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B. 12-02 San Francisco, Shanghai renew sistership San Francisco
C. 12-03 Mayor Recruits Students For Anti-Graffiti SF City Hall
D. 12-04 Student died after falling from building SFSU
E. 12-04 Anxious Moments During Bridge Closure Bay Bridge
F. 12-06 Treasure Island School To Shut Its Doors Treasure Island
12-07 Video sparked investigation into SFPD SF City Hall
7. 12-08 Police Officers Suspended Over Video SF City Hall
8. 12-09 More Tapes in Police Scandal San Francisco
9. 12-09 Captain: I Did Not Participate In Video SF City Hall

Summary.     Click for More > Police Officers Suspended Over Video More Tapes in Police Scandal Captain: I Did Not Participate In Video 8 video scandal officers returning to work New Archbishop From Salt Lake City  Pope Benedict XVI has named Monsignor George Niederauer, 69, to be the archbishop of San Francisco All Suspended SFPD Officers Reinstated Powerful Storm Knocks Out Power Pedestrian Fatally Struck by Bus Protestors Outraged By Pot Club Raid IBM to Buy Micromuse for $865M in Cash Officer arrested on sex, drug charges City Seeks Wi-Fi Proposals For City Drive By Shooting RockSlide On Telegraph Hill Rare Violin Stolen From Trunk Of Car City Murder Rate Highest In 10 Years  Police Department maintains that many of the 96 killings this year could not have been prevented Police: Stolen Violin Story A Hoax  A passer-by saw the blue violin case. Sabina Rhee-Nakajima, 23, admitted making up the story
San Francisco, Shanghai renew sistership  Sister cities since 1980 have revisited their agreement of friendship in Shanghai Mayor Recruits Students For Anti-Graffiti Student died after falling from building Anxious Moments During Bridge Closure Treasure Island School To Shut Its Doors Video sparked investigation into SFPD
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Student died after falling from building
Anxious Moments During Bridge Closure
Fall victim may have been fight spectator
Volunteers Search For Missing Man
Rain Delays Opening Of FasTrak Lanes
Supe Frustrated Over MUNI Deaths
RockSlide On Telegraph Hill
Residents complain to DA
Christian conservative group dropping WF
Video sparked investigation into SFPD
Police Officers Suspended Over Video
Captain: I Did Not Participate In Video
8 video scandal officers returning to work
All Suspended SFPD Officers Reinstated
Supe Frustrated Over MUNI Deaths
Residents complain to DA
Police Probe Afternoon Shooting
Deadly Shooting At Market
Drive By Shooting
City Murder Rate Highest In 10 Years
49ers Lose To Cardinals 17 to 10
Giants land Morris
Giants finally acquire Finley
49ers Come Back On Rams, Win 24-20
Mayor Recruits Students For Anti-Graffiti
Officials Consider Closing 19 Schools
Treasure Island School To Shut Its Doors
New Female Tiger
City Seeks Wi-Fi Proposals For City
New Chief Hired For Troubled MUNI
Governor's Stall Cost State $81 Million
SF City Hall
Supe Frustrated Over MUNI Deaths
Video sparked investigation into SFPD
Police Officers Suspended Over Video
Captain: I Did Not Participate In Video
8 video scandal officers returning to work
All Suspended SFPD Officers Reinstated
City Murder Rate Highest In 10 Years
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Mayor Recruits Students For Anti-Graffiti
Officials Consider Closing 19 Schools
City Seeks Wi-Fi Proposals For City
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Dec.1   San Rafael
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  Sister cities since 1980 have revisited their agreement of friendship in Shanghai
 Treasure Island  Woman body found floating Dec.3   SF City Hall     Mayor Recruits Students For Anti-Graffiti  The Department of Public Works is working to find volunteers around the city to commit to painting over graffiti   Western Addition Residents complain to DA
Dec.4   SFSU   Student died after falling from building  Ivan Zimmerman, 21, fell from an exterior stairway landing in the Village at Centennial Square residential building   PG&E PG&E Seeks Rate Hike  SF City Hall  Officials Consider Closing 19 Schools   Bay Bridge   Anxious Moments During Bridge Closure  Suspicious package was reported. Using a remote controlled robotic arm, officers determined it was not an explosive   Wells Fargo Christian conservative group dropping WF   Candlestick 49ers Lose To Cardinals 17 to 10 Dec.5   SFSU Fall victim may have been fight spectator  San Francisco  Bus Accident Kills Pedestrian Dec.6   Treasure Island   Treasure Island School To Shut Its Doors  The SF Unified School District Board voted unanimously to close Treasure Island School   SF Mission Police Probe Afternoon Shooting Dec.7  SF City Hall  New Chief Hired For Troubled MUNI   San Francisco Drug overdose later deemed homicide   SF City Hall   Video sparked investigation into SFPD
