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08-01 Champion kickboxer slain in hit-and-run SF Downtown
C. 08-01 58-story skyscraper approved SF Downtown
D. 08-02 Janitors authorize strike San Francisco
E. 08-05 Vandals hit several Starbucks SF Downtown
5. 08-06 Police chief receives full exoneration SF City Hall
6. 08-09 Protesters demand withdrawal from Iraq SF Mission
7. 08-11 Police chief announces retirement SF City Hall
8. 08-12 Nader hit by pie San Francisco

Summary.     Click for More > 58-story skyscraper approved Janitors authorize strike Explosives Detonated in Home Vandals hit several Starbucks Police chief receives full exoneration Protesters demand withdrawal from Iraq Police chief announces retirement Nader hit by pie  Appearing at the Green Party's SF headquarters presidential candidate endorsed fellow party member Camejo Davis rallies abortion rights supporters Bonds ends Giants' 6-game losing streak New clock mounted at toll plaza 2nd-quarter earnings more than triple   Bobby Bonds dies at 57  He was one of the first major leaguers to blend home-run power with base-stealing speed and the father of Barry Bonds Gallon of unleaded gasoline is $2.13 Jumped into Bay after chase 2 children hit by truck Prisoner to be free after held for 13 years Alex Fagan Sr. named chief of SFPD  Police commissioners were accepting Mayor Willie Brown's choice as the city's new police Chief Residents meet with SFPD brass Eastbound closed due to vehicle fire Wrongly Convicted Bonds sent to hospital for exhaustion  Bonds drained by the emotions that followed his father's death, scratched from lineup and was hospitalized
Champion kickboxer slain in hit-and-run
Aug.1   SF Downtown
  A traffic accident escalated to a fatal shooting. Police are searching for a suspect
  SF Downtown
Aug.2   San Francisco
Aug.5   SF Sunset
  SF Downtown
Aug.6   SF City Hall
Aug.9   SF Mission
Aug.11   SF City Hall
Aug.12   San Francisco
Aug.13   SF Mission
Aug.19   Pac Bell Park
Aug.20   Golden Gate Bridge
Aug.21   Gap
Aug.23   San Francisco
Aug.25   San Francisco
  SF Downtown
Aug.26   San Francisco
Aug.27   San Francisco
  SF City Hall
Aug.28   SF Bayview
  Bay Bridge
Aug.30   San Francisco
Aug.31   Giants



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San Francisco
58-story skyscraper approved
Janitors' Strike Averted For Now
Vandals hit several Starbucks
Janitors Rally As Contract Talks Continue
Charles Schwab sells 2.6 million shares
Janitors considering mayor's proposed
Military Post Transforms to Movie HQ
2nd-quarter earnings more than triple
Champion kickboxer slain in hit-and-run
Explosives Detonated in Home
Vandals hit several Starbucks
17-year-old shot and killed
2 wounded in shooting
Jumped into Bay after chase
49ers make special teams a top priority
Aurilia has emergency appendectomy
Giants 3, Pirates 0
Pirates 2, Giants 0
Giants 7, Pirates 5
Bonds ends Giants' 6-game losing streak
Giants acquire Young from Brewers
Bonds beats Braves again with HR
Giants 3, Marlins 2
Bonds sent to hospital for exhaustion
Janitors Rally As Contract Talks Continue
Police chief receives full exoneration
Janitors considering mayor's proposed
Protesters demand withdrawal from Iraq
Police chief announces retirement
Davis rallies abortion rights supporters
Alex Fagan Sr. named chief of SFPD
Residents meet with SFPD brass
Aurilia has emergency appendectomy
Giants 3, Pirates 0
Pirates 2, Giants 0
Giants 7, Pirates 5
Bonds ends Giants' 6-game losing streak
Giants acquire Young from Brewers
Bonds beats Braves again with HR
Giants 3, Marlins 2
Bonds sent to hospital for exhaustion
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Giants 3, Pirates 0
Pirates 2, Giants 0
Bonds ends Giants' 6-game losing streak
Bonds beats Braves again with HR
Giants 3, Marlins 2
