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1. 08-04 One killed, 3,600 people without power SF Mission
2. 08-05 Accident sent 2 police officers to hospital SF Tenderloin
3. 08-06 Toddler dies after 3-story fall San Francisco
E. 08-06 49ers naming rights to Candlestick denied SF City Hall
F. 08-06 Bonds belts No. 599 Pac Bell Park
G. 08-07 Cheney addresses Commonwealth Club SF Downtown
08-09 Bonds made 600th home run Pac Bell Park
I. 08-11 Threat prompts security boost Golden Gate Bridge

Summary.     Click for More >   Threat prompts security boost  The bridge was placed on a 'super-heightened' state of alert after potential terrorist threat Worker died after falling from Bridge Gymnasium named after Flight 93 hero Deputies let convicted go by mistake New Navy destroyer commissioned Dramatic Rescue from Condo Man shot and killed Raiders 17, 49ers 10 Chronicle to close PM Edition Protestors Want Scooters off Sidewalks SF is Finalist for 2012 Olympics  The U.S. Olympic Committee has chosen the Bay Area and New York City as finalists in the bidding Epic voters' guide to land on doorsteps Tall Ships Sail Into Bay Trust approves management plan Woman died in house fire
One killed, 3,600 people without power  A fiery car crash sheared off a power pole and sprayed high-tension power lines into the street Accident sent 2 police officers to hospital Toddler dies after 3-story fall 49ers naming rights to Candlestick denied Bonds belts No. 599 Cheney addresses Commonwealth Club  Vice President is to address a crowd of about 500 on national security and economic issues Grove donates $5m to stem cell program   Bonds made 600th home run
Aug.4   SF Mission
Aug.5   SF Tenderloin
Aug.6   San Francisco
  SF City Hall
  Pac Bell Park
Aug.7   SF Downtown
Aug.8   Intel
Aug.9   Pac Bell Park
  Barry Bonds joins Aaron, Mays, Ruth in 600-home run club. Giants lost 4-3 to the Pittsburgh Pirates
Aug.11   Golden Gate Bridge
Aug.13   Golden Gate Bridge
Aug.16   San Francisco
Aug.17   San Francisco
  San Francisco
Aug.19   San Francisco
Aug.24   San Francisco
  Raiders
Aug.26   SF Chronicle
Aug.27   San Francisco
  San Francisco
  San Francisco
Aug.28   Golden Gate Bridge
  SF Presidio
Aug.30   San Francisco



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San Francisco
One killed, 3,600 people without power
Accident sent 2 police officers to hospital
7 displaced after fire
2-alarm fire at 4 story residential hotel
Possible hazarous dumping investigated
2 hospitalized after MUNI bus crash
Fire Leaves Dozen Homeless
Fire inspector arrested
Worker died after falling from Bridge
Arrested man suspected of killing
One killed, 3,600 people without power
Man stabbed 4 people
Threat prompts security boost
Fire inspector arrested
Homicide
49ers naming rights to Candlestick denied
Bonds belts No. 599
More Security as Bonds Nears 600
Giants 4, Chicago Cubs 3 (10 innings)
Chicago Cubs 9, Giants 3
Bonds made 600th home run
Kansas City 17, 49rs 14 (ot)
Giants 8, Pittsburgh 3
Mayor backing away from his nominees
Police computer system outdated
49ers naming rights to Candlestick denied
Cheney addresses Commonwealth Club
Mayor signed $4.9 billion budget
Bridge Project Could Double in Costs
Gap promotes Banana Republic exec
Mayor signed $4.9 billion budget
Chronicle to close PM Edition
Trust approves management plan
SF Downtown
Accident sent 2 police officers to hospital
2-alarm fire at 4 story residential hotel
2 hospitalized after MUNI bus crash
Arrested man suspected of killing
Man stabbed 4 people
Homicide
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Cheney addresses Commonwealth Club
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Pac Bell Park Your ad is here Your ad is here
Bonds belts No. 599
More Security as Bonds Nears 600
Giants 4, Chicago Cubs 3 (10 innings)
Bonds made 600th home run
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SF City Hall
Fire inspector arrested
Fire inspector arrested
49ers naming rights to Candlestick denied
Mayor backing away from his nominees
Police computer system outdated
49ers naming rights to Candlestick denied
Mayor signed $4.9 billion budget
Bay Area Bridges
Worker died after falling from Bridge
Threat prompts security boost
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Bridge Project Could Double in Costs
West San Francisco
Possible hazarous dumping investigated
Fire Leaves Dozen Homeless
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Trust approves management plan
Golden Gate Bridge
Worker died after falling from Bridge
Threat prompts security boost
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Aug.2   SF City Hall
 SF Tenderloin  Arrested man suspected of killing
  Eastern Span
Aug.3  San Francisco  Salon's Net Loss Narrows from 2001
Aug.4   SF Mission  
  A fiery car crash sheared off a power pole and sprayed high-tension power lines into the street
  SF Downtown Man stabbed 4 people
Aug.5   SF Tenderloin   Accident sent 2 police officers to hospital  A man is in custody for allegedly running a red light and causing an auto accident   San Francisco Fire displaced 11 people  SF Bayview  7 displaced after fire   San Francisco Girl Falls from Third Floor  SF City Hall  Police computer system outdated Aug.6   San Francisco   Toddler dies after 3-story fall  An 18-month-old girl who fell out of a bedroom window died from massive head and internal injuries   SF City Hall   49ers naming rights to Candlestick denied  City supervisors decided 49ers will not be allowed to seek corporate sponsorship for the naming of Candlestick Park  Pac Bell Park  More Security as Bonds Nears 600   Pac Bell Park     Bonds belts No. 599  Giants 11, Chicago Cubs 10. Barry hit 32nd homer of the season, a 432-foot three-run shot into right-center field Aug.7   SF Downtown   Cheney addresses Commonwealth Club
