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Levi Strauss sharp profit drop  1st-quarter profit plunged by more than 50% No layoffs at SF Chronicle  No plans at this time to change staff levels Writer and historian dies  Charles P. Corn, 63, man of letters, died in his home of a stroke Body Found Near Pier 40  It appears to be the body of a caucasian male Schwab plans to cut 3,400 jobs
Priest Cuts Plea Deal in Molestation Surfers Rescued from Seal Rock  2 surfers got stranded off the San Francisco coast Dies After Struggle With Cops Tree smashed moving car Kids to Skip Schools for Rally S.F. Won't Send Kids To Rally Snapfish starts charging for prints Solar program Milwaukee 6, SF 7 Car Runs Into Restaurant Memorial Honors Homeless Editor of Wired to resign Hit job alleged Utility Layoffs Denied  The Public Utilities Commission voted to bar the utilities from cutting thousands of workers Execution viewing AIDS ads promote unsafe sex Man Run Over by Train  A homeless man in a wheelchair put himself on the tracks of BART station but suffered only minor injuries PG&E gets $1.2 billion tax refund  Company will hand over the money to its bankrupt utility Williams-Sonoma CEO resigns   Police shoot pit bull  Dog jumped a backyard fence and attacked a woman and her dog 2-Alarm Blaze  Fire displaced 6 to 8 residents of a 5 story apartment building Double Shooting  At 24th and Folsom streets at around 3:20 a.m. Blackouts Are Back


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  Rolling blackouts affected PG&E customers in blocks 9 13
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  Brokerage firm will eliminate 2,000 to 2,300 full-time jobs. 600 to 900 jobs would be cut through attrition
  San Francisco     Dog owners testify  Robert Noel appeared before the grand jury on possible charges of involuntary manslaughter Mar.23   San Francisco   Housing official sentenced  Williams sentenced to 63 months in prison for bribery and making false statements in connection with a money scam Mar.27   San Francisco     2 lawyers indicted in dog attack
  Knoller, 45, was charged with second-degree murder. She and Noel, 59, were charged with involuntary manslaughter
  San Francisco   Woman drops baby out window  A woman feared her husband was going to kill her and 17-month-old son. She tossed the baby into policeman's arms Mar.28   Bay Bridge   Bay Bridge to lift by inch  Contractors will jack up span as part of seismic strengthening   SF Downtown   Office rents down
  Internet shakeout is flooding the city office market with vacant space
Mar.29   San Francisco   $103,000 For Bad Cop Raid  Residents of a housing project alleged that police mistakenly raided their homes in 1998   San Francisco   AIDS quilt readies for move  15 years of hand-sewn hard work. 40,000 panels dedicated to those who have died from AIDS Mar.30   Pacific Heights     Killer Dog Had Attacked Blind
  Couple indicted in the dog-mauling death often struggled to control dogs, one of which attacked a blind woman
  Pac Bell Park Giants 2, Seattle 0 Mar.31   San Francisco   Resentenced to Life  Death sentence for a 1979 murder was overturned in federal court. District Attorney declined to ask for the death penalty   Giants A's 6, Giants 1



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