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1. 09-02 Thousands celebrates Summer of Love Golden Gate Park
C. 09-02 Bridge Repairs Progressing Smoothly Bay Bridge
D. 09-03 Bridge Is Back In Business Bay Bridge
E. 09-03 Three Homicides In SF In 2 Days 100 Velasco Avenue, San Francisco
5. 09-07 Barack Obama Rallies Receptive Crowd San Francisco
G. 09-08 Singularity Summit: AI, Future of Humans San Francisco
09-10 Newsom Asks Over 100 Staffers To Resign SF City Hall
I. 09-13 Giants Eliminated From Playoffs Pac Bell Park

Summary.     Click for More > Political Cartoonist Phil Frank Dies Street Collapse Near Bay Bridge On-Ramp Over 100 Comply With Request To Resign Bonds' record ball nets $752,467 Man killed early morning in double shooting Harbor Ferry Service Halted Due To Wind   Ed Jew Faces Fed Charges  Mayor Gavin Newsom called on embattled Supervisor to resign in the face of new federal extortion charges on top of state charges Design Picked For Transbay Terminal   Giants, Bonds parting ways  The Giants told Bonds they will not bring him back next season. Giants owner Peter Magowan: It's always difficult to say goodbye Ed Jew pleads not guilty to fraud charge Security Guards Go On Strike Mayor Suspends Supervisor Ed Jew 756th HR Ball To Be Branded With Asterisk Bonds says goodbye to S.F. Nurses authorize N. California strike Theft of laptop with 800K applicants' info Principal named National Principal of Year Newsom Announces Pick For HRC Director
Thousands celebrates Summer of Love  Even the closing of the Bay Bridge could not keep nostalgic flower children away from the park to celebrate the 40th anniversary Bridge Is Back In Business Three Homicides In SF In 2 Days Plumas Fire Causes Hazy Bay Area Sky  The fires in Santa Clara County and in Plumas County produced large amounts of smoke and ash   Newsom Asks Over 100 Staffers To Resign
Sep.2   Golden Gate Park
Sep.3   Bay Bridge
  San Francisco
Sep.6   Bay Area
Sep.10   SF City Hall
  Mayor, who faces scant competition in the election, was asking all of his more than 100 political appointees to resign before his first term ends
Sep.13   SF Chronicle
  South of Market
Sep.14   SF City Hall
Sep.15   San Francisco
Sep.16   SF Downtown
Sep.19   SF Downtown
Sep.20   SF City Hall
  South of Market
Sep.21   Giants
  San Francisco
Sep.24   SF Downtown
Sep.25   SF City Hall
Sep.26   Barry Bonds
  Pac Bell Park
Sep.28   San Francisco
Sep.29   Gap
Sep.30   Visitacion Valley
  SF City Hall



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San Francisco
Rockies Knock Off Giants, 7-4
Bonds Hits #762 As Giants Beat Rockies
Durham hits 3-run as Giants beat Dodgers
Ortmeier Scores Go-Ahead Run
Giants Eliminated From Playoffs
Greene homer lifts Padres past Giants
Niners' Lawson out for season
Giants, Bonds parting ways
756th HR Ball To Be Branded With Asterisk
Bonds says goodbye to S.F.
Early morning homicide
Man killed early morning in double shooting
City Attorney, Public Defender At Odds
Ed Jew Faces Fed Charges
Theft of laptop with 800K applicants' info
Bridge Repairs Progressing Smoothly
Bridge Is Back In Business
Harbor Ferry Service Halted Due To Wind
Design Picked For Transbay Terminal
Sponsorship plan for bridge unpopular idea
Security Guards Go On Strike
$65 million for unfinished mansion
Thousands celebrates Summer of Love
Academy Of Art Under Fire By Planners
Newsom Asks Over 100 Staffers To Resign
Political Cartoonist Phil Frank Dies
Over 100 Comply With Request To Resign
Ed Jew Faces Fed Charges
Mayor Suspends Supervisor Ed Jew
Newsom Announces Pick For HRC Director
Water Main Broken After Pipe Burst
Street Collapse Near Bay Bridge On-Ramp
Harbor Ferry Service Halted Due To Wind
Rockies Knock Off Giants, 7-4
Bonds Hits #762 As Giants Beat Rockies
Durham hits 3-run as Giants beat Dodgers
Ortmeier Scores Go-Ahead Run
Giants Eliminated From Playoffs
Greene homer lifts Padres past Giants
Giants, Bonds parting ways
756th HR Ball To Be Branded With Asterisk
Bonds says goodbye to S.F.
SF City Hall Your ad is here
City Attorney, Public Defender At Odds
Ed Jew Faces Fed Charges
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Newsom Asks Over 100 Staffers To Resign
Over 100 Comply With Request To Resign
Ed Jew Faces Fed Charges
Mayor Suspends Supervisor Ed Jew
Newsom Announces Pick For HRC Director
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Pac Bell Park
Durham hits 3-run as Giants beat Dodgers
Ortmeier Scores Go-Ahead Run
Giants Eliminated From Playoffs
Bonds says goodbye to S.F.
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Durham hits 3-run as Giants beat Dodgers
Ortmeier Scores Go-Ahead Run
Giants Eliminated From Playoffs
Bonds says goodbye to S.F.