  Vice President is to address a crowd of about 500 on national security and economic issues
 San Francisco  Red Herring lays off 28% of workforce  SF Downtown  2-alarm fire at 4 story residential hotel  San Francisco  Gay magazine closing down SF office  Pac Bell Park  Giants 4, Chicago Cubs 3 (10 innings) Aug.8  Gap  Gap promotes Banana Republic exec   Intel   Grove donates $5m to stem cell program  Intel chairman announced a matching grant plan to reinvigorate the UCSF human embryonic stem cell program  Pac Bell Park  Chicago Cubs 9, Giants 3  SF Presidio  Possible hazarous dumping investigated   San Francisco Cliff rescue hoisting man up from rocks  SF Downtown  2 hospitalized after MUNI bus crash Aug.9  SF City Hall  Mayor signed $4.9 billion budget  San Francisco  Sikh family mourns two slain brothers   Pac Bell Park     Bonds made 600th home run
  Barry Bonds joins Aaron, Mays, Ruth in 600-home run club. Giants lost 4-3 to the Pittsburgh Pirates
 San Francisco  No pit bull for emotional support Aug.10  San Francisco  2 alarm blaze in building   SF Richmond Fire Leaves Dozen Homeless  Pac Bell Park  Giants 8, Pittsburgh 3  Candlestick  Kansas City 17, 49rs 14 (ot) Aug.11   SF City Hall Fire inspector arrested  SF Richmond  Body of man recovered on coastline   Golden Gate Bridge     Threat prompts security boost
  The bridge was placed on a 'super-heightened' state of alert after potential terrorist threat
 Pac Bell Park  Giants 5, Pittsburgh 4 (11 innings)  SF City Hall  Police chief replaces head of homicide unit Aug.12   SF Downtown Homicide  Schwab  Plans for more major layoffs Aug.13   Golden Gate Bridge   Worker died after falling from Bridge  The 42-year-old construction worker fell, landing on the ground at the south end of the bridge Aug.14   San Francisco Conservatives sue Providian Aug.15  Gap  37% drop in quarter profit Aug.16   San Francisco     Gymnasium named after Flight 93 hero  The Recreation and Parks Department has approved naming a city gymnasium after Mark Bingham Aug.17   San Francisco   Deputies let convicted go by mistake  Juan Rivera Jr., 27, was processed for release at the county jail, where his father was also in custody   San Francisco   New Navy destroyer commissioned  The ceremony, which was closed to the public for security reasons, was attended by more than 4,000 invited guests Aug.18   San Francisco Nose reportedly bitten off by boyfriend  SF Downtown  Man tries to push 2 people over railing Aug.19   San Francisco   Dramatic Rescue from Condo  Firefighters rescued two women and an girl, 8, from a burning building. Flames had trapped the group on a balcony   SFSU 80 new tenure-track faculty positions   SF Mission 3,500 customers without power Aug.20   San Francisco Lawsuit Filed Over Barry Bonds Homer  Pac Bell Park  Giants 1, NY Mets 0 Aug.21  Pac Bell Park  Giants 3, NY Mets 1 Aug.22  Pac Bell Park  Giants 3, NY Mets 1 Aug.23  Pac Bell Park  Montreal 7, Giants 2 Aug.24   San Francisco   Man shot and killed  Officials at Sunnydale Housing Projects discovered a victim with a single gunshot wound to the back of the head   Raiders   Raiders 17, 49ers 10  Hill ran 15 yards for a touchdown with 7:19 remaining   SF City Hall Newsom announces reelection bid  Pac Bell Park  Montreal 7, Giants 2 Aug.25   San Francisco Possible anti-gay hate crime   SF Downtown 2-alarm fire at high-rise building  Pac Bell Park  Giants 8, Montreal 4 Aug.26   San Francisco Pedestrian killed by alleged DUI driver   SF Chronicle   Chronicle to close PM Edition  Less than two years after its debut, the Chronicle has decided to stop the presses on the newspaper's afternoon edition Aug.27   San Francisco   Protestors Want Scooters off Sidewalks  Bill would allow Segway scooters to share sidewalks with pedestrians   San Francisco   SF is Finalist for 2012 Olympics
  The U.S. Olympic Committee has chosen the Bay Area and New York City as finalists in the bidding
  San Francisco   Epic voters' guide to land on doorsteps  An explanatory guide to November's ballot measures will run more than 300 pages and could cost as much as $2.8 million   San Francisco 2 Critical Path ex-executives face charges Aug.28   Golden Gate Bridge   Tall Ships Sail Into Bay  A parade of 30 tall ships is the part of the Sail San Francisco 2002 Festival   SF Presidio   Trust approves management plan  The Presidio Trust Management Plan lays out how the national park plans to break even financially   Golden Gate Park Asian Museum acquires 999 new works  Candlestick  49ers 27, San Diego 3   San Francisco Girl, 15, shot   SF Bayview Police commission draws friendly crowd Aug.29   Vallejo Man linked through DNA, arrested   San Francisco Blessing of taxi drivers   San Francisco Dirty Escape Attempt   San Francisco Marriot reaches agreement with unions Aug.30   SF Richmond Stranded cat rescued from pole   San Francisco   Woman died in house fire  A single-alarm fire in a two-story townhouse in the unit block of Argonaut Avenue