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1. 10-01 Fender-bender may sparked shooting San Francisco
2. 10-03 Ed Jew's Criminal Attorney Wants To Quit San Francisco
3. 10-03 Man shot to death 2300 Post Street, Western Addition
4. 10-04 Police Probe 3 Murders In 24 Hours Sunnydale Avenue and Schwerin Street, San Francisco
F. 10-05 Blue Angels return to the skies above SF San Francisco
10-10 Thousands Of Nurses Strike In Bay Area San Francisco
H. 10-10 Wikimedia abandons Florida for SF San Francisco
8. 10-10 16-Year-Old Escapes Detention Facility San Francisco

Summary.     Click for More > Thousands Of Nurses Strike In Bay Area  Nearly 5,000 nurses in the Bay Area and beyond are staging the two-day strike to protest what they say are unacceptable proposals Wikimedia abandons Florida for SF 16-Year-Old Escapes Detention Facility   Gore Speaks In SF Amid Nobel Speculation  Gore appeared at a fundraiser for Barbara Boxer and focused on the environment and global warming at the Westin St. Frances hotel   Al Gore, U.N. Body Win Nobel Peace Prize  Gore, who was staying at his condominium at the St. Regis Hotel, won the prize for efforts to spread awareness of man-made climate change Archbishop: communion to fake, gay nuns FasTrak Metering Lights To Speed Up Supervisor Ed Jew Back In Court The Lights Go Down In The City SF Gas Prices Highest In Country Episcopalians affirm pro-gay positions   Largest Of Nationwide Anti-War Protests  Thousands of people called for a swift end to the war as they marched under sunny skiesy, chanting and carrying bright anti-war signs Gap Severs Ties With Child Sweatshop BART station closed to deter Halloween State Of City Speech: SF Making Progress Groups sue over 'mothball fleet' pollution Police Presence Spooks Revelers
Fender-bender may sparked shooting Ed Jew's Criminal Attorney Wants To Quit Man shot to death Police Probe 3 Murders In 24 Hours Blue Angels return to the skies above SF 49ers to buy Great America for stadium
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Oct.9   Levi's Stadium
  The team might be willing to buy the theme park next to its proposed new stadium to resolve a lingering parking dispute
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Oct.11   San Francisco
Oct.12   SF Downtown
Oct.15   San Francisco
Oct.16   Bay Bridge
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Oct.27   SF Downtown
Oct.28   Gap
  SF Mission
Oct.29   SF City Hall
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Oct.31   SF Castro



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San Francisco
Man shot to death
Fatal morning shooting
2 stabbed, wounded outside nightclub
Dead after being shot
3 Wounded In Shooting
Body Found Near Golden Gate Park
Shootings Send Victims To The Hospital
Woman Hurt In Police Shooting
Al Gore, U.N. Body Win Nobel Peace Prize
City-run drug injection centers considered
Supes approve $185M park bond in ballot
Largest Of Nationwide Anti-War Protests
Demonstrators rally to protest Iraq war
Gap Severs Ties With Child Sweatshop
State Of City Speech: SF Making Progress
Police Presence Spooks Revelers
3Q profit soars from sale, new customers
FasTrak Metering Lights To Speed Up
3Q Earnings up 4%
Bridge rejects corporate ads
Gap Severs Ties With Child Sweatshop
Alex Smith will miss at least 1 week
Defense dominates as lewis hold off 49ers
Conte: No evidence to indict Bonds
Barry Bonds files for free agency
SF Downtown
Fatal morning shooting
2 stabbed, wounded outside nightclub
Al Gore, U.N. Body Win Nobel Peace Prize
Largest Of Nationwide Anti-War Protests
Demonstrators rally to protest Iraq war
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FasTrak Metering Lights To Speed Up
Bridge rejects corporate ads
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West San Francisco
Body Found Near Golden Gate Park
Woman Hurt In Police Shooting
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SF Mission
Dead after being shot
3 Wounded In Shooting
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SF City Hall Your ad is here
City-run drug injection centers considered
State Of City Speech: SF Making Progress
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Fender-bender may sparked shooting  Fatal shooting of 66-year-old Kam Shing Yam may have been sparked by a dispute over a minor traffic collision Fatal morning shooting   Ed Jew's Criminal Attorney Wants To Quit  Attorney Bill Fazio filed a motion asking to withdraw himself as counselor for suspended supervisor's San Francisco criminal case Man shot to death   29-year-old Ramadan Smith was found lying facedown in the bike lane before 1 a.m. Police Probe 3 Murders In 24 Hours Map of Sunnydale Avenue and Schwerin Street San Francisco  33-year old Roland Fox was also the victim of an apparent drive-by shooting Blue Angels return to the skies above SF  The Navy's precision flying team is scheduled for more practice sessions before performing their aerial maneuvers as part of Fleet Week 2007 2 stabbed, wounded outside nightclub 49ers to buy Great America for stadium


