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Summary.     Click for More > Tenderloin housing plan hits a snag Union: Train Operator Blacked Out Boutique Marin buys Pac Union Wells Posts 2Q Profit, Surpasses Forecast Alioto to run for insurance commissioner Supervisor's Living Situation To Be Probed Oakland, SF To Get Money For Police  Oakland will be getting $20 million in stimulus cash to hire up to 41 additional officers, while SF will be getting more than $16 million to... More Cars Torched In SF Arsons   Officers are investigating 3 separate vehicle fires reported in San Francisco - more in a series of arsons Climate Center Eyed At Polluted Shipyard Lee stifles Giants with 4-hitter in debut
Bank of the West heads east Andreessen becomes venture capitalist Charges Dismissed Against 4 In Cop Killing  Prosecutors have dismissed murder charges against alleged ex-members of the Black Liberation Army accused of killing a police officer in 197... Pfizer drops planned research center Conviction Tossed In Biletnikoff Case Giants' Sanchez throws no-hitter 2 Shot, 1 Dead Levi's to stay put in S.F. Public defender against budget cuts Gas average below $3 Newsom Names Lawmaker To Chair Bid   Pilot In SF Bay Spill: 10 Months In Prison  John Cota, 61, of Petaluma, was sentenced in federal court to 10 months in prison for his role in a spill of more than 53,000 gallons 44 Hurt In Muni Crash At West Portal Map of West Portal Station San Francisco
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Jul.11   Pac Bell Park
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  A westbound Metro line-L Taraval train slammed into the back of a Metro line-KT Ingleside/3rd Street train that was stopped in the station.    The front of the L car was totally smashed in, the car itself bent. The collision occured just before 3 p.m. The station was s...
Jul.19   SF Tenderloin
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Jul.22   Wells Fargo
Jul.23   SF City Hall
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Jul.28   Oakland City Hall
Jul.29   SF Sunset
Jul.31   SF Bayview
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07-01 Bank of the West heads east San Francisco
2. 07-05 Andreessen becomes venture capitalist San Francisco
D. 07-06 Charges Dismissed Against 4 In Cop Killing San Francisco
4. 07-06 Pfizer drops planned research center San Francisco
F. 07-06 Big Unit hits 15-day DL Giants
G. 07-07 Conviction Tossed In Biletnikoff Case San Francisco
H. 07-11 Giants' Sanchez throws no-hitter Pac Bell Park
I. 07-11 2 Shot, 1 Dead McAllister and Webster street, San Francisco
9. 07-13 Levi's to stay put in S.F. San Francisco



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High-rises on hold
Tenderloin housing plan hits a snag
Wells Posts 2Q Profit, Surpasses Forecast
Tower's owners will forfeit it to lender
Shoppers charge into Goodwill's as-is store
Shooting hospitalized two people
Man fatally shot
2 Wounded In Shooting
2 Shot
More Cars Burned In Arson Spree
More Cars Torched In SF Arsons
Newsom Names Lawmaker To Chair Bid
Supes Approve $6.6 Billion Budget
Alioto to run for insurance commissioner
Supervisor's Living Situation To Be Probed
Climate Center Eyed At Polluted Shipyard
Oswalt stymies Giants
Big Unit hits 15-day DL
Giants' Sanchez throws no-hitter
Bonds watches as Lincecum's career-high 15
Giants acquire Sanchez from Pirates
Lee stifles Giants with 4-hitter in debut
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Tower's owners will forfeit it to lender
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Giants' Sanchez throws no-hitter
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Bank of the West heads east  Bank has inked the largest local office deal of the year, signing a lease for 240,000 square feet at Bishop Ranch for 1,600 employees Gov. Visits SF, Discusses Budget Urgency Home Destroyed In 3 Alarm Blaze Andreessen becomes venture capitalist  The co-founder of Netscape and Opsware is starting, with his longtime business partner, Ben Horowitz, a $300 million primarily for startups High-rises on hold Charges Dismissed Against 4 In Cop Killing


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Jul.1   San Francisco  
Jul.2  San Francisco  SF Fed. Court Hears Gay Marriage Fight
Jul.3   San Francisco
Jul.5   San Francisco
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 Pac Bell Park  Oswalt stymies Giants
Jul.6   South of Market
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  Prosecutors have dismissed murder charges against alleged ex-members of the Black Liberation Army accused of killing a police officer in 1971
 San Francisco  Body Parts Found In McLaren Park   San Francisco   Pfizer drops planned research center  New York drug giant has pulled the plug on plans to open a biotech research center near UCSF's Mission Bay Campus   Giants Big Unit hits 15-day DL
