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Hotel Strike (2)   Newsom, 2004   Lockout (17)   SF City Hall, 2004   Barry Bonds, 2004   700th Ball (2)
Summary.     Click for More > Man shot to death Hotels refuse to end labor lockout  The operators of 14 hotels are facing a deadline and an ultimatum from SF mayor Huge storm caused problems on freeways Bonds' 700th ball fetches $800K at auction  Giants slugger's 700th home run ball drew a top bid of $804,129 after 240 offers at a 10-day online auction Larry Ellison spurned in bid to buy 49ers  Oracle CEO said that he inquired about buying the 49ers only to be told by the owners that the team isn't for sale Reservoir work clouds water 1 dead, 3 wounded in 2 shootings
Man arrested in connection with stabbing Man who has 700th homer can sell it Hotel operators agree to extend lockout Americans win gold at World Cyber Games Man killed 2 and injured 3 Hotel strike ends, workers locked-out  Thousands of workers ended a 2-week strike but remained off the job as operators of the 14 hotels imposed a lock-out Lawyer convicted of bilking clients Slump continues with $41 million loss Secret recording: Bonds used steroids Grocery Workers Protesting 15th anniversary of Loma Prieta quake Earnings rise 12%, but miss estimates Christian group sued Hastings College Premium gas rings up at $2.70 per gallon Mayor Seeks Cooling-Off in Hotel Dispute   Mayor vows to join pickets to end lockout
Oct.1   San Francisco
  San Francisco
Oct.5   SF Downtown
Oct.10   San Francisco
Oct.11   SF Bayview
Oct.13   SF Downtown
Oct.14   San Francisco
Oct.15   Schwab
Oct.16   San Francisco
  San Francisco
Oct.17   San Francisco
Oct.19   Wells Fargo
Oct.22   San Francisco
Oct.23   San Francisco
Oct.24   SF City Hall
Oct.25   SF City Hall
  Gavin Newsom calsl for a boycott of the 14 facilities and urge other mayors to play hardball with the properties' owners
Oct.26   SF Bayview
  SF Downtown
  Highway 280
Oct.27   Barry Bonds
Oct.29   Larry Ellison
Oct.30   SF Sunset
Oct.31   Visitacion Valley



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San Francisco
Mayor Cancels Pitch Because of Strike
Hotel operators agree to extend lockout
Talks to resume in hotel work stoppage
Hotel strike ends, workers locked-out
Earnings rise 12%, but miss estimates
Mayor Seeks Cooling-Off in Hotel Dispute
Mayor vows to join pickets to end lockout
Hotels refuse to end labor lockout
Body found of man shot in head
Man killed 2 and injured 3
Two Boys Accused of Arson
Man shot to death
1 dead, 3 wounded in 2 shootings
Giants keep Dodgers from clinching
Rams 24, 49ers 14
49ers 31, Cardinals 28 (OT)
Jets win over Niners, 22-14
Bonds' 700th ball fetches $800K at auction
Mayor Cancels Pitch Because of Strike
Talks to resume in hotel work stoppage
Hotel Workers Step Up Protests
Mayor Seeks Cooling-Off in Hotel Dispute
Mayor vows to join pickets to end lockout
Mayor Cancels Pitch Because of Strike
Hotel operators agree to extend lockout
Talks to resume in hotel work stoppage
Hotel strike ends, workers locked-out
Mayor Seeks Cooling-Off in Hotel Dispute
Mayor vows to join pickets to end lockout
Hotels refuse to end labor lockout
Health Dept. Cancels Flu Shot Clinics
Reservoir work clouds water
Humble beetle killed meat-eating ants
World Cyber Games
Grizzly bears arrive at zoo
SF Downtown
Hotel operators agree to extend lockout
Talks to resume in hotel work stoppage
Hotel strike ends, workers locked-out
Hotels refuse to end labor lockout
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Talks to resume in hotel work stoppage
Hotel Workers Step Up Protests
Hotel operators agree to extend lockout
Talks to resume in hotel work stoppage
Hotel strike ends, workers locked-out
Hotels refuse to end labor lockout
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World Cyber Games
SF City Hall
Mayor Seeks Cooling-Off in Hotel Dispute
Mayor vows to join pickets to end lockout
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Mayor Seeks Cooling-Off in Hotel Dispute
Mayor vows to join pickets to end lockout
Mayor Seeks Cooling-Off in Hotel Dispute
Mayor vows to join pickets to end lockout
Health Dept. Cancels Flu Shot Clinics
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Body found of man shot in head
Two Boys Accused of Arson
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Reservoir work clouds water
Humble beetle killed meat-eating ants

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Man arrested in connection with stabbing  Rafael Cuevas, 22, wanted in the fatal stabbing of a Giants fan was arrested attempting to re-enter the United States Man who has 700th homer can sell it  A judge declared Steve Williams, who ended up with Barry Bonds' 700th home run ball, to be the lawful owner Giants keep Dodgers from clinching Mayor Cancels Pitch Because of Strike Humble beetle killed meat-eating ants London Cabbies Ride SF Streets Rams 24, 49ers 14 Hotel Strike and Lockout Goes Strong Hotel operators agree to extend lockout  Operators of 14 downtown hotels involved in a work stoppage voted to lock out employees at 4 of the hotels Body found of man shot in head Talks to resume in hotel work stoppage Gallon of regular unleaded $2.34 4-alarm apartment fire Americans win gold at World Cyber Games  5 from Team3D defeated the Titans of Denmark in the popular 'Counter Strike' competition 49ers 31, Cardinals 28 (OT) Grizzly bears arrive at zoo Man killed 2 and injured 3  A gunman got out of a car and opened fire on a crowd of about 50. The victims were targeted by the shooter Person killed after shooting Bonds 700th homer to hit auction block Two Boys Accused of Arson Hotel strike ends, workers locked-out


