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1. 03-01 Teenager Facing Deportation After Fight San Francisco
C. 03-02 Newsom To Reduce Hours Of SF Workers SF City Hall
D. 03-03 Woman, Son Get Deportation Reprieve San Francisco
4. 03-04 Police Commission Nixes Taser Proposal SF City Hall
5. 03-06 Officer Posing As Someone Else Baker Beach, SF Presidio
03-09 Cocaine Stolen From Crime Lab San Francisco
H. 03-11 Four Seasons' owners end loan default SF Downtown
I. 03-13 Newsom Announces Lt. Gov. Run SF City Hall

Summary.     Click for More > Four Seasons' owners end loan default Newsom Announces Lt. Gov. Run  San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom officially announces his campaign for lieutenant governor on CBS 5's Early Edition newscast Judge Gives A Week To Retest Drugs SFPD Waited 2 Months Before Lab Probe PG&E Worker Electrocuted Business owners: Yelp extorts ad dollars 180 Cases Dropped In Lab Scandal Newsom Delays City Worker Layoff Plan McCloughan officially out as GM Convalescent home worker killed resident Chronicle, Bloomberg team up Protestors Seek Immigration Reform Newsom, Unions Reach Furlough Agreemt  San Francisco Mayor announced a tentative agreement with city employees' unions to institute 12 furlough days over a two-year period More Cases Be Dropped In Lab Scandal  Prosecutors say an additional 1,400 cases may be dropped this week because of a scandal at the crime lab Pelosi Receives Warm Greeting At Glide Audit Shows SF Crime Lab Overburdened Tony The Tiger Rescued From Moat Two aircraft came too close over SF Van crashes into Muni train, 7 hospitalized
Teenager Facing Deportation After Fight Newsom To Reduce Hours Of SF Workers   Police Commission Nixes Taser Proposal  The San Francisco Police Commission voted down a proposal by police Chief George Gascon to explore the use of Tasers by the department Cocaine Stolen From Crime Lab
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Mar.2   SF City Hall
Mar.4   SF City Hall
Mar.9   San Francisco
  SFPD lab will undergo a 'comprehensive audit,' following an investigation into the possible mishandling of narcotic evidence by a lab technician
Mar.11   SF Downtown
Mar.13   SF City Hall
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Mar.15   San Francisco
Mar.17   Benicia
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Mar.18   San Francisco
Mar.19   SF City Hall
Mar.22   49ers
Mar.23   SF Mission
Mar.24   SF Chronicle
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Mar.26   SF City Hall
Mar.28   San Francisco
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Mar.30   San Francisco
Mar.31   SF Zoo
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San Francisco
Gang Members Accused In 3 Killings
Police Commission Nixes Taser Proposal
Robbery Attempt Ends In Campus Arrests
Murder Suspect Arrested After Crash
Convalescent home worker killed resident
Newsom To Reduce Hours Of SF Workers
Union Rips, Newsom Defends SF Layoffs
Four Seasons' owners end loan default
Bridge Project Delays Push Back Opening
Giant Cranes Squeeze Under Bridges
McCloughan officially out as GM
Chronicle, Bloomberg team up
Newsom To Reduce Hours Of SF Workers
Police Commission Nixes Taser Proposal
Newsom Announces Lt. Gov. Run
Newsom Delays City Worker Layoff Plan
Chief Making SFPD Crime Lab Changes
Protestors Seek Immigration Reform
Newsom, Unions Reach Furlough Agreemt
Pelosi Receives Warm Greeting At Glide
Tow Truck Hits 10 Cars, Disrupts Muni
Crash Sends 2 Officers To Hospital
Power Outage Knocks Out Bridge Lights
Crash Kills Pedestrian On Muni Platform
Murder Suspect Arrested After Crash
Passenger Hurt In SF Muni Bus Crash
Van crashes into Muni train, 7 hospitalized
Tony The Tiger Rescued From Moat
Zito plunks Fielder in retaliation
Niners reach two-year deal with Carr
49ers Reportedly Part Ways With GM
McCloughan officially out as GM
100s Climb Skyscraper To Fight Disease
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Four Seasons' owners end loan default
Hundreds Gather To Protest Wars
Protestors Seek Immigration Reform
Pelosi Receives Warm Greeting At Glide
Crash Sends 2 Officers To Hospital
Crash Kills Pedestrian On Muni Platform
100s Climb Skyscraper To Fight Disease
SF City Hall
Police Commission Nixes Taser Proposal
Newsom To Reduce Hours Of SF Workers
Union Rips, Newsom Defends SF Layoffs
Newsom To Reduce Hours Of SF Workers
Police Commission Nixes Taser Proposal
Newsom Announces Lt. Gov. Run
Newsom, Unions Reach Furlough Agreemt
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Bridge Project Delays Push Back Opening
Giant Cranes Squeeze Under Bridges
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Power Outage Knocks Out Bridge Lights
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SF Bayview
Gang Members Accused In 3 Killings
Robbery Attempt Ends In Campus Arrests
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Van crashes into Muni train, 7 hospitalized
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49ers Your ad is here
McCloughan officially out as GM
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Niners reach two-year deal with Carr
McCloughan officially out as GM

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Teenager Facing Deportation After Fight  Tracey Washington and her 13-year-old son are scheduled to be deported after the he was referred to authorities under a contentious city policy Gang Members Accused In 3 Killings   Newsom To Reduce Hours Of SF Workers  Gavin Newsom announced a plan to reduce the hours of thousands of city employees; a move which he said will stave off mass layoffs Chamber urges Newsom to remain mayor Woman, Son Get Deportation Reprieve   Police Commission Nixes Taser Proposal


