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6 Hurt As SF Muni Streetcars Crush SUV 2 SF Journalists Pardoned In North Korea
Online magazines give S.F.'s Zinio a boost  Zinio has been building its business relying on software that doesn't require spending more money on a dedicated reading device 49ers' Crabtree skips camp 4 Hospitalized By Park Merced Crash Man Kills Self During Police Traffic Stop   A man shot himself when officers stopped a vehicle after receiving a tip about the location of David Wehrer, a person of interest in a homic... SF Wins Homeless Soccer Tournament  Homeless from across the country competed this weekend in the Street Soccer USA Cup with a team from San Francisco taking the title 2 Hikers Held In Iran Were SF Journalists


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  Shane Bauer and Sarah Shourd, freelance journalists and a friend have been detained in Iran after they hiked across an unmarked Iraqi border
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  North Korean leader Kim Jong Il has issued a 'special pardon' to journalists convicted of sneaking into the country illegally
  San Francisco Pelosi Touts Health Care Bill In SF Visit Aug.5   SF Downtown Stunt: 100 Parachuters Fall From Sky Aug.6   Twitter   Twitter site reopens after attack
  Micro-blogging service was taken offline for more than two hours in what the company believes was a co-ordinated attack
  San Francisco Dead SF Woman In SUV Was Murdered   San Francisco   Pier 38 plans on hold Map of Pier 38 San Francisco
  Plans to remake a pier into a megayacht are in tatters now that a judge is allowing the dock owner's assets to be used to pay off his debts
Aug.7   San Francisco   Gay Marriage Lawyers Say No To Help  The prominent lawyers leading the fight to legalize gay marriage told SF officials 'thanks, but no thanks   Twitter Twitter attack puts millions on hold Aug.8   Santa Clara Davis fights, team runs sprints Aug.10   San Francisco   Home value drop-off slows  In San Francisco and Marin counties values have slid more than 15 percent for the past two quarters compared with the previous year   UCSF Scientists Work To Unravel H1N1 Flu Aug.11   North Beach Fire displaced 6, caused $1.35M damage Aug.12   SF Downtown Billionaire buys half-off office building   Pac Bell Park Manny goes deep as Dodgers crush Giants   Pac Bell Park Giants win on walk-off HR Aug.13   San Francisco   Filthy power plant to close  The heavily polluting plant on southeastern waterfront would close by the end of 2010 under a settlement between Mirant Corp. and City Attorney Aug.15   SF Downtown Woman Falls From Balcony Of Building Aug.17   Schwab Schwab sued over securities   SF City Hall Sup. Daly Cleared In Residency Probe Aug.18   San Francisco   Court Orders New Trial In Brocade Case  A federal appeals court has tossed out the criminal conviction of the first Silicon Valley executive who went to trial in a stock options scandal Aug.21   PG&E PG&E deal for solar energy Okd   SF Downtown Body Found In Embarcadero Storm Drain   San Francisco Japanese paper folding Aug.22   Giants Rockies storm back on Giants Aug.24   SF Downtown SF's Oldest Restaurant Damaged In Fire   Giants   Rockies stun Giants, 6-4  Spilborghs hit a grand slam in the bottom of the 14th inning, giving the Colorado a come-from-behind victory over San Francisco Aug.25   SF City Hall 300+ Restaurant Certifications Revoked Aug.26   San Francisco San Fran Universal Health Care Praised Aug.27   PG&E   PG&E wants to store wind, solar energy  Pacific Gas and Electric Co. wants to take energy from wind farms and solar power plants and store it underground   SF Bayview 1 Killed, 1 Hurt In Shooting Aug.28   Giants   Giants claim Hoffman off waivers  Milwaukee Brewers star closer Trevor Hoffman has been claimed on waivers   SF Downtown Fire Breaks Out At Fire Dept. HQ   Pac Bell Park   Giants gained ground on the wild-card
  Lincecum struck out 8 in 8 innings to end a four-start winless stretch, Sandoval homered and the Giants leading Rockies with a 2-0 victory
  Treasure Island   Tug That Sank In Bay Recovered  300-ton tug Wenonah that sank at its berth has been recovered from the bottom of San Francisco Bay by a massive barge crane Aug.29   SF City Hall   SF Asks Judge To Lift Ban On Bike Plan  San Francisco is asking a judge to lift a 3-year-old injunction on the bike plan now that an environmental review has been completed   Pac Bell Park   Zito cut Rockies' wild-card lead to 1 game  Zito carried a shutout into the ninth inning, Sandoval homered and the Giants got within a game of Colorado for the wild card by beating them... Aug.30   SF Bayview   4-alarm blaze spread to five buildings Map of 526 Wallace Avenue San Francisco  The started around 11 a.m. and aggressively spread   San Francisco   Crews combatting 3-alarm fire   The fire occurred at 1:16 p.m. in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood   Pac Bell Park   Giants slam Rockies, grab lead share  Renteria hit a go-ahead grand slam in the 7th inning and SF pulled even in the NL wild-card race, beating Colorado 9-5 for a 3-game sweep   SF Downtown   Nummi workers seek lawmakers' support  More than 100 workers in front of Sen. Dianne Feinstein's office protest Toyota's decision to shut down the plant that employs 4,700 people Aug.31   San Francisco   Students Ask Judge To Block Fee Increase  A group of California State University students is asking a SF judge to stop the 23-campus system from raising fees by 20%


