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B. 07-01 Bonds 756th HR lands in Hall of Fame Barry Bonds
C. 07-02 Muni to pay $2 m to woman hit by train San Francisco
07-02 Sanctuary Policy Questioned After Escape SF City Hall
4. 07-08 Elie Wiesel testifies about hotel attack San Francisco
F. 07-09 California High-Speed Rail Route Approved San Francisco
6. 07-11 Fundraiser convicted for illegal donations San Francisco
7. 07-11 Man Shot Dead At Busy Intersection Mission and 20th street, SF Mission
I. 07-12 City to create car-free party zone SF City Hall

Summary.     Click for More > Gap-Backed To Reorganize Pacific Lumber  A company backed by the founders of Gap has taken control of the bankrupt Pacific Lumber Co. and the 210,000 acres of timberlands Visa Profits Jump 41% McCain Pledges To Work With Pelosi Teenage Boy Stabbed To Death Clinton, Obama Rally Union Workers
Muni to pay $2 m to woman hit by train Sanctuary Policy Questioned After Escape  An effort by the city to shield 8 Honduran crack dealers from federal officials backfired when the youths escaped from group homes Illegal Fireworks Abound On Oakland, SF Elie Wiesel testifies about hotel attack California High-Speed Rail Route Approved Fundraiser convicted for illegal donations Man Shot Dead At Busy Intersection City to create car-free party zone Cable Car Derails, Passengers Injured Wells Fargo Boosts Payout Starbucks To Close 12 Locations Sex Workers Put Prostitution On Ballot  A measure that aims to keep prostitutes from facing criminal charges has qualified for the November ballot Man Found Guilty Of Accosting Elie Wiesel $6.4 Billion City Budget Adopted   Mayor visits city engineer in jail, gets codes  Terry Childs had been accused of withholding the access codes and has been jailed on felony counts Triple murder turns focus on sanctuary LA Mayor pulls out of gay rights event Newsom marries actress Siebel in Montana
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Jul.16   Wells Fargo
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  40-year old San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom to marries 34-year-old Jennifer Lynn Siebel at Siebel's parents' ranch.    It is the Siebel's first marriage and the second for the Newsom, who divorced legal analyst Kimberly Guilfoyle in 2006. Newsom met the actr...
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San Francisco
Sanctuary Policy Questioned After Escape
1 Shot With BB Gun, 2 Stabbed
Man Shot Dead At Busy Intersection
Engineer tampered with new S.F. network
Man Dies After Found Shot In Car
Police chase, arrest suspects; officer hurt
Traffic Stop Leads To Murder Suspect
Shot while riding motorcycle; died later
Sanctuary Policy Questioned After Escape
Mayor confronts backlash over sanctuary
Newsom's Story On Sanctuary Not Add Up
City to create car-free party zone
$6.4 Billion City Budget Adopted
Clean energy ballot measure approved
Newsom marries actress Siebel in Montana
Clinton, Obama Rally Union Workers
Bonds 756th HR lands in Hall of Fame
Bowker Gets Hit, But Giants Lose To Cubs
2 Giants, 1 Athletic Are All-Stars
Sabathia dominating over Giants
Giants close to dealing Durham to Brewers
Bonds' bat is topic at Yankees' meetings
Webb Outduels Lincecum
Giants Offense Quiet In Loss To Dodgers
New shops change face of Union Square
Wells Fargo Boosts Payout
Starbucks To Close 12 Locations
Prada is newest addition to Union Square
Gap-Backed To Reorganize Pacific Lumber
Bonds 756th HR lands in Hall of Fame
Bowker Gets Hit, But Giants Lose To Cubs
2 Giants, 1 Athletic Are All-Stars
Sabathia dominating over Giants
Giants close to dealing Durham to Brewers
Bonds' bat is topic at Yankees' meetings
Webb Outduels Lincecum
Giants Offense Quiet In Loss To Dodgers
SF City Hall
Sanctuary Policy Questioned After Escape
Engineer tampered with new S.F. network
Sanctuary Policy Questioned After Escape
Mayor confronts backlash over sanctuary
City to create car-free party zone
$6.4 Billion City Budget Adopted
Newsom marries actress Siebel in Montana
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SF Downtown
Police chase, arrest suspects; officer hurt
Clinton, Obama Rally Union Workers
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New shops change face of Union Square
Starbucks To Close 12 Locations
Prada is newest addition to Union Square
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Bonds 756th HR lands in Hall of Fame
2 Giants, 1 Athletic Are All-Stars
Giants close to dealing Durham to Brewers
Bonds' bat is topic at Yankees' meetings
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2 Giants, 1 Athletic Are All-Stars
Giants close to dealing Durham to Brewers
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Bowker Gets Hit, But Giants Lose To Cubs
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Bowker Gets Hit, But Giants Lose To Cubs
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Jul.1   Barry Bonds
Jul.2   San Francisco  
  SF City Hall  
  An effort by the city to shield 8 Honduran crack dealers from federal officials backfired when the youths escaped from group homes
 Pac Bell Park  Bowker Gets Hit, But Giants Lose To Cubs Jul.3   SF City Hall Mayor confronts backlash over sanctuary
