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B. 01-01 Mayor Newsom engaged to actress Siebel SF City Hall
C. 01-01 Man Killed In Drive-By; 3 Others Hurt 100 Santos Street, San Francisco
D. 01-02 Rep. Lantos retires due to cancer San Francisco
4. 01-02 Vodka Bottle Found In Mauling Victims Car SF Zoo
F. 01-03 Visitors Show Support For Reopened Zoo SF Zoo
01-04 Fiercest Storm In Over 5 Years San Rafael
7. 01-05 Attendance up following fatal tiger attack SF Zoo
I. 01-06 Man Killed In 1 Of 4 Weekend Shootings 295 Terry A Francois Blvd, San Francisco

Summary.     Click for More > Attendance up following fatal tiger attack Geragos Accuses Zoo Of Defamation PG&E's blacked-out is 10-year record Man Who Left Witness Protection Killed Embattled Supervisor Ed Jew Resigns Post Leopard Nearly Escapes From Enclosure Father Killed In Sacred Heart Shooting Apple introduces slim notebook Tiger attack tapes released SFPD search tiger attack victims' car, cells Ex-Brocade CEO Gets Prison Tiger victim admitted drinking, taunting New job for editor Bronstein  Chronicle Editor is leaving his post to assume a broader role in the newspaper division of the Hearst Corp., which owns The Chronicle Bushee New Chronicle Editor  Ward H. Bushee has been named executive vice president and editor of The SF Chronicle, the Hearst Corp. said Dead, Wounded In Gas Station Shooting 1 killed, 2 hurt in demolition of old building Tiger Experts Reviewing Zoo Safety Restaurants asked to ban trans fats Huckabee Heckled, Won't Drop Out
  Mayor Newsom engaged to actress Siebel  San Francisco Mayor proposed to actress Jennifer Siebel in Hawaii and the couple are now engaged to be married Rep. Lantos retires due to cancer  Tom Lantos, a California Democrat will not seek re-election this year because he has cancer of the esophagus Startup Revives SF Free Wi-Fi Project Fiercest Storm In Over 5 Years
Jan.1   SF City Hall
Jan.2   San Francisco
Jan.3   Mountain View
Jan.4   San Rafael
  An arctic storm system is pummeling Bay Area with heavy rain and hurricane-force wind that toppled trees onto houses, flipped big rigs.    The storm knocked out power to hundreds of thousands. Winds up to 84 mph were recorded on Angel Island, 80 mph in the hills...
Jan.5   SF Zoo
Jan.7   SF Zoo
Jan.8   PG&E
Jan.9   SF Mission
Jan.10   SF City Hall
Jan.11   SF Zoo
Jan.13   San Francisco
Jan.15   SF Downtown
  SF Zoo
Jan.16   San Francisco
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Jan.17   SF Zoo
Jan.23   SF Chronicle
Jan.25   SF Chronicle
Jan.26   South of Market
Jan.28   SF Bayview
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Jan.30   SF City Hall
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San Francisco
Geragos Accuses Zoo Of Defamation
Man Who Left Witness Protection Killed
Tiger victim admitted drinking, taunting
New Evidence Suggests Tiger Provoked
Investigators ordered to patrol streets
Dead, Wounded In Gas Station Shooting
Stock tables moving to Web site
Attendance up following fatal tiger attack
Crews working to contain spill
Cal Pacific Med Center signs lease
Apple introduces slim notebook
New job for editor Bronstein
Bushee New Chronicle Editor
Restaurants asked to ban trans fats
Attorney: Zoo took 30 minutes to call 911
Vodka Bottle Found In Mauling Victims Car
Attendance up following fatal tiger attack
Crews working to contain spill
Complaints ignored after 1st tiger attack
Leopard Nearly Escapes From Enclosure
Tiger attack tapes released
Tiger victim admitted drinking, taunting
1 killed, 2 hurt in demolition of old building
Tiger Experts Reviewing Zoo Safety
Mayor Newsom engaged to actress Siebel
Mayor plans low-key sworn-in affair
Tiger attack draws scrutiny to zoo director
Embattled Supervisor Ed Jew Resigns Post
Obama Touts Economic Plan In SF Stop
Restaurants asked to ban trans fats
Attorney: Zoo took 30 minutes to call 911
Vodka Bottle Found In Mauling Victims Car
Attendance up following fatal tiger attack
Complaints ignored after 1st tiger attack
Leopard Nearly Escapes From Enclosure