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1. 08-01 Online magazines give S.F.'s Zinio a boost San Francisco
C. 08-02 Man Kills Self During Police Traffic Stop McAllister and Baker street, SF Castro
D. 08-02 SF Wins Homeless Soccer Tournament San Francisco
E. 08-03 2 Hikers Held In Iran Were SF Journalists San Francisco
08-04 2 SF Journalists Pardoned In North Korea San Francisco
6. 08-06 Twitter site reopens after attack Twitter
H. 08-07 Gay Marriage Lawyers Say No To Help San Francisco
8. 08-10 Home value drop-off slows San Francisco



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San Francisco
Billionaire buys half-off office building
Schwab sued over securities
SF's Oldest Restaurant Damaged In Fire
300+ Restaurant Certifications Revoked
Nummi workers seek lawmakers' support
49ers' Crabtree skips camp
Manny goes deep as Dodgers crush Giants
Rockies stun Giants, 6-4
Giants gained ground on the wild-card
Giants claim Hoffman off waivers
Zito cut Rockies' wild-card lead to 1 game
Giants slam Rockies, grab lead share
Man Kills Self During Police Traffic Stop
Fire displaced 6, caused $1.35M damage
Woman Falls From Balcony Of Building
Body Found In Embarcadero Storm Drain
SF's Oldest Restaurant Damaged In Fire
Tug That Sank In Bay Recovered
4-alarm blaze spread to five buildings
Sup. Daly Cleared In Residency Probe
300+ Restaurant Certifications Revoked
SF Asks Judge To Lift Ban On Bike Plan
Nummi workers seek lawmakers' support
1 Killed, 1 Hurt In Shooting
Manny goes deep as Dodgers crush Giants
Giants win on walk-off HR
Rockies stun Giants, 6-4
Giants gained ground on the wild-card
Giants claim Hoffman off waivers
Zito cut Rockies' wild-card lead to 1 game
Giants slam Rockies, grab lead share
SF Downtown
Billionaire buys half-off office building
SF's Oldest Restaurant Damaged In Fire
Nummi workers seek lawmakers' support
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Fire displaced 6, caused $1.35M damage
Woman Falls From Balcony Of Building
Body Found In Embarcadero Storm Drain
SF's Oldest Restaurant Damaged In Fire
Nummi workers seek lawmakers' support
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Pac Bell Park Your ad is here
Giants gained ground on the wild-card
Zito cut Rockies' wild-card lead to 1 game
Giants slam Rockies, grab lead share
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Giants gained ground on the wild-card
Zito cut Rockies' wild-card lead to 1 game
Giants slam Rockies, grab lead share
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Rockies stun Giants, 6-4
Giants claim Hoffman off waivers
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Rockies stun Giants, 6-4
Giants claim Hoffman off waivers
SF City Hall
300+ Restaurant Certifications Revoked
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300+ Restaurant Certifications Revoked
SF Asks Judge To Lift Ban On Bike Plan
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