Jul.7   San Francisco   Conviction Tossed In Biletnikoff Case  A federal appeals court overturned the conviction and called for a new trial for a man found guilty of murdering his girlfriend, Biletnikoff...  Twitter  La Russa Drops Suit Against Twitter  Bay Bridge  Man Dies After Being Found Injured Jul.8   San Francisco Projects emerged for Upper Market   San Francisco W Hotel sold to Hong Kong company Jul.9   San Francisco Petraeus: Afghanistan Fight Still Tough Jul.10   Hercules SF Deputy Crashed In Street Race   San Francisco Three people injured in two shootings Jul.11   Pac Bell Park   Giants' Sanchez throws no-hitter  8-0 victory over the Padres came on an error by third baseman Juan Uribe with one out in the eighth   San Francisco   2 Shot, 1 Dead   Officers responded to reports of shots fired around 11:20 p.m. Arriving officers found two victims shot. Xavier Gillette, 17, died at the hospital Jul.12   SF Tenderloin Shooting hospitalized two people Jul.13   San Francisco   Levi's to stay put in S.F.  Levi Strauss & Co. intends to announce that it's extending a 156-year-old legacy Jul.14   San Francisco   Public defender against budget cuts  Jeff Adachi is pleading with city residents to oppose budget cuts to his office he says could lead to the loss of a dozen attorneys   San Francisco   Gas average below $3  San Francisco's average price now stands at $2.97 for a gallon of regular. Oakland drivers pay $2.95, while San Jose - $2.87   San Francisco Incubator helps health companies Jul.15   Newsom   Newsom Names Lawmaker To Chair Bid  Mayor Gavin Newsom has announced that state Sen. Alex Padilla will serve as chairman of his campaign for the gubernatorial nomination  Levi's Stadium  City Officials See 49ers Stadium Details  San Francisco  Attorneys Seek To Keep Evidence Out Jul.16   Twitter Hacker steals Twitter's documents Jul.17   SF Bayview Man fatally shot   San Francisco     Pilot In SF Bay Spill: 10 Months In Prison
  John Cota, 61, of Petaluma, was sentenced in federal court to 10 months in prison for his role in a spill of more than 53,000 gallons
  San Francisco Struggling KRON-TV Station Fails To Sell Jul.18   San Francisco Firm wins auction for Eddie Bauer   SF Bayview 2 Wounded In Shooting   San Francisco   44 Hurt In Muni Crash At West Portal Map of West Portal Station San Francisco
  A westbound Metro line-L Taraval train slammed into the back of a Metro line-KT Ingleside/3rd Street train that was stopped in the station
 The front of the L car was totally smashed in, the car itself bent. The collision occured just before 3 p.m. The station was shut down, snarling service on most Muni Metro lines. A bus was brought in to transport 25 to 30 walking wounded to the hospital
Jul.19   San Francisco Probe Begins In Rail Crash   SF Tenderloin   Tenderloin housing plan hits a snag  The latest conflict centers around the size of affordable-housing units in the new buildings Jul.20   San Francisco   Union: Train Operator Blacked Out  San Francisco's transit workers union: A light-rail operator blacked out just before his train crashed into a parked train   Marin County   Boutique Marin buys Pac Union  Boutique real estate firm Morgan Lane Marin is swallowing up its larger competitor, Pacific Union GMAC Real Estate of San Francisco Jul.21  Ocean Beach  Man died after being pulled from water   SF City Hall Supes Approve $6.6 Billion Budget Jul.22   Wells Fargo   Wells Posts 2Q Profit, Surpasses Forecast  Wells Fargo said some of its loan losses came from the continuing cleanup of the loan portfolio acquired along with struggling Wachovia   San Francisco Injuries Have Increased On SF Trains  SF Downtown  Supporters Of Iraq's Assyrians Rally Jul.23   SF City Hall   Alioto to run for insurance commissioner  Supervisor Michela Alioto-Pier, the granddaughter of former Mayor Alioto, plans to announce today she's running for state insurance commissioner Jul.25   Potrero Hill 2 Shot Jul.26   SF City Hall   Supervisor's Living Situation To Be Probed  Chris Daly has come under fire after revealing he bought two homes in 2009 in the city of Fairfield, which is about an hour from San Francisco Jul.27  San Francisco  Water Main Break Jams Commute   San Francisco Visa Shakes Up Management Team   SF Downtown Tower's owners will forfeit it to lender Jul.28   Pac Bell Park Bonds watches as Lincecum's career-high 15   Western Addition More Cars Burned In Arson Spree   Oakland City Hall   Oakland, SF To Get Money For Police
  Oakland will be getting $20 million in stimulus cash to hire up to 41 additional officers, while SF will be getting more than $16 million to hire up to 50
Jul.29   SF Sunset   More Cars Torched In SF Arsons
Map of Balboa and La Playa Streets San Francisco
  Officers are investigating 3 separate vehicle fires reported in San Francisco - more in a series of arsons
 SF Castro  Tenant's Body Found Inside Apartment   Giants Giants acquire Sanchez from Pirates  San Francisco  Report Slams SF Schools For Truancy Rate Jul.30   South of Market Shoppers charge into Goodwill's as-is store   Twitter Twitter post leads to lawsuit Jul.31   SF Bayview   Climate Center Eyed At Polluted Shipyard  Mayor Newsom and the UN are eyeing a former naval shipyard contaminated by radiation as the future site of a sprawling green technology complex   Pac Bell Park   Lee stifles Giants with 4-hitter in debut  Lee pitched a four-hitter, carrying a no-hit bid into the sixth inning and the Phillies are beating San Francisco 5-1