October 2007 ... more > Top ^
Oct.1   San Francisco  
 Highway 101  Man is victim of fatal crash
 49ers  Alex Smith will miss at least 1 week
Oct.2  Bay Bridge  Truck Got Stuck Under Metal Overhang
 SF Sunset  1 Dead, 4 Hurt: Crash, Pedestrians Hit
Oct.3   SF Tenderloin
  San Francisco  
  Western Addition  
Oct.4   San Francisco  
Oct.5   San Francisco  
Oct.7   SF Downtown
Oct.8  Candlestick  Defense dominates as lewis hold off 49ers
Oct.9   Levi's Stadium  
  The team might be willing to buy the theme park next to its proposed new stadium to resolve a lingering parking dispute
Oct.10   San Francisco   Thousands Of Nurses Strike In Bay Area
  Nearly 5,000 nurses in the Bay Area and beyond are staging the two-day strike to protest what they say are unacceptable proposals
  San Francisco   Wikimedia abandons Florida for SF  The Wikimedia Foundation, the force behind the popular online encyclopedia, is moving its headquarters this winter   San Francisco   16-Year-Old Escapes Detention Facility  Angel Carrion has a goatee and mustache and may be wearing a dark blue T-shirt, tan pants and white socks Oct.11   SF Mission Dead after being shot
 SF Richmond  Died after crashing vehicle into tree   San Francisco     Gore Speaks In SF Amid Nobel Speculation
  Gore appeared at a fundraiser for Barbara Boxer and focused on the environment and global warming at the Westin St. Frances hotel
Oct.12   SF Downtown     Al Gore, U.N. Body Win Nobel Peace Prize
  Gore, who was staying at his condominium at the St. Regis Hotel, won the prize for efforts to spread awareness of man-made climate change
  San Francisco FEMA Chief Draws Up Massive Quake Plan   Oakland Nurses Not Allowed To Return After Strike Oct.14  San Francisco  Fatal pedestrian accident involving bus   SF Mission 3 Wounded In Shooting Oct.15   San Francisco   Archbishop: communion to fake, gay nuns  The Archbishop of San Francisco has apologized for giving communion to the society of of gay, lesbian and transgendered activists   Schwab 3Q profit soars from sale, new customers   San Francisco Hitler's 'Eagle's Nest' Globe Up For Auction Oct.16   Bay Bridge     FasTrak Metering Lights To Speed Up  The red light that turns green is going to turn green quicker in the FasTrak lanes then the cash lanes   Wells Fargo 3Q Earnings up 4%   SF Richmond Body Found Near Golden Gate Park Oct.17   San Francisco MySpace To Add Skype Voice Calling   San Francisco 18 Years After Loma Prieta Oct.18   San Francisco NorCal Home Sales Sink To 20-Year Low Oct.19   SF City Hall City-run drug injection centers considered   San Francisco     Supervisor Ed Jew Back In Court  Jew hired a new attorney, and the city's Ethics Commission officially became involved in the case Oct.21   San Francisco   The Lights Go Down In The City  Efforts to raise awareness about energy consumption Saturday night’s Lights Out San Francisco event are being applauded by Schwarzenegger   San Francisco   SF Gas Prices Highest In Country  The cost of a gallon of regular in the city averaged $3.17   SF Downtown Digital Scan Reveals Mona Lisa Mystery   San Francisco 8,500 lost power Oct.22   Santa Clara Committee Opposing S. Bay 49ers Stadium Oct.23   San Francisco   Episcopalians affirm pro-gay positions  Delegates representing Episcopal churches in the Bay area approved 3 sets of prayers that clergy can use to bless same-sex couples   SF City Hall Supes approve $185M park bond in ballot  Barry Bonds  Conte: No evidence to indict Bonds Oct.25   San Francisco Bonds Speaks at Commonwealth Club Oct.26   Golden Gate Bridge Bridge rejects corporate ads Oct.27   San Francisco Artists selected to sculpt young Lincoln   SF Downtown Demonstrators rally to protest Iraq war   Visitacion Valley Shootings Send Victims To The Hospital   SF Downtown     Largest Of Nationwide Anti-War Protests
  Thousands of people called for a swift end to the war as they marched under sunny skiesy, chanting and carrying bright anti-war signs.    The signs read: 'Wall Street Gets Rich, Ira...
Oct.28  Visitacion Valley  Middle school principal wins national award   Gap   Gap Severs Ties With Child Sweatshop  A British newspaper found children as young as 10 making clothes in a sweatshop in New Delhi   SF Mission   BART station closed to deter Halloween  Authorities plan to close a train station near Castro district this Halloween to ward off potential partiers Oct.29   SF City Hall     State Of City Speech: SF Making Progress  Mayor Gavin Newsom gave an upbeat annual address, saying that 'San Francisco is making progress in almost every area'   San Francisco   Groups sue over 'mothball fleet' pollution  Several environmental groups sued the feds over toxic pollution caused by a fleet of mothballed warships floating near SF Bay   San Francisco Plot To Burn Down Cathedral  Giants  Barry Bonds files for free agency Oct.30   Ingleside Woman Hurt In Police Shooting   SF Downtown Body Under Train Disrupts Rush Hour Ride Oct.31   San Francisco Thompson Stumps In SF   SF Castro   Police Presence Spooks Revelers  A heavy police presence seemed enough to spook revelers away from what was once home to the largest Halloween street party