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10-03 Tesla shares fall on report of a car fire Tesla
2. 10-03 Apple axes China anti-firewall app Apple
D. 10-05 Stanford student accused of DUI in fatal 101 crash South SF
E. 10-09 Stanford professor wins Nobel Prize in chemistry Stanford
F. 10-09 Aldon Smith faces felony weapons charges stemming from party Santa Clara
G. 10-12 Utah topples Stanford to shake up the Pac-12 Stanford
7. 10-14 Fatal accident halts work at 49ers new stadium 49ers stadium, Levi's Stadium
8. 10-16 Cupertino City Council approves new Apple campus Cupertino

Apple axes China anti-firewall app  Chinese web users have criticised Apple after the company pulled an iPhone app which enabled users to bypass firewalls and access restricted... 22-year-old dies after being ejected from motorcycle on 101 Stanford student accused of DUI in fatal 101 crash   The CHP says 24-year-old student Zachary Katz was drunk, driving the wrong way on 101 near Sierra Point Parkway when he rammed the taxi   Bay Area professors win Nobel Prize in medicine
Tesla shares fall on report of a car fire

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Oct.3   Tesla  
  Shares in the electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors fell more than 6% after one of its cars caught fire
Oct.4   Highway 101
Oct.5   South SF  
Oct.7   UC Berkeley  
  Randy Schekman, 64, is at the University of California, Berkeley. Thomas Sudhof, 57, joined Stanford University in 2008
 2013 Nobel Prize in medicine is for discoveries on how hormones, enzymes and other key substances are transported within cells
  Palo Alto Firefighters put out house fire Oct.9   Stanford     Stanford professor wins Nobel Prize in chemistry
  Michael Levitt is a professor and chair of Department of Structural Biology. He shares the prize with professors from USC and Harvard
  Santa Clara     Aldon Smith faces felony weapons charges stemming from party  The Santa Clara DA filed three felony counts of assault weapons charges against Smith in relation to a party thrown at his house in 2012   HP HP issues upbeat guidance for 2014 Oct.11   Palo Alto Zuckerberg buys four homes next to his property Oct.12   Tesla New Tesla store opens in Palo Alto   Stanford   Utah topples Stanford to shake up the Pac-12  Utah 27, No. 5 Stanford 21. Utah toppled a shaky Stanford team that couldn’t get things going on offense Oct.14   Levi's Stadium   Fatal accident halts work at 49ers new stadium Map of 49ers stadium Santa Clara
  A steel contractor from the Napa Reinforcing Steel facility was severely injured when a load of rebar from his truck broke loose as it was being unloaded
Oct.15   Intel Intel beat Wall Street expectations Oct.16   Cupertino   Cupertino City Council approves new Apple campus  Apple's plans for a massive new campus in Silicon Valley that former CEO Steve Jobs likened to a spaceship have cleared another hurdle Oct.17   Google   Google headed for Wall Street record  Google appears headed for its highest stock price on record after the quarterly earnings report showed a big jump in profits Oct.18   Google   Google shares hit $1,000 after strong earnings
  Google shares have topped $1,000 for the first time after the company reported better-than-expected earnings
Oct.19   Stanford   Stanford returns to form in commanding win over UCLA  No. 13 Cardinal (6-1, 4-1 Pac-12) handed No. 9 UCLA (5-1, 2-1 Pac-12) its first defeat of the season here on Saturday Oct.21   Mountain View   Skateboarder hit by vehicle, hospitalized with major injuries   The incident occurred in the about 11:30 a.m. The skateboarder was taken to Stanford Hospital with major injuries Oct.22   SF Downtown   Apple shows off thinner iPad Air   Apple has unveiled a top-of-the-range tablet called the iPad Air that is 20% thinner than the previous version Oct.24   Dumbarton Bridge   8 rescued from sinking boat south of Dumbarton Bridge  Firefighters rescued eight people from an overloaded airboat after it struck a submerged piling in the Bay and started taking on water Oct.29   Los Altos     Steve Jobs' home gets historic designation  The Silicon Valley home where Apple co-founder Steve Jobs grew up and built some of his first computers is now on the city's list of historic properties   Stanford   Stanford captain Gardner to miss rest of season  Defensive end Ben Gardner will miss the remainder of the season with a left pectoral injury, which he suffered in the 20-12 win over the Bea... Oct.30   Tesla   Panasonic, Tesla sign deal to expand cell supply  Electric car maker Tesla Motors has signed a deal with Japan's Panasonic Corp. to expand its supply of battery cells   Yahoo   Yahoo and Google data links 'hacked'   The National Security Agency (NSA) has been hacking data links connecting Yahoo and Google's data centres, according to leaks by Snowden   Google   Google outrage at 'NSA hacking'   Google has expressed outrage following a report that the US National Security Agency (NSA) has hacked its data links   Santa Clara     49ers Aldon Smith posts bail, court dates set  Smith, 24, turned himself in to authorities Tuesday then posted $75,000 bail. He's now scheduled to appear in court Oct.31   Apple   Apple plans to increase capital spending in 2014  Apple plans to increase spending on manufacturing equipment, product testing and retail stores by 57 percent in fiscal 2014   Stanford   Norovirus suspected in dorm illnesses  University suspects that the contagious norovirus is to blame for the severe gastrointestinal illness that has sickened 52 students in campus...


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