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B. 05-06 Rape, robbery in Hyatt Regency Hotel SF Downtown
2. 05-07 Pottruck becomes sole CEO Schwab
05-08 Judge Throws out 'Care Not Cash' Plan San Francisco
E. 05-09 Laptops stolen from office of Angela Alioto SF Downtown
F. 05-12 City Asks for More Parking Tickets SF City Hall
6. 05-13 PG&E suffers first-quarter loss of $354m PG&E
H. 05-18 Bay to Breakers Draws Thousands SF Downtown
I. 05-25 25th Annual Carnival SF Mission

Summary.     Click for More > Laptops stolen from office of Angela Alioto City Asks for More Parking Tickets PG&E suffers first-quarter loss of $354m Ex-Red Herring editor to launch magazine South Korean president visits Convicted pot guru denied new trial Bay to Breakers Draws Thousands  Runners were wearing clothes and costumes and some not. Winners were from Kenya and Russia Supes get 300% pay raise Massive Disaster Drill Psychiatrist attacked by homeless man 25th Annual Carnival Levi's countersues fired employees Girl killed after graduation by hit-and-run Memorial Ceremony Draws Large Crowd 3.4 earthquake Pres. candidate John Edwards speaks Firefighter injured at fire Woman Vanishes on Lunch Break  Hana Muhammed, 22, told her co-workers at her job that she was going on a walk Gephardt makes campaign stop  Presidential candidate is appearing with Pelosi on a panel at the Pacific Stock Exchange Ex-leader of Goodwill pleaded innocent
Rape, robbery in Hyatt Regency Hotel  Man sexually assaulted and robbed a woman at the 805-room hotel at 5 Embarcadero Center Pottruck becomes sole CEO Judge Throws out 'Care Not Cash' Plan
May.6   SF Downtown
May.7   Schwab
May.8   San Francisco
  Superior Court Judge Ronald Quidachay ruled that the city's Proposition N violates state law
May.9   SF Downtown
May.12   SF City Hall
May.13   PG&E
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May.18   SF Downtown
May.21   SF City Hall
May.22   Golden Gate Bridge
May.23   SF Downtown
May.25   SF Mission
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May.26   SF Sunset
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San Francisco
Mortgage license revoked
Vice Chairman Coghlan steps down
President of Banana Republic resigns
Pottruck becomes sole CEO
Higher quarterly earnings projected
Judge sides with bank
Motorcyclists Rally for Rights
Newsom Asks To Support 'Care Not Cash'
City Asks for More Parking Tickets
Care not Cash reintroduced at board
Supes get 300% pay raise
Massive Disaster Drill
Memorial Ceremony Draws Large Crowd
Gephardt makes campaign stop
Rape, robbery in Hyatt Regency Hotel
Laptops stolen from office of Angela Alioto
Psychiatrist attacked by homeless man
Cubs 5, Giants 1, 10 innings
Reds 5, Giants 1
Giants 9, Reds 6
Giants 6, Reds 1
Expos 4, Giants 3
Expos 6, Giants 4
Expos 6, Giants 3
Bay to Breakers Draws Thousands
Muni bus injures 65-year-old pedestrian
Girl killed after graduation by hit-and-run
3.4 earthquake
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Cubs 5, Giants 1, 10 innings
Reds 5, Giants 1
Giants 9, Reds 6
Giants 6, Reds 1
Expos 4, Giants 3
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SF Downtown Your ad is here
Gephardt makes campaign stop
Rape, robbery in Hyatt Regency Hotel
Laptops stolen from office of Angela Alioto
Psychiatrist attacked by homeless man
Bay to Breakers Draws Thousands
Muni bus injures 65-year-old pedestrian
SF City Hall Your ad is here
Motorcyclists Rally for Rights
City Asks for More Parking Tickets
Care not Cash reintroduced at board
Supes get 300% pay raise
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May.1  San Francisco  Levi Strauss turns 150
 Pac Bell Park  Cubs 5, Giants 1, 10 innings
 San Francisco  Dept of Public Health to eliminate 400 jobs
May.2   San Francisco
 Pac Bell Park  Reds 5, Giants 1
 Wells Fargo  Mortgage license revoked
May.3  Pac Bell Park  Giants 9, Reds 6
  UCSF
 SF Tenderloin  Muni bus injures 65-year-old pedestrian
May.4  Pac Bell Park  Giants 6, Reds 1
May.5  Schwab  Vice Chairman Coghlan steps down
May.6   SF Downtown  
  Man sexually assaulted and robbed a woman at the 805-room hotel at 5 Embarcadero Center
 San Francisco  Debit cards replaced food stamps  Gap  President of Banana Republic resigns May.7   Schwab   Pottruck becomes sole CEO  Charles Schwab, 65, continues as non-executive chairman as of shareholders meeting   SF City Hall Motorcyclists Rally for Rights
  San Francisco 2 Killed when car collided with truck  San Francisco  5 schools honored for excelence May.8   San Francisco   Judge Throws out 'Care Not Cash' Plan
  Superior Court Judge Ronald Quidachay ruled that the city's Proposition N violates state law