Tiger attack tapes released
Tiger victim admitted drinking, taunting
New Evidence Suggests Tiger Provoked
Tiger Experts Reviewing Zoo Safety
SF Zoo
Geragos Accuses Zoo Of Defamation
Tiger victim admitted drinking, taunting
New Evidence Suggests Tiger Provoked
Attendance up following fatal tiger attack
Vodka Bottle Found In Mauling Victims Car
Attendance up following fatal tiger attack
Complaints ignored after 1st tiger attack
Leopard Nearly Escapes From Enclosure
Tiger attack tapes released
Tiger victim admitted drinking, taunting
Tiger Experts Reviewing Zoo Safety
Tiger attack draws scrutiny to zoo director
Vodka Bottle Found In Mauling Victims Car
Attendance up following fatal tiger attack
Complaints ignored after 1st tiger attack
Leopard Nearly Escapes From Enclosure
Tiger attack tapes released
Tiger victim admitted drinking, taunting
Tiger Experts Reviewing Zoo Safety
SF City Hall
Investigators ordered to patrol streets
Restaurants asked to ban trans fats
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Mayor Newsom engaged to actress Siebel
Embattled Supervisor Ed Jew Resigns Post
Restaurants asked to ban trans fats
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Dead, Wounded In Gas Station Shooting
Crews working to contain spill
Apple introduces slim notebook
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Bushee New Chronicle Editor
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Jan.1   SF City Hall  
  San Francisco Mayor proposed to actress Jennifer Siebel in Hawaii and the couple are now engaged to be married
  San Francisco Man Killed In Drive-By; 3 Others Hurt
 San Francisco  City's health care for uninsured grows  SF Zoo  Attorney: Zoo took 30 minutes to call 911 Jan.2  SF Chronicle  Stock tables moving to Web site   San Francisco   Rep. Lantos retires due to cancer
  Tom Lantos, a California Democrat will not seek re-election this year because he has cancer of the esophagus
  SF Zoo Vodka Bottle Found In Mauling Victims Car Jan.3   SF Zoo Visitors Show Support For Reopened Zoo  San Francisco  Court arguments in health insurance case   Mountain View     Startup Revives SF Free Wi-Fi Project  Meraki Networks is reviving a crusade that crumbled last year after EarthLink Inc. and Google scrapped their plans Jan.4  SF City Hall  Mayor plans low-key sworn-in affair  49ers  Willis named AP's top defensive rookie   San Rafael   Fiercest Storm In Over 5 Years
  An arctic storm system is pummeling Bay Area with heavy rain and hurricane-force wind that toppled trees onto houses, flipped big rigs
 The storm knocked out power to hundreds of thousands. Winds up to 84 mph were recorded on Angel Island, 80 mph in the hills near Lucas Valley Road in Marin County. Numerous highways were closed because of debris or toppled big rigs blocking lanes
Jan.5   SF Zoo     Attendance up following fatal tiger attack  There were twice as many visitors when the zoo reopened Jan.6   San Francisco Man Killed In 1 Of 4 Weekend Shootings Jan.7   SF Zoo     Geragos Accuses Zoo Of Defamation  An attorney for the brothers who survived a tiger accused officials who'd suggested the young men provoked the incident of character assassination   SF Downtown Crews working to contain spill  San Francisco  Hit-and-run spree suspect to stand trial  South of Market  Cal Pacific Med Center signs lease Jan.8   PG&E   PG&E's blacked-out is 10-year record  An estimated 1.9 million to 2.1 million customers lost electricity after the storm's howling winds and driving rain  49ers  Niners hire Martz as coordinator   Marin County Milder, But Wet & Windy Storm  SF Zoo  Tiger attack draws scrutiny to zoo director Jan.9  Wells Fargo  Wells Accused On Lending  San Francisco  Free Bike Parking Offered At Caltrain  San Francisco  Man suspected of at least 20 robberies   San Francisco Employers To Subsidize Health Care Plan   SF Zoo Complaints ignored after 1st tiger attack   SF Mission   Man Who Left Witness Protection Killed  40-year-old Justin Lee , a victim and key witness in a 2005 attempted murder case was shot the very day he returned to San Francisco Jan.10   SF City Hall     Embattled Supervisor Ed Jew Resigns Post  In exchange for the resignation, city officials dropped their ethics investigation and a lawsuit that sought to remove Jew from the Board of...   