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B. 01-02 4 Passengers Survive Plane Crash Palo Alto
C. 01-04 Officer-involved shooting Santa Clara
01-06 Student presumed dead after tsunami Stanford
E. 01-08 Stanford ends Zona's 9-game win streak Stanford
5. 01-11 Quarter profit falls, but sales set record Intel
6. 01-11 Rambus appoints new CEO Los Altos
H. 01-12 City Council names oldest mayor at 78 Palo Alto
8. 01-12 Profits quadruple as iPod sales surge Apple

National Semiconductor to cut 550 jobs Stanford ends Zona's 9-game win streak  Grunfeld finished with a career-high 29, and Stanford snapped Arizona's 9-game winning streak with a 87-76 victory Device allows 3-D pictures of heart Jobs unveils cut-rate computer
First Bay Area baby 4 Passengers Survive Plane Crash  Mechanical problems may have caused the Piper 2000 to crash as it tried to land. Passengers walked away Officer-involved shooting  Eric Kleemeyer, 22, allegedly rammed a police vehicle with his car and was killed after 3 officers opened fire on him Man killed after struck by 2 vehicles Google to launch charitable foundation Researchers build laser on single chip Student presumed dead after tsunami


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Jan.6   Stanford  
  MBA student James Willis Hsu was reported missing in Thailand. His family is planning a memorial service for him
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Jan.11   SF Downtown  
  Apple Computer chief executive introduced the computer the size of a paperback and a tiny iPod that starts at $99
  Intel   Quarter profit falls, but sales set record  4th-quarter profits fell 2%. The company benefited from strong holiday demand for computer chips   Los Altos   Rambus appoints new CEO  Chief executive Geoff Tate has taken over as chairman of the company. He was replaced as CEO by Harold Hughes Jan.12   Palo Alto   City Council names oldest mayor at 78  Vice mayor Jim Burch became the oldest mayor in the city's history. He succeeds Bern Beecham   Apple   Profits quadruple as iPod sales surge
  1st-quarter is dramatically exceeding expectations, based on strong sales of laptop computers and music players
Jan.13   Google   Google settles SEC charges  Google is signing a cease-and-desist order without admitting or denying the allegations of illegally issuing options   Palo Alto Speaker to students: stripping lucrative   Sun Fiscal second-quarter profit Jan.14   Palo Alto 2 sightings of mountain lions Jan.15   Yahoo Yahoo! CEO says Oracle Layoffs still OK Jan.17   Intel Intel streamlines marketing, development   Yahoo Verizon teams up with Yahoo Jan.18   Mountain View 2-alarm fire at apartment building   Yahoo   Quarter profit nearly triples on strong ads  Internet giant 4th quarter profit easily beat Wall Street expectations. It earned $373 million, or 25 cents per share   AMD $30 million fourth-quarter loss Jan.19   Palo Alto   Agilent Technologies CEO to step down  Edward 'Ned' Barnholt is stepping down as chairman and chief executive, ending his rocky tenure Jan.21   HP   HP settles patent disputes with Intergraph  Hewlett-Packard has agreed to pay $141 million to the software maker. HP shares fell 6 cents to $19.96   Stanford   Students Strip for Tsunami Relief  More than a dozen freshmen stripped down to make a calendar. They posed so as to not show too much nudity Jan.24   Highway 101   2 teens seriously injured on 101   Adriana Snider, 18, and Ashley Wilson, 15, were traveling at 1 a.m. when Snider feel asleep behind the wheel   HP   Board considers shifting Fiorina duties  Hewlett-Packard board of directors discussed shifting some day-to-day responsibilities from CEO to other executives   Apple   iTunes sells 250 million songs  Music downloads are selling at a rate of more than a million per day Jan.30   Santa Clara   Boy allegedly stabbed his brother to death
  A 16-year-old is in police custody on suspicion of stabbing his 17-year-old brother
  Cupertino   Held for Cruising Megan's Law Database  A convicted child molester was arrested for allegedly using the database of registered sex offenders to troll for dates Jan.31   Santa Clara   Man allegedly shooting his father  41-year-old Daniel DeJusus Camacho is in police custody for allegedly shooting 82-year-old Jose Camacho   Stanford   Groping, Peeping Incidents at Dorms
  2 men sneaked into dorms and either groped or peeped at female student
  HP   Alternative to transistors proposed  Researchers at Hewlett-Packard have demonstrated a technology, crossbar latches, that could replace the transistors   Mountain View   Man allegedly abducted his son  30-year-old Salvador Garrido was visiting with his 3-year-old son, but failed to return the boy to his mother