Jul.4  SF Mission  Power Pole Fire Causes Outages Jul.5   Oakland   Illegal Fireworks Abound On Oakland, SF  Despite efforts to remind the public how dangerous illegal fireworks are, plenty of people to set them off anyway  San Francisco  Body Found Floating Jul.6   SF Downtown New shops change face of Union Square  Giants  2 Giants, 1 Athletic Are All-Stars Jul.7   San Francisco Wiesel to testify over hotel confrontation Jul.8   San Francisco   Elie Wiesel testifies about hotel attack  Holocaust survivor and scholar told jurors that he was shocked to learn the man accused of accosting him was linked to a deniers movement Jul.9   San Francisco   California High-Speed Rail Route Approved  The state High Speed Rail Authority has given its final approval to a route that would link the state's major cities and regions Jul.10   SF Zoo Smuggled Eurasian Owl Makes Home In SF   SF Mission 1 Shot With BB Gun, 2 Stabbed   SF City Hall Newsom's Story On Sanctuary Not Add Up Jul.11   San Francisco   Fundraiser convicted for illegal donations  A federal jury convicted Julie Lee on charges related to the illegal funneling of state grant money to the campaign of former secretary of s...   SF Mission   Man Shot Dead At Busy Intersection   The shooting that took place in broad daylight, leaving shopkeepers rattled in a busy commercial area notorious for gang activity Jul.12   SF City Hall   City to create car-free party zone  City plans to turn 6 miles of city streets into a pedestrian-only party zone from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Aug. 31 and Sept. 14 Jul.13   SF Downtown Civic Center Welcomes Veggie Garden Jul.14   SF Downtown   Cable Car Derails, Passengers Injured   One person suffered from a broken leg and 2 suffered minor injuries after they were possibly ejected when the cable car fishtailed   San Francisco Bonds unlikely to play this year Jul.15   SF City Hall Engineer tampered with new S.F. network   Visitacion Valley Man Dies After Found Shot In Car Jul.16   Wells Fargo   Wells Fargo Boosts Payout  The bank gave anxious investors a pleasant surprise, reporting a profit drop that was milder than anticipated and lifting its dividend by 10...   San Francisco Washcloth Stuffed In Hospitalized Woman Jul.17   San Francisco Conference: Surge In Blogging Women   San Francisco Engineer pleads not guilty to cyber crime  San Jose  Rents rose 7.3% over the last year   SF Downtown   Starbucks To Close 12 Locations   Starbucks has named all 600 company-owned stores, including 12 in the Bay Area, to close to boost its business and weed out unprofitable loc... Jul.18   SF Downtown Police chase, arrest suspects; officer hurt  SF Bayview  Daycare, Homes Gutted By Fire   Pac Bell Park Sabathia dominating over Giants Jul.19   San Francisco   Sex Workers Put Prostitution On Ballot
  A measure that aims to keep prostitutes from facing criminal charges has qualified for the November ballot
 Bay Bridge  Motorcyclist Dead, Arrest Made   SF Richmond Traffic Stop Leads To Murder Suspect Jul.20   SF Bayview Shot while riding motorcycle; died later   Giants Giants close to dealing Durham to Brewers Jul.21   San Francisco   Man Found Guilty Of Accosting Elie Wiesel  A jury found Eric Hunt , a 24-year-old New Jersey man, guilty of accosting Holocaust survivor and scholar in a hotel elevator Jul.22   SF City Hall   $6.4 Billion City Budget Adopted  The Board of Supervisors approved a $6.4 billion budget for the coming fiscal year, despite strong opposition from some in the community Jul.23   San Francisco     Mayor visits city engineer in jail, gets codes
  Terry Childs had been accused of withholding the access codes and has been jailed on felony counts
  SF Downtown Prada is newest addition to Union Square   SF City Hall Clean energy ballot measure approved   San Francisco   Triple murder turns focus on sanctuary  Edwin Ramos, 21, is an illegal immigrant who had managed to avoid deportation despite previous brushes with the law   San Francisco Facebook annual developers conference Jul.24   San Francisco SEC to freeze assets of invest. Adviser   Barry Bonds Bonds' bat is topic at Yankees' meetings Jul.25   San Francisco Family Endures Funeral Home Nightmare Jul.26   San Francisco   LA Mayor pulls out of gay rights event  Antonio Villaraigosa pulled out as keynote speaker for a gay rights group's fundraising following intense lobbying from transgender activist...   Newsom   Newsom marries actress Siebel in Montana
  40-year old San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom to marries 34-year-old Jennifer Lynn Siebel at Siebel's parents' ranch
 It is the Siebel's first marriage and the second for the Newsom, who divorced legal analyst Kimberly Guilfoyle in 2006. Newsom met the actress in October 2006 and they have been together ever since. Nancy Pelosi traveled to attend the wedding along with other friends and family
Jul.27  Pac Bell Park  Webb Outduels Lincecum Jul.29  Giants  Giants Offense Quiet In Loss To Dodgers   SF Zoo Mother giraffe at Zoo dies Jul.30   Gap   Gap-Backed To Reorganize Pacific Lumber
  A company backed by the founders of Gap has taken control of the bankrupt Pacific Lumber Co. and the 210,000 acres of timberlands
  San Francisco   Visa Profits Jump 41%  Visa Inc.'s profit rose a better-than-expected in the recent quarter, as more money changed hands using its credit and debit cards   San Francisco     McCain Pledges To Work With Pelosi  Republican presidential hopeful, if elected, he'd work closely with House Speaker, despite her less-than-amicable relationship with Republicans  Giants  Dodgers Shut Out Giants For 2nd Game Jul.31   San Francisco   Teenage Boy Stabbed To Death Map of Lisbon Street and Persia Avenue San Francisco  Police are investigating a stabbing that left a juvenile dead in the Excelsior neighborhood. The victim was attacked during a confrontation   SF Mission 2 Shot Near Taco Truck   SF Downtown   Clinton, Obama Rally Union Workers  Hillary Clinton addressed a crowd of thousands of union members commending them for their public service