  Video footage released by Newsom has sparked an investigation into allegations of racism, sexism and corruption
 Mayor Newsom and Police Chief Fong showed and denounced several clips produced by members of SFPD. At least one officer has been suspended after police officials learned of a videotape parodying life on the job that featured uniformed officers and stereotypes of suspects
Dec.8   SF City Hall   Police Officers Suspended Over Video  A parody video that features officers has led to the suspension of at least 20 police officers   Eastern Span Governor's Stall Cost State $81 Million   San Francisco Trademark granted to 'Dykes on Bikes' Dec.9   San Francisco   More Tapes in Police Scandal  The new videos were not put on the officer's website; the mayor is not going to be making them public   San Francisco Oral HIV Test Delivering False Positives   SF City Hall   Captain: I Did Not Participate In Video  SFPD Capt. Richard Bruce said he had no idea his image was used in the video until he saw his picture in the Chronicle Dec.10   San Francisco SFPD Officers Defend Humor In Video   San Francisco Residents Escape 3-Alarm Fire  San Francisco  Hotels rebuff unions   Golden Gate Park Volunteers Search For Missing Man Dec.11  San Francisco  3-alarm fire Dec.12   Giants Giants land Morris Dec.13   SF City Hall   8 video scandal officers returning to work  The Bayview Station officers were less involved than other suspended in creating a video Dec.14  San Francisco  Rents top U.S. charts  SF Bayview  3 Hurt, Car Mangled In Accident Dec.15   San Francisco   New Archbishop From Salt Lake City
  Pope Benedict XVI has named Monsignor George Niederauer, 69, to be the archbishop of San Francisco
  North Beach Water main break floods neighborhood  Schwab  Charles Schwab leaving NYSE for Nasdaq   SF City Hall   All Suspended SFPD Officers Reinstated  All 24 police officers involved in a controversial video skit are on the job again, including the videomaker Cohen Dec.17   Bay Bridge Rain Delays Opening Of FasTrak Lanes Dec.18   San Francisco Police discovered homicide victim   San Francisco   Powerful Storm Knocks Out Power  Some 44,000 businesses and homes are in the dark. There have been 100 separate blackouts   Ocean Beach Body Found Near Water On Ocean Beach   SF Tenderloin Deadly Shooting At Market Dec.19   SF Zoo New Female Tiger   San Francisco   Pedestrian Fatally Struck by Bus  64-year-old who was hit by a Municipal Railway bus in the 1600 block of Haight Street near Golden Gate Park Dec.20   SF City Hall Supe Frustrated Over MUNI Deaths   San Francisco Tree crashed into bedroom  San Francisco  Gasoline spill of about 20 gallons   San Francisco   Protestors Outraged By Pot Club Raid  Nearly 100 medical marijuana demonstrators gathered in the rain to vehemently protest the pending raid Dec.21   San Francisco   IBM to Buy Micromuse for $865M in Cash  Micromuse makes software that manages video and voice traffic on computer networks   San Francisco Discrimination lawsuit can go to trial   Giants Giants finally acquire Finley Dec.22   San Francisco   Officer arrested on sex, drug charges  Michael Turkington, 35, was arrested for alleged violations of oral copulation, false imprisonment Dec.23  Gap  Gap Pays CEO, Other Execs $10.1 Million Dec.24  San Francisco  Man stabbed multiple times   49ers 49ers Come Back On Rams, Win 24-20   SF City Hall     City Seeks Wi-Fi Proposals For City  The city issued a request for proposals to provide a 'free or affordable' city-wide wireless broadband network Dec.26   North Beach   Drive By Shooting  The male victim was killed at around 2 a.m. just outside the North Beach's Velvet Lounge Dec.27  SF City Hall  SFPD May Have Exceeded OT Budget Dec.29   SF Downtown   RockSlide On Telegraph Hill  Dozens were forced from their homes. The boulder dragged dirt and mud onto streets   San Francisco   Rare Violin Stolen From Trunk Of Car  A violin worth $175,000 is stolen from a musician Sabina Nakajima's car. The car was towed Dec.30   SF City Hall   City Murder Rate Highest In 10 Years
  Police Department maintains that many of the 96 killings this year could not have been prevented
  San Francisco   Police: Stolen Violin Story A Hoax
  A passer-by saw the blue violin case. Sabina Rhee-Nakajima, 23, admitted making up the story