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Summary.     Click for More > Cry for help on 911 tape after fracas Investigation of son of Assistant Chief 2 steel plates caused commuter backup First Asian bishop in United States  Pope John Paul II has appointed Monsignor Ignatius Wang as the first bishop of Asian ancestry Car hit officer Scaffolding Collapsed Body recovery operation Mother filed lawsuit against Bridge   Bonds' home run ball must be sold  Neither Popov nor Hayashi could claim ownership of the historic ball, hit by Bonds for his 73rd home run Projected budget deficit topped $200M SLA fugitive pleads innocent  James Kilgore pleaded innocent to explosives counts and other charges Trial ordered in party boat slaying Thousands of Children Receive Free Toys Zero-emission vehicles ride free Bald eagle from Zoo recovered Rainbow Grocery ended Israeli boycott SFPD negotiating with shooter 4 separate assaults with deadly weapons  5 injuried after fight. Man being assaulted with bottles and baseball bats. Woman rammed a car into her ex-husband's car Church served 2,000 pounds of prime rib Massive water main break
Hundreds Gather For World AIDS Day Singer sued Opera Association Policeman kills self on Hall of Justice steps
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Dec.7   South of Market
  Michael Block had been suspended for allegedly possessing child pornography at his home and at work
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Dec.15   Treasure Island
Dec.18   Golden Gate Bridge
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Dec.19   SF City Hall
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Dec.21   SF Mission
Dec.22   Golden Gate Bridge
Dec.23   San Bruno
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1. 12-01 Hundreds Gather For World AIDS Day San Francisco
C. 12-05 Singer sued Opera Association San Francisco
12-07 Policeman kills self on Hall of Justice steps South of Market
E. 12-10 Cry for help on 911 tape after fracas San Francisco
F. 12-10 Investigation of son of Assistant Chief San Francisco
G. 12-13 First Asian bishop in United States San Francisco
7. 12-14 Scaffolding Collapsed San Francisco
I. 12-18 Bonds' home run ball must be sold San Francisco



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San Francisco
Stabbing at United Nations Plaza
$450,000 for a sexual harassment
Mother filed lawsuit against Bridge
Women's mural vandalized for 5th time
Stabbed in chest
SFPD negotiating with shooter
Israeli products to be dropped
Trust elects new executive director
Fiona Ma wins race for supervisor
No ballot shortages in runoff races
Photo exhibition addresses human rights
Projected budget deficit topped $200M
Thousands of Children Receive Free Toys
Church served 2,000 pounds of prime rib
Policeman kills self on Hall of Justice steps
2 arrested following 120 mph chase
2 steel plates caused commuter backup
Body recovery operation
Pedestrian killed by taxicab
Motorcyclist crashed into parked car
Massive water main break
Israeli products to be dropped
Financial privacy protections voted
Projected budget deficit topped $200M
Zero-emission vehicles ride free
Park Could Be Renamed as SBC Park
49ers lost to Packers, 20-14
SF Downtown
Stabbing at United Nations Plaza
Photo exhibition addresses human rights
Church served 2,000 pounds of prime rib
Policeman kills self on Hall of Justice steps
2 arrested following 120 mph chase
Pedestrian killed by taxicab
Massive water main break
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SF City Hall
$450,000 for a sexual harassment
No ballot shortages in runoff races
2 Supervisors sworn in
Projected budget deficit topped $200M
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Financial privacy protections voted
Projected budget deficit topped $200M
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West San Francisco
Stabbed in chest
SFPD negotiating with shooter
Trust elects new executive director
Fiona Ma wins race for supervisor
Storm closed Great Highway
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Bay Area Bridges
Mother filed lawsuit against Bridge
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2 steel plates caused commuter backup
Zero-emission vehicles ride free
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SF Mission
Women's mural vandalized for 5th time
Israeli products to be dropped
Thousands of Children Receive Free Toys
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Israeli products to be dropped
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Hundreds Gather For World AIDS Day  People gathered at the National AIDS Memorial Grove 7 Colombian stowaways aboard a vessel Homelessness on Rise Singer sued Opera Association  Alexandra Nehra is claiming Association's fog machine has caused her asthma and other ailments More Charges Against SFPD Rookie Wolfowitz speaks at Commonwealth Club Policeman kills self on Hall of Justice steps


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 San Francisco  Mail theft ring broken up
Dec.6  SF Mission  Israeli products to be dropped
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Dec.7   South of Market  