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Oct.1  San Francisco  10 hotels locked out workers
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Oct.2  Cupertino  15,000 customers still affected by outage
  SF City Hall
  Golden Gate Park
Oct.3   San Francisco
  Candlestick
Oct.4   San Francisco
 Schwab  Schwab warns of revenue drop
Oct.5   SF Downtown  
 SF City Hall  Health Dept. Cancels Flu Shot Clinics
Oct.6   Ocean Beach
  SF Downtown
 San Francisco  Home Prices Forecast to Jump Up Again
Oct.7   San Francisco
 SF Downtown  World Cyber Games
Oct.8  SF Downtown  Hotel Workers Step Up Protests
Oct.10   San Francisco
 San Francisco  Pedestrian killed by Muni train
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  Candlestick
  SF Zoo
Oct.11   SF Bayview  
Oct.12   San Francisco
  San Francisco
  SF Sunset
 San Francisco  Levi's posts quarterly profit
Oct.13  SF Downtown  Fairmont workers report back to work
  SF Downtown  
  Thousands of workers ended a 2-week strike but remained off the job as operators of the 14 hotels imposed a lock-out
  San Francisco 3 people injured in shooting
Oct.14   San Francisco   Lawyer convicted of bilking clients  Nikolai Tehin who lived a lavish lifestyle was stealing millions from clients including low-income tenants, disabled children  San Francisco  Month's home sales remain strong  San Francisco  City Gas Prices Break New Record: $2.46  San Francisco  Gay-owned PlanetOut goes public Oct.15   Schwab   Slump continues with $41 million loss  Stock broker suffered a 3rd-quarter loss of $41 million, reflecting the costs of an expansion gone awry  San Francisco  Sen. Clinton Stumps for Kerry  San Francisco  $2.50 a gallon Oct.16   San Francisco     Secret recording: Bonds used steroids  His trainer claimed that Barry was using an 'undetectable' performance-enhancing drug in 2003   San Francisco   Grocery Workers Protesting  Bay Area grocery workers are demonstrating in the parking lots of Safeway, Kroger, and Albertsons stores Oct.17   San Francisco   15th anniversary of Loma Prieta quake  The 1989 quake was collapsing a portion of the upper deck of the Bay Bridge. In all, 68 people died   49ers Jets win over Niners, 22-14 Oct.19   Wells Fargo   Earnings rise 12%, but miss estimates  The company earned $1.74 billion, or $1.02 per share, compared with $1.56 billion, or 92 cents per share, a year earlier Oct.21  SF City Hall  Newsom Gives First State of City Address  SF Chronicle  Chronicle announces layoffs Oct.22   San Francisco   Christian group sued Hastings College  The Christian Legal Society says excluding gays, nonbelievers is OK  SF Zoo  Siberian Tiger Dies  San Francisco  $108 million housing complex dedicated Oct.23   San Francisco   Premium gas rings up at $2.70 per gallon  Drivers are paying from $2.50 to $2.60 per gallon for regular unleaded Oct.24   SF Downtown 2 people carjacked   SF City Hall   Mayor Seeks Cooling-Off in Hotel Dispute  Newsom has asked labor leaders and 14 hotels for a 90-day cooling-off period in their contract dispute  San Francisco  Transgender Supervisor candidate Oct.25   SF Downtown Parlor hit in crackdown on sex slave trade   SF Presidio 18-year-old man found dead   SF City Hall     Mayor vows to join pickets to end lockout
  Gavin Newsom calsl for a boycott of the 14 facilities and urge other mayors to play hardball with the properties' owners
  San Francisco Schwarzenegger visits for Proposition 1A Oct.26   SF Bayview   Man shot to death  21-year-old Julius Johnson had apparently been shot once, had run a short distance and been shot again   SF Downtown   Hotels refuse to end labor lockout
  The operators of 14 hotels are facing a deadline and an ultimatum from SF mayor
  Highway 280   Huge storm caused problems on freeways Map of Interstate 280 San Francisco  The rain flooded freeways at different locations. At 3am, 4 lanes of 280 were underwater Oct.27   Barry Bonds   Bonds' 700th ball fetches $800K at auction
  Giants slugger's 700th home run ball drew a top bid of $804,129 after 240 offers at a 10-day online auction
Oct.28   SF Richmond 3-alarm blaze
  SF Downtown Hotels blast mayor's actions in dispute Oct.29   SF Downtown Talks with hotel managers   San Francisco Union: SBC to move 1,000 jobs out of SF   Larry Ellison   Larry Ellison spurned in bid to buy 49ers
  Oracle CEO said that he inquired about buying the 49ers only to be told by the owners that the team isn't for sale
  San Francisco Nextcard auditor pleads guilty to falsifying Oct.30   Golden Gate Park Park registered as historic   SF Sunset   Reservoir work clouds water  Officials are recommending that residents refrain from drinking tap water that appears cloudy or discolored Oct.31   Visitacion Valley   1 dead, 3 wounded in 2 shootings  One man is in critical condition. 2 Visitacion Valley shootings within blocks of each other may be related