit-Lie Ordinance  Day laborers and domestic workers protested against an ordinance introduced by Newsom that would make it illegal to sit or lie on public sidewalks  SF Sunset  Motorcyclist Dies In Crash Apr.25   San Francisco   Crime Lab Auditors Not Told Of Problems  The head of the board of the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors says members were not told of potential problems at the lab Apr.26   San Francisco   Stifel to buy Thomas Weisel for $300 M  Brokerage and investment adviser Stifel Financial will buy rival Thomas Weisel Partners Group to build a middle-market investment bank   SF Sunset   8 Hurt In 19th Avenue Crash Map of 19th Avenue and Taraval Street San Francisco
  Ford Taurus ran a red light, crashed into a vehicle in the intersection and then jumped the median, striking four other cars
  Pac Bell Park Whiteside helps Giants beat Phillies Apr.27   San Francisco   Anchor Brewing sold to Greggor, Foglio  Fritz Maytag, the washing machine heir who launched the microbrewery movement, has sold Anchor Brewing Co.to Bay Area entrepreneurs   San Francisco   Ex-City Tech Worker Guilty Of Hacking
  A SF jury convicted former city of network engineer Terry Childs of felony computer tampering for withholding passwords to the city's main network
  SF Chronicle Newspaper circulation slides
Apr.28   Hayward   Family Files Suit In Bridge Plunge Death  The family of Tahir Fakhar, 56, who died when his big-rig plunged over the side of the Bay Bridge last November is holding the state account...  SF Downtown  Car Plows Into Pedestrian, Building   San Francisco   SF Fed Bank chief may get No. 2 US spot  President Obama is expected to appoint the former UC Berkeley economist Janet Yellen vice chairwoman of the Federal Reserve