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08-01 40 hurt in 2 Muni crashes: 'It was like an earthquake' Third Street and Innes Avenue, SF Bayview
C. 08-01 Giants' Matt Cain to undergo elbow surgery Giants
3. 08-02 6 rescued after canoe in race capsizes by Golden Gate Bridge Golden Gate Bridge
4. 08-04 4-alarm fire in building undergoing renovations 45 McAllister St, SF Downtown
F. 08-05 CHP probing whether Bay Bridge critics were muzzled Bay Bridge
6. 08-08 San Jose, Saratoga to be sprayed for West Nile mosquitoes West San Francisco
H. 08-09 Fake tickets at Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival Golden Gate Park
I. 08-11 Hunt for killer after S.F. dirt-bike double slaying 1400 La Salle Avenue, SF Bayview
J. 08-13 Found beaten man taken off life support Church and Duboce, San Francisco

Giants' Matt Cain to undergo elbow surgery  Giants starter Matt Cain is expected to undergo surgery to remove bone chips and spurs from his throwing elbow 6 rescued after canoe in race capsizes by Golden Gate Bridge  The captain of a nearby sailboat hauled two people around 3 p.m. and then radioed the Coast Guard, which dispatched a 47-foot rescue vessel Mets' deGrom tops SF's Peavy 4-alarm fire in building undergoing renovations   The blaze was reported at 12:03 p.m. Monday at 45 McAllister St., the site of the former Renoir Hotel near United Nations Plaza Suspect arrested in S.F. Marina District stabbing CHP probing whether Bay Bridge critics were muzzled  The state transportation secretary was concerned about reports that officials silenced engineers who called attention to shoddy work Zendesk meets expectations in first earnings report Zynga again disappoints with financial performance 49ers reportedly bracing for 6-8 game ban for Smith Man, 28, fatally shot on Potrero Hill Body found in burned building near Caltrain tracks   San Jose, Saratoga to be sprayed for West Nile mosquitoes  With the discovery of more mosquitoes infected with the deadly virus, the county next week will spray areas to kill virus-carrying mosquitoes Fake tickets at Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival  Golden Gate Park was packed with music fans on the first night of the festival, but a lot of people didn't get in because they got taken Two people shot in S.F.'s Bayview District Hunt for killer after S.F. dirt-bike double slaying Map of 1400 La Salle Avenue San Francisco  Police searched Monday for at least one person who opened fire on two young men as they rode dirt bikes; both crashed, suffering fatal injuries Robin Williams fans flock to 'Mrs. Doubtfire' home Twitter introduces video advertising Found beaten man taken off life support   Bryan Higgins, 31, was found beaten Sunday morning in the city's Duboce Triangle neighborhood 2-alarm fire at church Paul McCartney concert
40 hurt in 2 Muni crashes: 'It was like an earthquake' Map of Third Street and Innes Avenue San Francisco

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Aug.1   SF Bayview  
  A pair of nearly simultaneous crashes- one involving a big rig, the other 2 dump trucks - sent 23 people to the hospital while shutting down roads
 At 1:29 p.m., an outbound 38-Geary bus collided with a dump truck. Seven minutes later, a Muni T-line light-rail train collided with a big rig
Aug.2   Golden Gate Bridge  
Aug.4   SF Downtown  
  SF Marina
 West San Francisco  Thousands lose power in San Francisco
 Ocean Beach  Coast Guard suspends searching for missing boater
Aug.5   Bay Bridge  
  San Francisco
Aug.7   San Francisco
Aug.8   49ers
  Potrero Hill
  San Francisco
  West San Francisco  
Aug.9   Golden Gate Park  
Aug.10   SF Bayview
Aug.11   SF Bayview  
Aug.12   Pacific Heights
Aug.13   San Francisco  
Aug.14   SF Mission
  Sir Paul McCartney performed at the stadium, where he and the other three Beatles played their last ever stadium show in 1966.
 Traffic was so bad, some fans never even made it into the concert Thursday night. Instead they found themselves stuck in the street
Aug.15   SF Bayview San Francisco blaze critically injures man Aug.16   South of Market   Girl, 2, killed, in S.F. hit-and-run crash Map of 833 Mission St San Francisco
  Mi-Yana Gregory was in a crosswalk with a relative when she was hit by a car heading east at 10:37 p.m. Friday
  San Francisco   4 pleaded guilty to lesser charges in German tourist's murder  Four men spend between five and nine years in prison. In 2010, Schrer was killed near Union Square in a shootout between rival gangs   SF Mission Thousands turn out for street food festival in the Mission Aug.17   Levi's Stadium   Official encourage public transportation to 49ers game   The preseason home game for the San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium starts at 1 p.m. today. The team takes on the Denver Broncos   SF Downtown   Cyclist hit in S.F. stolen-minivan wreck dies   Zachary Watson, 29, was hit last month by a suspect fleeing police in a stolen minivan near San Francisco's Union Square   SF Tenderloin Tourist injured in shooting in S.F.'s Tenderloin   Levi's Stadium   Preseason 49ers played to sold out crowd   49ers Faithful fans have been waiting for the first game at the new stadium, even if it was only a preseason exhibition game against the Broncos Aug.18   PG&E PG&E pleaded not guilty to new federal criminal charges   SF Tenderloin Stabbing at San Francisco's Glide Memorial Church Aug.19   49ers   49ers extend defensive tackle Dorsey for two years  The 49ers signed Glenn Dorsey, 29, to a two-year contract extension through 2016 on Tuesday, the team announced   South of Market   Aunt arrested in hit-and-run of 2-year-old  Loyresha Gage, 25, of San Francisco, was caring for 2-year-old Mi'yana Gregory, also of San Francisco, and the pair crossed Mission Street Aug.20   Ingleside Early morning fire sent one person to hospital Aug.21   Gap Gap profit tops estimates as Old Navy boosts sales Aug.24   Antioch S.F. man shot dead in Antioch Aug.26   Bernal Heights San Francisco police investigate death in Bernal Heights   Pac Bell Park   Giants' Bumgarner throws one-hitter vs Rockies  The 24-year-old left-hander carried a perfect game into the eighth inning of the Giants' 3-0 victory against the Rockies   San Francisco   Amazon bets that S.F.'s Twitch will be next ESPN  Amazon.com has is outmaneuvering Google to ink a $1.1 billion deal for a service that lets video game fans watch fellow gamers play   SF Downtown SF police: 1 shot as groups trade shots on Market Aug.27   Bernal Heights Boyfriend arrested in Bernal Heights death Aug.28   Newark Teacher posting tweets that insult stidents   Wells Fargo Wells Fargo big winner when LendingClub goes public   SF Bayview Worker killed by SF city truck in Bayview   Highway 280   NB Highway 280 closed for seismic retrofit Map of Interstate 280 San Francisco
  Northbound Interstate 280 will remain closed through the Labor Day weekend as large sections of the highway are removed and new hinges are installed
  Eastern Span Bay Bridge project's rainy-day money is nearly gone Aug.29   49ers     49ers outside linebacker Aldon Smith suspended 9 games  In July, Smith received concurrent 12-day jail sentences for weapons and DUI charges. Smith was also placed on three years' probation   Highway 880 Motorcyclist dies near Bay Bridge, driver sought Aug.31   East San Jose   Police booked 49ers' McDonald on domestic violence charges Map of 2500 Bentley Ridge Driver San Jose
  Officers responded to reports of violence around 2:45 a.m. Ray McDonald was taken into custody without incident and booked into jail
  San Jose   49ers defensive end Ray McDonald released on bail  San Francisco 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald has been released on on $25,000 bail following his arrest on domestic violence charges

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