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Silicon Valley
National Semiconductor to cut 550 jobs
Quarter profit falls, but sales set record
Rambus appoints new CEO
Profits quadruple as iPod sales surge
Google settles SEC charges
Fiscal second-quarter profit
Yahoo! CEO says Oracle Layoffs still OK
Intel streamlines marketing, development
Quarter profit nearly triples on strong ads
Agilent Technologies CEO to step down
Officer-involved shooting
Boy allegedly stabbed his brother to death
Held for Cruising Megan's Law Database
Man allegedly shooting his father
Man allegedly abducted his son
4 Passengers Survive Plane Crash
Man killed after struck by 2 vehicles
2 sightings of mountain lions
2-alarm fire at apartment building
2 teens seriously injured on 101
Researchers build laser on single chip
Speaker to students: stripping lucrative
Researchers build laser on single chip
Verizon teams up with Yahoo
Quarter profit nearly triples on strong ads
iTunes sells 250 million songs
Palo Alto
Fiscal second-quarter profit
Agilent Technologies CEO to step down
HP settles patent disputes with Intergraph
Board considers shifting Fiorina duties
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4 Passengers Survive Plane Crash
2 sightings of mountain lions
2 teens seriously injured on 101
Speaker to students: stripping lucrative
Alternative to transistors proposed
Alternative to transistors proposed
Peninsula
HP settles patent disputes with Intergraph
Board considers shifting Fiorina duties
Students Strip for Tsunami Relief
Groping, Peeping Incidents at Dorms
Student presumed dead after tsunami
2 teens seriously injured on 101
Device allows 3-D pictures of heart
Alternative to transistors proposed
Alternative to transistors proposed
Santa Clara
National Semiconductor to cut 550 jobs
Quarter profit falls, but sales set record
Intel streamlines marketing, development
Officer-involved shooting
Boy allegedly stabbed his brother to death
Man allegedly shooting his father
Man killed after struck by 2 vehicles
Researchers build laser on single chip
Researchers build laser on single chip
Stanford Your ad is here
Students Strip for Tsunami Relief
Groping, Peeping Incidents at Dorms
Student presumed dead after tsunami
Device allows 3-D pictures of heart
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Mountain View
Google settles SEC charges
Man allegedly abducted his son
2-alarm fire at apartment building
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Sunnyvale
Yahoo! CEO says Oracle Layoffs still OK
Verizon teams up with Yahoo
Quarter profit nearly triples on strong ads
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Verizon teams up with Yahoo
Quarter profit nearly triples on strong ads
HP
HP settles patent disputes with Intergraph
Board considers shifting Fiorina duties
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Alternative to transistors proposed
Alternative to transistors proposed
Yahoo
Yahoo! CEO says Oracle Layoffs still OK
Quarter profit nearly triples on strong ads
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Verizon teams up with Yahoo
Quarter profit nearly triples on strong ads
Intel
Quarter profit falls, but sales set record
Intel streamlines marketing, development
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Researchers build laser on single chip
Researchers build laser on single chip
Cupertino
Profits quadruple as iPod sales surge
iTunes sells 250 million songs
Held for Cruising Megan's Law Database
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iTunes sells 250 million songs
Apple
Profits quadruple as iPod sales surge
iTunes sells 250 million songs
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iTunes sells 250 million songs
San Francisco
Jobs unveils cut-rate computer
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Jobs unveils cut-rate computer
Google
Google settles SEC charges
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