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Giants 3, Pirates 0
Pirates 2, Giants 0
Bonds ends Giants' 6-game losing streak
Bonds beats Braves again with HR
Giants 3, Marlins 2
SF City Hall
Janitors Rally As Contract Talks Continue
Janitors considering mayor's proposed
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Janitors Rally As Contract Talks Continue
Police chief receives full exoneration
Police chief announces retirement
Alex Fagan Sr. named chief of SFPD
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SF Downtown
58-story skyscraper approved
Janitors' Strike Averted For Now
Vandals hit several Starbucks
Champion kickboxer slain in hit-and-run
Vandals hit several Starbucks
Jumped into Bay after chase
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Giants Your ad is here Your ad is here
Aurilia has emergency appendectomy
Bonds sent to hospital for exhaustion
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Aurilia has emergency appendectomy
Bonds sent to hospital for exhaustion
SF Mission Your ad is here
2 wounded in shooting
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Protesters demand withdrawal from Iraq
Davis rallies abortion rights supporters
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Aug.1  San Francisco  RedEnvelope to Sell IPO Shares
 San Francisco  Parents of killed by Muni sue S.F., driver
  SF Downtown  
  A traffic accident escalated to a fatal shooting. Police are searching for a suspect
  SF Downtown   58-story skyscraper approved  4th-tallest building downtown on Mission St. near the Transbay Terminal will house a hotel, condos, and offices   49ers 49ers make special teams a top priority
Aug.2   San Francisco Hundreds of Red Light Tickets Challenged   San Francisco     Janitors authorize strike  A union voted to authorize a strike, raising the possibility of a work stoppage in hundreds of downtown buildings  San Francisco  AIDS activists sentenced for phone calls Aug.4   SF Downtown Janitors' Strike Averted For Now   Giants Aurilia has emergency appendectomy   San Francisco Old mint transferred to city Aug.5   SF Sunset     Explosives Detonated in Home  Authorities evacuated 17 houses before blowing up 3 hand grenades and 2 mortars   SF Downtown   Vandals hit several Starbucks  In coordinated attack on 17 outlets the vandals spread glue and posted official-looking 'For Lease' and 'Closed' signs   SF City Hall Janitors Rally As Contract Talks Continue  Schwab  Charles Schwab sells 2.6 million shares  San Francisco  I-Hotel site will again house elderly  Pac Bell Park  Giants 3, Pirates 0 Aug.6   SF City Hall     Police chief receives full exoneration  Judge declared Earl Sanders 'factually innocent' of conspiring to cover up a street brawl involving 3 off-duty officers  SF City Hall  Janitors considering mayor's proposed  Pac Bell Park  Pirates 2, Giants 0 Aug.7   SF Bayview 17-year-old shot and killed   San Francisco Janitors to pay for health insurance  Pac Bell Park  Giants 7, Pirates 5  SF City Hall  Newsom Files Papers for Mayor's Race Aug.8  Pac Bell Park  Giants 9, Phillies 1 Aug.9   SF Mission   Protesters demand withdrawal from Iraq  600 peace activists and veterans marched through the streets demanding that the government pull all troops  Pac Bell Park  Phillies 8, Giants 6, 10 innings  San Francisco  Doctor license restricted after sex charge Aug.10   SF Mission 2 wounded in shooting  San Francisco  Veterans for Peace convention  Pac Bell Park  Giants 5, Phillies 2 Aug.11  San Francisco  2 seriously injured in crash   SF City Hall   Police chief announces retirement  Earl Sanders , 65, has been out on medical leave since he was indicted for allegedly obstructing a departmental investigation Aug.12   San Francisco   Nader hit by pie
  Appearing at the Green Party's SF headquarters presidential candidate endorsed fellow party member Camejo