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Mar.1   San Francisco  
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Mar.2   SF City Hall  
  San Francisco
Mar.3   San Francisco
Mar.4   SF City Hall  
  The San Francisco Police Commission voted down a proposal by police Chief George Gascon to explore the use of Tasers by the department.
 Giants  Zito plunks Fielder in retaliation Mar.5   SF City Hall Union Rips, Newsom Defends SF Layoffs
Mar.6   SF Presidio Officer Posing As Someone Else Mar.7   49ers Niners reach two-year deal with Carr Mar.8   San Francisco Conservationist Wayburn Dies At 103   SF Sunset Tow Truck Hits 10 Cars, Disrupts Muni Mar.9   SF Downtown $90M Anonym. Donated For Exploratorium   San Francisco   Cocaine Stolen From Crime Lab
  SFPD lab will undergo a 'comprehensive audit,' following an investigation into the possible mishandling of narcotic evidence by a lab technician
Mar.10   SF Bayview Robbery Attempt Ends In Campus Arrests Mar.11   SF Downtown   Four Seasons' owners end loan default  Millennium Partner are no longer in default on a $90 million loan after joining forces with an investment partner   Eastern Span Bridge Project Delays Push Back Opening   San Jose Bank Ex-Manager Facing Fraud Charges Mar.13   SF City Hall     Newsom Announces Lt. Gov. Run
  San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom officially announces his campaign for lieutenant governor on CBS 5's Early Edition newscast
  San Francisco   Judge Gives A Week To Retest Drugs  A judge has given prosecutors a week to retest samples in 35 pending cases following allegations that a technician stole cocaine evidence   Marin County Officials Lodge Complaint Against PG&E Mar.15   San Francisco   SFPD Waited 2 Months Before Lab Probe  The sister of a former SF crime lab technician warned the lab that she feared her sibling might be stealing cocaine used as evidence Mar.16   Golden Gate Bridge Giant Cranes Squeeze Under Bridges Mar.17   Benicia   PG&E Worker Electrocuted  26-year-old Max Martinez was installing transformers with three other employees but was the only one inside a vault containing transformers   Chinatown Crash Sends 2 Officers To Hospital  Bay Bridge  Power Outage Knocks Out Bridge Lights   San Francisco   Business owners: Yelp extorts ad dollars  San Francisco business filing the third class-action complaint in recent weeks and nine additional firms joining an earlier lawsuit Mar.18  49ers  49ers Reportedly Part Ways With GM   San Francisco   180 Cases Dropped In Lab Scandal  Prosecutors say 180 drug cases have been dropped since allegations surfaced last week that a longtime lab technician stole cocaine evidence Mar.19  South of Market  Crash Kills Pedestrian On Muni Platform   SF City Hall Chief Making SFPD Crime Lab Changes   SF City Hall     Newsom Delays City Worker Layoff Plan  Mayor Gavin Newsom is waiting one week to enact layoffs that would turn most of SF 17,000 government employees into part-time workers Mar.20   SF Downtown Hundreds Gather To Protest Wars  San Francisco  Man Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter Mar.21   San Francisco Gas price reached $3.09   East Oakland SFPD found dead man Mar.22   49ers   McCloughan officially out as GM  Team president Jed York: Scot McCloughan is out in a 'mutual parting,' and director of player personnel Trent Baalke will lead the team   SF Mission Murder Suspect Arrested After Crash   San Francisco S.F. 3rd in energy efficient buildings Mar.23   SF Mission   Convalescent home worker killed resident   32-year-old Maximo Fajardo Jr., a new employee at a convalescent home is under arrest for allegedly smothering an 87-year-old resident to de...   San Francisco Judge Tells Cops To Turn Over Lab Papers Mar.24   SF Chronicle   Chronicle, Bloomberg team up  The San Francisco Chronicle is teaming up with Bloomberg News to offer an expanded daily business section   Potrero Hill Passenger Hurt In SF Muni Bus Crash   SF Downtown   Protestors Seek Immigration Reform Map of Post Street San Francisco  A huge crowd of people marched outside Feinstein's office to draw attention to their desire for national immigration reform Mar.25   San Francisco CSU Prof. Accused Of Molesting Infant  San Francisco  Startup Airbnb links travelers, hosts Mar.26   SF City Hall     Newsom, Unions Reach Furlough Agreemt
  San Francisco Mayor announced a tentative agreement with city employees' unions to institute 12 furlough days over a two-year period.    It's an alternative to the mayor's proposal to ...
Mar.27   SF Downtown 100s Climb Skyscraper To Fight Disease
Mar.28   San Francisco   More Cases Be Dropped In Lab Scandal
  Prosecutors say an additional 1,400 cases may be dropped this week because of a scandal at the crime lab
  SF Downtown     Pelosi Receives Warm Greeting At Glide   House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is celebrating the passage of a national health care bill with an appearance at a SF church Mar.30   San Francisco   Audit Shows SF Crime Lab Overburdened  A newly released state audit found the SF Police Department's scandal-plagued crime laboratory was overworked and understaffed   San Francisco Hotels, union workers at odds
Mar.31   SF Zoo   Tony The Tiger Rescued From Moat  A Siberian tiger was back on exhibit after officials were forced to sedate the animal to remove it from a moat where it had spent four night...   San Francisco   Two aircraft came too close over SF  A United Airlines Boeing 777 jetliner came dangerously close to a small Cessna aircraft over San Francisco. A collision avoidance system sou...   SF Bayview   Van crashes into Muni train, 7 hospitalized   In a possible alcohol-related collision it appears the van was was struck after it made an illegal left turn in front of a KT Ingleside/Third...   San Francisco IPad prompts VC firm to double iFund