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03-01 Explosion and Fire in Apartment Building Russian Hill
2. 03-01 Woman killed, man hospitalized SF Sunset
D. 03-02 Cable Cars Resume Service After Strike SF Downtown
E. 03-05 Cranes Clear Bay Spans Golden Gate Bridge
5. 03-08 5 People Wounded in Shooting SF Mission
6. 03-10 Marijuana Discovered in Burning Home San Francisco
H. 03-11 Officials Approve Suicide Barrier Study Golden Gate Bridge
I. 03-13 SF Celebrates St. Patrick's Day SF Downtown
J. 03-14 Judge: gay unions' ban unconstitutional San Francisco

Summary.     Click for More > Mayor Rejects Half-Staff Flag Request Fire Department sued by 28 firefighters Anti-war protesters rallied VP Quietly Slips Into Town For Fundraiser 1 shot dead, 5 injured near nightclub Bonds may miss entire season Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities Archdiocese Ordered to Pay to Victim  The Archdiocese was ordered by a jury to pay $437,000 to a man who says he was repeatedly fondled by a priest RoboGames start Governor's Visit Brings Protestors 25,000 out of power Fagan Found Not Guilty in Cop Brawl Case New Pot Clubs Stopped After Moratorium
Explosion and Fire in Apartment Building  An explosion of 400 rounds of ammunition and 3-alarm fire in Russian Hill sent residents running for cover Woman killed, man hospitalized Cable Cars Resume Service After Strike Cranes Clear Bay Spans  2 towering shipping cranes have made their way across the Bay slipping under the bridges with a few feet of clearance 5 People Wounded in Shooting Marijuana Discovered in Burning Home Officials Approve Suicide Barrier Study  The board of directors of the District voted 15-1 to proceed with a study of a possible barrier on the bridge SF Celebrates St. Patrick's Day Judge: gay unions' ban unconstitutional Archdiocese Found Liable for Molestation
Mar.1   Russian Hill
  SF Sunset
Mar.2   SF Downtown
Mar.5   Golden Gate Bridge
Mar.8   SF Mission
Mar.10   San Francisco
Mar.11   Golden Gate Bridge
Mar.13   SF Downtown
Mar.14   San Francisco
Mar.18   San Francisco
  A jury decided that the Archdiocese knew or should have known that one of its priests was molesting boys
  SF City Hall
Mar.19   SF City Hall
  SF Mission
Mar.20   SF Downtown
Mar.21   San Francisco
Mar.22   Barry Bonds
  SF City Hall
Mar.24   San Francisco
Mar.25   SFSU
  San Francisco
Mar.26   SF Downtown
Mar.29   San Francisco
Mar.30   SF City Hall



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San Francisco
Woman killed, man hospitalized
5 People Wounded in Shooting
Woman killed
Mediator Killed
Radar Signs Curb Speeding on 19th Ave.
Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities
Shooting turned fatal
Mayor Warns of Looming Deficit
Officials Approve Suicide Barrier Study
Mayor Rejects Half-Staff Flag Request
Anti-war protesters rallied
Fire Department sued by 28 firefighters
VP Quietly Slips Into Town For Fundraiser
Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities
New Pot Clubs Stopped After Moratorium
Cable Cars Resume Service After Strike
Cranes Clear Bay Spans
Mayor Warns of Looming Deficit
Hotel Dispute Makes City Less Competitive
Explosion and Fire in Apartment Building
Bonds undergoes surgery on right knee
25,000 out of power
Niners lure Jennings from Buffalo
Giants ask if Bonds can DH
Bonds undergoes surgery on right knee
Bonds may miss entire season
SF Downtown Your ad is here
VP Quietly Slips Into Town For Fundraiser
Cable Cars Resume Service After Strike
Hotel Dispute Makes City Less Competitive
Explosion and Fire in Apartment Building
25,000 out of power
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SF City Hall
Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities
Mayor Rejects Half-Staff Flag Request
Fire Department sued by 28 firefighters
Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities
New Pot Clubs Stopped After Moratorium
Mayor Warns of Looming Deficit
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SF Mission
5 People Wounded in Shooting
Shooting turned fatal
Anti-war protesters rallied
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Bonds undergoes surgery on right knee
Giants ask if Bonds can DH
Bonds may miss entire season