 Schwab  Schwab to fire workers, close branches Aug.13   SF Mission   Davis rallies abortion rights supporters  Gov. Gray Davis is to shore up one of his most loyal constituencies appearing at the Women's Building Aug.14  Golden Gate Bridge  Head-on crash involves two bicyclists   San Francisco Bonds leaves Giants to be with father  SF City Hall  17 officers to receive medals of valor Aug.15  Golden Gate Park  Grant to restore windmill  Eastern Span  $2.9 billion eastern span project is on time Aug.16   East San Jose Several men robbed Wells Fargo Bank  SF Downtown  Program to rehabilitate piers Aug.17   San Francisco Man died after stabbing Aug.18  SF City Hall  Supes OK'd replacing Academy of Sciences  San Francisco  Gallon of gas averaged $2  San Francisco  Woman arraigned for elderly abuse Aug.19   Giants Giants acquire Young from Brewers   San Francisco Muni Fares Going Up   SF Presidio Military Post Transforms to Movie HQ  San Francisco  Operator of Clift Hotel filed for bankruptcy   Pac Bell Park     Bonds ends Giants' 6-game losing streak  In his first game back since taking off the weekend series Bonds hit his 651st home run as SF wins 5-4 over the Atlanta Aug.20   PG&E PG&E reports weak second quarter   Golden Gate Bridge   New clock mounted at toll plaza  A new 8-foot-tall, $20,000 clock is a replica of the old timepiece  Pac Bell Park  Giants 2, Braves 1   SF City Hall Elections Commission chief keeps her job Aug.21   Gap   2nd-quarter earnings more than triple  Sales jumped 13% over last year. Gap earned $209 million, or 22 cents per share   Bay Bridge Bid for next phase far surpasses estimate   Pac Bell Park Bonds beats Braves again with HR Aug.22  San Francisco  Harding Park golf course reopens   SF Downtown Woman bares all in demonstration  Pac Bell Park  Giants 6, Marlins 4 Aug.23   San Francisco     Bobby Bonds dies at 57
  He was one of the first major leaguers to blend home-run power with base-stealing speed and the father of Barry Bonds
  Pac Bell Park Giants 3, Marlins 2  Candlestick  49ers' win 27-12 over Saints Aug.24  Pac Bell Park  Marlins 7, Giants 4 Aug.25   San Francisco   Gallon of unleaded gasoline is $2.13  The gallon going as high as $1.95 in San Jose and $2.02 in Oakland   SF Downtown     Jumped into Bay after chase  Stanley Porter, 32, led law enforcement officers on a midday chase. A police boat crew arrested him  San Francisco  49ers Return to Kezar Stadium Aug.26   SF Presidio Officer-involved shooting   San Francisco   2 children hit by truck  An 11-year-old boy and a 7-year-old girl are at hospital after a truck hit them while they were running in a crosswalk Aug.27   San Francisco   Prisoner to be free after held for 13 years  A judge overturned the conviction of John Tennison's in murder case, ruling that prosecutors withheld information   San Francisco SF Shuts Down Controversial High School   SF City Hall   Alex Fagan Sr. named chief of SFPD
  Police commissioners were accepting Mayor Willie Brown's choice as the city's new police Chief
  SF Downtown No bomb found at theater evacuated   Fishermans Wharf Worker Survives 60-Foot Fall   San Francisco Police officer hit by motorcycle Aug.28   SF Bayview   Residents meet with SFPD brass  Top commanders got an earful from family members and friends of alleged victims of brutality   San Francisco Snapped Muni Cable Fouls Commute   Bay Bridge   Eastbound closed due to vehicle fire  Moving truck full of furniture caught fire shortly before 9:30 p.m. and quickly became engulfed in flames Aug.30   San Francisco   Wrongly Convicted  John Tennison left prison after spending the last 13 years of his life behind bars Aug.31   Giants     Bonds sent to hospital for exhaustion
  Bonds drained by the emotions that followed his father's death, scratched from lineup and was hospitalized