  Michael Block had been suspended for allegedly possessing child pornography at his home and at work
Dec.9   SF Presidio Trust elects new executive director
 SF Downtown  Stabbing at United Nations Plaza Dec.10   San Francisco   Cry for help on 911 tape after fracas  23-year-old Adam Snyder told the dispatcher that off-duty officers started fight 'over nothing'   San Francisco 911 tapes of alleged beating by officers  SF City Hall  Financial privacy protections voted  SF Downtown  2 arrested following 120 mph chase   San Francisco     Investigation of son of Assistant Chief  A criminal police report filed on what happened Nov. 20 involving 3 police officers, including Alex Fagan Junior   SF Sunset Fiona Ma wins race for supervisor Dec.11  SF City Hall  No ballot shortages in runoff races   Pac Bell Park Park Could Be Renamed as SBC Park  San Francisco  Crack down on homeless along tracks Dec.12   Bay Bridge   2 steel plates caused commuter backup  The pair of 3-foot-wide plates are located on the upper deck extended morning drives by an hour or longer this week Dec.13   San Francisco   First Asian bishop in United States
  Pope John Paul II has appointed Monsignor Ignatius Wang as the first bishop of Asian ancestry
  San Francisco   Car hit officer  While officers were investigating accident another car came at them sliding sideways and slides right into them Dec.14  Ocean Beach  Body of male was found  SF Downtown  Photo exhibition addresses human rights  San Francisco  Dry dock towed back to port   San Francisco   Scaffolding Collapsed  High winds caused scaffolding on a 6-story building to collapse. Many boats have been pulled away from their moorings Dec.15  SF City Hall  2 Supervisors sworn in   Treasure Island   Body recovery operation  The body was located on the rocks near the marina on the north shore of the Treasure Island   Candlestick 49ers lost to Packers, 20-14 Dec.17  SF City Hall  $450,000 for a sexual harassment  PG&E  Former PG&E CEO dies at age 72 Dec.18   Golden Gate Bridge   Mother filed lawsuit against Bridge  Renee Milligan is the mother of a 14-year-old Santa Rosa girl who killed herself by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge   San Francisco     Bonds' home run ball must be sold
  Neither Popov nor Hayashi could claim ownership of the historic ball, hit by Bonds for his 73rd home run
Dec.19  SF City Hall  'State of the bureau' report   SF City Hall   Projected budget deficit topped $200M  Officials were expecting a $170 million local shortfall. The state's $35 billion cash crunch will increase the damage  San Francisco  Fortuneteller crackdown possible  SF Mission  Women's mural vandalized for 5th time Dec.20   SF Downtown Motorcyclist crashed into parked car  SF Downtown  Pedestrian killed by taxicab   San Francisco   SLA fugitive pleads innocent
  James Kilgore pleaded innocent to explosives counts and other charges
  San Francisco   Trial ordered in party boat slaying  27-year-old William O. Monaghan allegedly tossed a Swiss citizen off a party boat on the bay and had punched him  San Francisco  Dog mauling civil suit settled  Ingleside  Stabbed in chest Dec.21   San Francisco Blaze damaged 2 boats   SF Mission   Thousands of Children Receive Free Toys  2,000 children received free toys in the annual giveaway at the police station   San Francisco Basketball great Hank Luisetti dies at 86   SF Sunset Storm closed Great Highway   Fishermans Wharf Museum reopens Dec.22   Golden Gate Bridge   Zero-emission vehicles ride free  Vehicles run only on electricity, propane or natural gas will ride free during the morning and afternoon commute   SF City Hall Not enough money to close investigations Dec.23   San Bruno   Bald eagle from Zoo recovered  After a brief flight of freedom, a prized eagle was recovered safely from a mountain top   San Francisco   Rainbow Grocery ended Israeli boycott  Grocery ended a partial boycott of Israeli-made goods after 200 demonstrators filled the parking lot of cooperative  San Francisco  Giants' Benito Santiago, denies pot use   San Francisco Lead in String of Murders   SF Richmond   SFPD negotiating with shooter  Officers and negotiators have set up a perimeter where a man with a gun remains holed up in a building   SF Downtown Sexual assault Dec.24   San Francisco New complaint involving rookie officer   SF Richmond Barricaded man apprehended   SF Downtown Squad car rear-ended during pursuit Dec.25   San Francisco   4 separate assaults with deadly weapons
  5 injuried after fight. Man being assaulted with bottles and baseball bats. Woman rammed a car into her ex-husband's car
  SF Downtown   Church served 2,000 pounds of prime rib  Glide Memorial United Methodist Church will be providing meals and hope to an estimated 8,000 people in need   San Francisco City to receive 4 turbines   SF Downtown FAO Schwarz leaving Union Square   SF Sunset Second annual 99-cent gas day Dec.26   San Francisco Atheists appealing to U.S. Supreme Court   UCSF Life-saving liver transplant   SF Downtown   Massive water main break  Area at Post and Stockton Streets in Union Square was closed to traffic while firefighters continue cleaning up Dec.29   San Francisco 21-year-old woman missing Dec.31   San Francisco Inmate mistakenly released