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Levi's 4Q Profit Doubles Corpse discovered in van in police lot  A man and his girlfriend are wanted after the discovery of body of Leonard Hoskins in a van that was sitting in a police impound lot Sharper Image replaces CEO Lightman  Specialty retailer Sharper Image Corp. announced that Robert Conway, a founding member of Conway, is taking over immediately Fire Burns Building   Bonds failed drug test in 2000  That drug test was included in the indictment unsealed last year. Government urges judge to keep Bonds indictment on track Woman on scooter severely hurt in crash   Tiger Exhibit Renovated After Fatal Attack  Once the lions and tigers acclimate to their surroundings, officials will decide when visitors can see the cats Old Navy's top exec steps down Bankruptcy for Sharper Image
Zoo experts denounce poor conditions  The experts invited by animal activists to visit the Zoo found outdated exhibits and stressed out animals Leno wants to make Milk's birthday holiday Bill Clinton Returns In Support Of Hillary Tiger killers recommended for medals TIC owners decry condo conversion rules Disability rights group sues national parks Filmmakers Recreate Harvey Milk March  Thousands filled the streets to recreate the scene of a candlelight march after Milk's and Moscone's assassination. The shoot is for the movie 'Milk' Last U.S. ocean liner take last cruise Bay Area Congressman Tom Lantos Dies


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  The only Holocaust survivor to serve in Congress was 80. He was surrounded by his wife, Annette, two daughters
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  The retail chain known for selling expensive gadgets filed for bankruptcy protection, saying it plans to sell off stores and inventory
Feb.21   SF Bayview Voters to decide on Candlestick Point   San Francisco     Bonds: Typos could compromise case
  Barry Bonds seized on a pair of typos, complaining in court papers that the mistakes could compromise his chances for a fair trial
  San Francisco   Man convicted in 1972 murder of nurse  The family of 22-year-old Diana Sylvester embraced as a jury found 74-year-old John Puckett guilty of first-degree murder Feb.22   San Francisco Upbeat S.F. tourism outlook   Berkeley Cody's Books moving to smaller space Feb.23   SF Downtown   State GOP Gathers To Boost McCain  Thousands of Republican party members gathered for the group's annual state convention   PG&E PG&E Corp. has big rise in quarter profit   SF Downtown Parade celebrates Chinese new year Feb.24   SF Tenderloin   10-Year-Old Girl Missing   Mireya Zapata, a Hispanic female with dark eyes and brown hair, was reported missing around 10:30 a.m.   SF Downtown InterContinental Hotel to open   San Francisco   2 Residences Burn In 3-Alarm Blaze   The fire at 71 Cuvier St. near Bosworth Street was reported at about 10:55 p.m. and spread to the building next door at 77 Cuvier St.   San Francisco Weekend storm not as strong as expected   SF Tenderloin Missing 10-Year-Old Girl Found Safe Feb.25   San Francisco   Visa readies record $18.8 billion IPO
  The world's largest electronic payment processing company, filed paperwork for what may be the richest-ever IPO, hoping to raise $18.8 billion
  San Francisco Sharper Image be delisted from NASDAQ Feb.26   SF City Hall   Academy of Art saving Flower Mart  Relenting to City Hall pressure, the university appears ready to pull out of a controversial plan to buy the Flower Mart   PG&E PG&E to fund forest projects Feb.27   San Jose   13 Arrested As FBI Targets Meth Ring  200 federal law-enforcement officers are targeting a methamphetamine distribution ring raided locations throughout the Bay Area Feb.28   SF City Hall   $1.6m in reverse discrimination suit  The city will pay $1.6 million to 12 police officers who claimed they were passed over for promotions because of reverse discrimination   Bay Bridge   Good Samaritan Killed  36-year-old Anthony Christopher Shafer who flew onto the hood and through the windshield of a vehicle died at a hospital later that night   San Francisco   Ex-Supe Gonzalez Picked As Nader Mate
  Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader introduced former SF supervisor Matt Gonzalez as his running mate in the November election
  Gap 4Q Profit Up By 21%   South of Market   Huge InterContinental Hotel opened Map of Howard and Fifth street San Francisco  The InterContinental San Francisco, the largest hotel to open in the city in nearly 20 years, hopes to serve Moscone crowds   SF City Hall Nightclub reforms to make loitering a crime Feb.29   San Francisco     Judge to unseal Bonds' '03 testimony  A federal judge ordered that Barry Bonds' grand jury testimony be unsealed, and what he said under oath soon will be made public   San Francisco   Judge allows Wikileaks site to re-open  A federal judge who shuttered the renegade Web site reversed the decision and allowed the site to re-open in the United States   Candlestick   Stadium Gets 'Candlestick' Name Back  After 2 naming rights agreements with corporate sponsors, the 49ers and city announced their aging stadium will be known as Candlestick Park


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1. 02-01 Zoo experts denounce poor conditions SF Zoo
2. 02-08 Filmmakers Recreate Harvey Milk March SF Castro
02-11 Bay Area Congressman Tom Lantos Dies San Francisco
E. 02-13 Corpse discovered in van in police lot San Francisco
F. 02-14 Sharper Image replaces CEO Lightman San Francisco
G. 02-14 Bonds failed drug test in 2000 San Francisco
H. 02-18 Tiger Exhibit Renovated After Fatal Attack SF Zoo
I. 02-20 Bankruptcy for Sharper Image San Francisco
J. 02-21 Bonds: Typos could compromise case San Francisco



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TIC owners decry condo conversion rules
Old Navy's top exec steps down
InterContinental Hotel to open
Academy of Art saving Flower Mart
Huge InterContinental Hotel opened
4Q Profit Up By 21%
Zoo experts denounce poor conditions
TIC owners decry condo conversion rules
Voters to decide on Candlestick Point
State GOP Gathers To Boost McCain
$1.6m in reverse discrimination suit
Nightclub reforms to make loitering a crime
Fire Burns Building
Woman on scooter severely hurt in crash
Tiger Exhibit Renovated After Fatal Attack
10-Year-Old Girl Missing
Missing 10-Year-Old Girl Found Safe
Good Samaritan Killed
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Voters to decide on Candlestick Point
Stadium Gets 'Candlestick' Name Back
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InterContinental Hotel to open
Huge InterContinental Hotel opened
State GOP Gathers To Boost McCain
Fire Burns Building
10-Year-Old Girl Missing
Missing 10-Year-Old Girl Found Safe
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TIC owners decry condo conversion rules
Academy of Art saving Flower Mart
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