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Mar.1   Russian Hill  
  An explosion of 400 rounds of ammunition and 3-alarm fire in Russian Hill sent residents running for cover
  SF Sunset   Woman killed, man hospitalized  Gunman Targeting Boyfriend in Murder Mar.2   SF Downtown   Cable Cars Resume Service After Strike  Cable cars were shut down for more than two hours after conductors launched an impromptu strike Mar.3  49ers  Niners lure Jennings from Buffalo Mar.4   Richmond Suspect Arrested For Sunset Shootings
Mar.5   San Francisco Sirna Therapeutics moving to Mission Bay  San Francisco  Newsom breaks tradition, boycotts Hilton   Golden Gate Bridge   Cranes Clear Bay Spans
  2 towering shipping cranes have made their way across the Bay slipping under the bridges with a few feet of clearance
  SF City Hall Mayor Warns of Looming Deficit Mar.6  Ocean Beach  Coast Guard rescued surfer Mar.7  Vallejo  Ferry service expanding to Giants games   San Francisco Priest Sex Abuse Cases Hit Courts Mar.8   SF Mission   5 People Wounded in Shooting  The witnesses described shootout as a gun battle between two carloads   Giants Giants ask if Bonds can DH  San Francisco  City collected $5 million from title insurer Mar.10   San Francisco     Marijuana Discovered in Burning Home  An early morning fire led to the discovery of nearly 300 plants in Excelsior District Mar.11   Golden Gate Bridge   Officials Approve Suicide Barrier Study
  The board of directors of the District voted 15-1 to proceed with a study of a possible barrier on the bridge
  San Francisco All-time high temperature  SF Zoo  Last Elephant Leaves For Sanctuary  San Francisco  2-alarm fire threatened adjacent building Mar.12   San Francisco Died in surgery after being shot Mar.13  SF Presidio  Scientists identified 56 species of bees   San Francisco 27 residents displaced, including 6 children   SF Downtown   SF Celebrates St. Patrick's Day  The sound of bagpipes filled Market St. as the city turned green for the 153rd annual parade Mar.14   SF Bayview Woman killed   San Francisco   Judge: gay unions' ban unconstitutional  San Francisco Superior Court judge ruling could pave the way for legalizing gay marriage in California   San Francisco Vicious Pit Bull Attack on Toddler Mar.15   SF Downtown MUNI Rerouted For Bridge Construction   San Francisco Dog Mauling Case Back in Court  SF City Hall  Supes approved 2 lawsuit settlements Mar.16  San Francisco  Tourism turning around Mar.17  SF Downtown  Holiday Inn Downtown to become Hilton Mar.18   Barry Bonds Bonds undergoes surgery on right knee   San Francisco   Archdiocese Found Liable for Molestation
  A jury decided that the Archdiocese knew or should have known that one of its priests was molesting boys
  SF City Hall     Mayor Rejects Half-Staff Flag Request  Newsom rejected a request for American flag be flown at half-staff to coincide with an anti-war rally Mar.19   SF City Hall   Fire Department sued by 28 firefighters  The lawsuit alleges the department has refused to stop a culture of drinking at fire stations   SF Mission     Anti-war protesters rallied  Hundreds rallied, chanting slogans, holding up posters with photographs of slain U.S. soldiers   SF Bayview Mediator Killed Mar.20  San Francisco  Police arrested 8 protesters  San Francisco  Body found in water  Athletics  Athletics 17, Giants 3  San Francisco  3,000 customers out of power   SF Downtown   VP Quietly Slips Into Town For Fundraiser  A brief visit by Dick Cheney caused a small stir in the financial district. Sansome Street was shut down   SF Sunset Radar Signs Curb Speeding on 19th Ave. Mar.21   San Francisco   1 shot dead, 5 injured near nightclub  The incident may have been connected to a dispute at the Café Cocomo. The slain man was identified as Justin Mendoza  Giants  Giants 9, A's 4 in Cactus League Mar.22  SF City Hall  Board Wants to Halt Marijuana Clubs   Barry Bonds   Bonds may miss entire season  Coming off knee surgery and caught up in steroids scandal, Barry said he may not be ready until at least midseason   SF City Hall   Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities  Mayor Newsom announced the city will prohibit medicinal marijuana clubs from operating in sobriey facilities  North Beach  Approval For North Beach Retail Ban Mar.23   San Francisco No Handshakes for Girls' Soccer  San Francisco  Williams-Sonoma met expectations Mar.24  SF Downtown  Proposals would add 11,000 housing units   San Francisco Thousands Stolen in ATM Scam   San Francisco   Archdiocese Ordered to Pay to Victim
  The Archdiocese was ordered by a jury to pay $437,000 to a man who says he was repeatedly fondled by a priest
 San Francisco  Two men shot walking separately Mar.25   SFSU   RoboGames start  Hundreds of robot enthusiasts flocked to the second annual international competition, which features 450 robots   San Francisco     Governor's Visit Brings Protestors  While Schwarzenegger dined with wealthy donors, 1,000 nurses, teachers and others protested outside Mar.26   San Francisco FoundValue makes calls to sell online   SF Downtown Hotel Dispute Makes City Less Competitive   SF Downtown   25,000 out of power  A problem during the fire-fighting process at a PG&E substation has shut down 2 BART stations and Market st. Mar.27   Berkeley Spring Storm Soaks Bay Area Mar.29   San Francisco Bechtel sees record revenue in 2004  SF Bayview  12-Year-Old Takes Car, Causes Damage   San Francisco     Fagan Found Not Guilty in Cop Brawl Case Map of 2002 street brawl San Francisco  A jury acquitted Alex Fagan Jr. of four felony assault charges in a prosecution stemming from a 2002 street brawl   SF City Hall Grand Jury Recommends Examining SFPD Mar.30   SF City Hall   New Pot Clubs Stopped After Moratorium  City supervisors have approved the moratorium on new medical marijuana clubs in the city Mar.31   SF Mission Shooting turned fatal   Schwab Unions to protest Schwab alliances   SF Tenderloin YMCA to sell site, build a new gym nearby   SF Mission SFPD Makes an Arrest in Shootings   San Francisco Two-Alarm Fire Burns Auto Body Shop  Pac Bell Park  A's 5, Giants 6  SF Downtown  New Off-Ramp Opens