  San Francisco Another Suspected Case of SARS  Gap  Higher quarterly earnings projected May.9   SF Downtown   Laptops stolen from office of Angela Alioto  3 computers containing confidential campaign data were stolen from the offices of one of leading mayoral candidates  Wells Fargo  Judge sides with bank May.10  UCSF  5 elected to science academy   San Francisco Union agrees to concessions to save ward   San Francisco Body found May.11  SF City Hall  Newsom Asks To Support 'Care Not Cash' May.12   SF City Hall   City Asks for More Parking Tickets  Supervisors have been told to write an additional 40,000 tickets in the next 45 days   San Francisco Arrested for stepmother's death  Pac Bell Park  Expos 4, Giants 3 May.13   PG&E   PG&E suffers first-quarter loss of $354m  Utility-holding company continued to be hurt by the downfall of a energy trading business   SF City Hall Care not Cash reintroduced at board  Pac Bell Park  Expos 6, Giants 4 May.14   San Francisco   Ex-Red Herring editor to launch magazine  Jason Pontin is set to launch a new biotechnology publication, the Acumen Journal of Sciences  San Francisco  Democratic chairman McAuliffe rallies  San Francisco  Hospital suspends heart transplantation  Pac Bell Park  Expos 6, Giants 3  San Francisco  Evidence barred from trial May.15   San Francisco   South Korean president visits  Roh Moo-hyun to have meetings with business leaders and a tour of Silicon Valley  San Francisco  Insurance Sting Nets 20 Arrests for Fraud  Pac Bell Park  Giants 11, Mets 3 May.16   San Francisco   Convicted pot guru denied new trial  A federal judge denied Ed Rosenthal a new trial on marijuana cultivation charges  San Francisco  Police Call Internet Cafe Fire Suspicious  Pac Bell Park  Giants 7, Mets 5 May.17  Pac Bell Park  Mets 5, Giants 1   San Francisco Woman dies in jail May.18   SF Mission Shot in apartment building   SF Downtown   Bay to Breakers Draws Thousands
  Runners were wearing clothes and costumes and some not. Winners were from Kenya and Russia
 Pac Bell Park  Mets 5, Giants 1   San Francisco American Psychiatric Association's meeting May.19   San Francisco School Bus Crash May.20   San Francisco School Bus Driver Charged with DUI May.21   SF City Hall   Supes get 300% pay raise  Supervisors will get a $75,000 annual pay raise, even as they mull potential pay cuts for other city workers  Pac Bell Park  Twins 4, Athletics 3   San Francisco Scores of Restaurants Shutting Down   SF Mission Mother and Daughter Shot May.22   Golden Gate Bridge     Massive Disaster Drill  FBI and the SFPD participated in a simulated bus hijacking   San Francisco Sierra Club elects Larry Fahn as president   Gap Fivefold gain in first-quarter profit   San Francisco 2 to stand trial for killing of senator's son May.23   SF Downtown   Psychiatrist attacked by homeless man  Victim attended the national meeting of the American Psychiatric Association; suspect's mental history cited May.24   San Francisco 20 high school students won scholarships   SFSU Yarrow delivers address at graduation May.25   San Francisco Cartoonist Award ceremony   SF Mission   25th Annual Carnival  Dancers, performers, floats and plenty of people beating drums   San Francisco   Levi's countersues fired employees  2 ex-executives claimed in a lawsuit that they had been fired for refusing to conceal accounting irregularities May.26   SF Sunset   Girl killed after graduation by hit-and-run  A girl who had just left a graduation party was killed by a car that fled after the collision   SF Presidio   Memorial Ceremony Draws Large Crowd  Hundreds of people attended to pay tribute to those who gave their lives to protect the U.S., including in Iraq   Golden Gate Bridge   3.4 earthquake  The quake, centered just west of the Bridge, did not cause any damage or injuries May.27   San Francisco Summit on Aging  Pac Bell Park  Giants 4, Diamondbacks 3, 13 innings May.28  Pac Bell Park  Giants 10, Diamondbacks 2 May.29   San Francisco   Pres. candidate John Edwards speaks  Democratic candidate sounded a populist critique of Bush's economic policies, attacking the $350 billion tax cut   Gap Howard Behar appointed to board   San Francisco Ballet hires music director   SF City Hall Rainy Day Fund May.30   San Francisco   Firefighter injured at fire  Firefighter took a spill on a wet slope at the scene of a residential fire  Golden Gate Bridge  Girl Scout's bridge walk cancelled   San Francisco   Woman Vanishes on Lunch Break
  Hana Muhammed, 22, told her co-workers at her job that she was going on a walk
  SF Downtown   Gephardt makes campaign stop
  Presidential candidate is appearing with Pelosi on a panel at the Pacific Stock Exchange
  San Francisco   Ex-leader of Goodwill pleaded innocent  Andrew Liersch pleaded innocent to leading a ring that embezzled $26 million in donations over his 20-year tenure  Pac Bell Park  Giants 6, Rockies 2 May.31   San Francisco 2 arrested at Ford dealership protest  Pac Bell Park  Giants 2, Rockies 1