San Francisco Young Broadcasting to sell KRON-TV Jan.11   SF Zoo   Leopard Nearly Escapes From Enclosure  90-pound snow leopard somehow forced an opening in a steel mesh wall separating its feeding cage from a secure zookeeper service area Jan.13   San Francisco   Father Killed In Sacred Heart Shooting  Terrell Rogers, 39, a High School girl's basketball star's father, was shot to death in the parking lot at half time of her game   San Francisco High School Issues Statement On Shooting Jan.15   Ocean Beach Body Found On Ocean Beach   SF Downtown   Apple introduces slim notebook  CEO Steve Jobs introduced the world's thinnest notebook computer MacBook Air that measures between 0.16 inch and 0.76 inch thick   SF Zoo     Tiger attack tapes released  A zoo employee is on the phone with a dispatcher relaying information he is getting from co-workers over a walky-talky Jan.16   San Francisco     SFPD search tiger attack victims' car, cells  Police searched the cell phones and car of 2 men mauled by a zoo tiger, looking for evidence that they may have provoked the attacks   San Francisco   Ex-Brocade CEO Gets Prison  Gregory Reyes, 45, was sentenced to a year and 9 months in prison and fined $15 million for misleading stockholders and federal regulators   San Francisco SF Schools: Financial State Of Emergency Jan.17   SF Zoo New Evidence Suggests Tiger Provoked  SF Richmond  1 Dead, Several Injured in Muni Accidents   SF Zoo   Tiger victim admitted drinking, taunting  One of the 3 victims of the Zoo attack was intoxicated and admitted standing atop a railing of the big cat enclosure and yelling   SF Mission Obama Touts Economic Plan In SF Stop Jan.18   SF Zoo Experts: taunting wasn't only factor   San Francisco City lawyers can inspect phones, not car  San Francisco  Ex-49er, Raider Stubblefield Guilty Jan.19   SF City Hall Investigators ordered to patrol streets   SF Tenderloin 2 Men Hospitalized After Shooting Jan.21   San Francisco Wintery Blast Of Cold, Snow Jan.23   San Francisco Rescued bird is magnificent frigatebird   SF Chronicle   New job for editor Bronstein
  Chronicle Editor is leaving his post to assume a broader role in the newspaper division of the Hearst Corp., which owns The Chronicle
  San Francisco Bonds Asks Judge To Toss Out Case Jan.24   San Francisco Auction of Alcatraz flag stirs debate Jan.25   SF Chronicle   Bushee New Chronicle Editor
  Ward H. Bushee has been named executive vice president and editor of The SF Chronicle, the Hearst Corp. said.    Bushee, 58, a second-generation journalist, is editor and v...
Jan.26   South of Market   Dead, Wounded In Gas Station Shooting   One person was killed and another seriously injured after shots were fired in the parking lot of a gas station in South of Market neighborho... Jan.27   PG&E Rain Keeps Coming; Power Outages   San Francisco Police Shoot Knife-Wielding Panhandler Jan.28   SF Bayview   1 killed, 2 hurt in demolition of old building   A large industrial boiler at an abandoned power substation collapsed during demolition, killing a worker. 2 seriously injuried had to be freed...   SF Zoo   Tiger Experts Reviewing Zoo Safety  A 3-person team of experts is examining the big cat grotto, where a teenager was killed in a Christmas Day attack   San Francisco S.F. green firm president killed skiing   San Francisco Crew member may have misled on spill size Jan.29   Potrero Hill UPS Driver Dead After Crash Jan.30   SF City Hall   Restaurants asked to ban trans fats  The city Board of Supervisors is asking all restaurants to take artery-clogging trans fats off their menus Jan.31   San Francisco   Huckabee Heckled, Won't Drop Out  Republican presidential candidate was heckled by protestors during a speech before the nonpartisan Commonwealth Club