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Man killed early morning in double shooting
Design Picked For Transbay Terminal
Security Guards Go On Strike
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Street Collapse Near Bay Bridge On-Ramp
Harbor Ferry Service Halted Due To Wind
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Giants
Rockies Knock Off Giants, 7-4
Giants, Bonds parting ways
756th HR Ball To Be Branded With Asterisk
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Rockies Knock Off Giants, 7-4
Giants, Bonds parting ways
756th HR Ball To Be Branded With Asterisk
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Bridge Repairs Progressing Smoothly
Bridge Is Back In Business
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Sep.2   SF Bayview
  Golden Gate Park  
  Even the closing of the Bay Bridge could not keep nostalgic flower children away from the park to celebrate the 40th anniversary
  Bay Bridge Bridge Repairs Progressing Smoothly
Sep.3   Bay Bridge   Bridge Is Back In Business  The bridge reopen at 6 p.m., far ahead of the originally scheduled reopening of 5 a.m. Tuesday   San Francisco   Three Homicides In SF In 2 Days   Byron Smith, a 32-year-old SF resident, was found fatally shot. Officers discovered John Daniel Schirra, 22, dead on a street   Treasure Island Water Main Broken After Pipe Burst  Giants  Rockies Knock Off Giants, 7-4 Sep.4   San Francisco Man died after shooting in broad daylight Sep.5   San Francisco Shooting claimed life of male victim  Giants  Bonds Hits #762 As Giants Beat Rockies Sep.6   Bay Area   Plumas Fire Causes Hazy Bay Area Sky
  The fires in Santa Clara County and in Plumas County produced large amounts of smoke and ash
  SF City Hall Academy Of Art Under Fire By Planners  San Francisco  NFL Wants 49ers To Stay In SF Sep.7   San Francisco Fire Damages Homes, Displaces Residents   San Francisco Barack Obama Rallies Receptive Crowd Sep.8   San Francisco Singularity Summit: AI, Future of Humans Sep.9  Pac Bell Park  Durham hits 3-run as Giants beat Dodgers Sep.10   SF City Hall     Newsom Asks Over 100 Staffers To Resign
  Mayor, who faces scant competition in the election, was asking all of his more than 100 political appointees to resign before his first term ends
Sep.11  Pac Bell Park  Ortmeier Scores Go-Ahead Run Sep.13   Pac Bell Park Giants Eliminated From Playoffs   SF Chronicle   Political Cartoonist Phil Frank Dies  His whimsical drawings graced the newspaper for 3 decades. Frank died of a brain tumor at a hillside house. He was 64   South of Market   Street Collapse Near Bay Bridge On-Ramp  A major commute route in Financial District collapsed when a massive sinkhole opened up due to a water main break Sep.14   San Francisco Home sales plunge to 15-year low   SF City Hall   Over 100 Comply With Request To Resign  More than 100 city officials complied by deadline with a request from Mayor Newsom to hand in their resignations  Giants  Greene homer lifts Padres past Giants Sep.15  Barry Bonds  Bidding Anemic For Historic Home Run Balls   San Francisco     Bonds' record ball nets $752,467  756th home run ball was auctioned well more than the estimates by memorabilia experts. 755, the ball that tied the record, went for $186,750 Sep.16   San Francisco SF Firefighters Battling SoCal Fires   SF Downtown   Man killed early morning in double shooting   Ronald Jacques, 27, was found dead and another victim was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries Sep.17   San Francisco Startup Introduces New Search   San Francisco School Honored For Green Commitment  SF Bayview  Hit-And-Run Kills Elderly Woman Sep.18   SF City Hall City Attorney, Public Defender At Odds Sep.19   SF Downtown   Harbor Ferry Service Halted Due To Wind  The Alameda Harbor Bay Ferry is not operating due to heavy winds expected in the Bay Area  San Francisco  Bonds rips Ecko for treatment of 756 ball Sep.20   SF City Hall     Ed Jew Faces Fed Charges
  Mayor Gavin Newsom called on embattled Supervisor to resign in the face of new federal extortion charges on top of state charges
  South of Market   Design Picked For Transbay Terminal  A regional transportation commission picked a Connecticut architecture firm to design a new bus and train terminal and an adjacent skyscraper   49ers Niners' Lawson out for season Sep.21   Giants     Giants, Bonds parting ways
  The Giants told Bonds they will not bring him back next season. Giants owner Peter Magowan: It's always difficult to say goodbye.    On his Web site, Bonds said: 'There is more baseball in me and I plan...
  San Francisco     Ed Jew pleads not guilty to fraud charge  A rookie city lawmaker accused of attempting to extort $80,000 from a group of fast-food business owners pleaded not guilty   SF City Hall Chief Fong Points The Finger At Newsom Sep.23   San Francisco 5 Hurt In Weekend Shootings, Stabbings   Golden Gate Bridge Sponsorship plan for bridge unpopular idea Sep.24   SF Downtown   Security Guards Go On Strike  Security guards who normally protect the downtown high rises can be found outside instead, picketing as their strike gets under way   49ers Niners' Davis likely out two weeks   Pac Bell Park Giants Beat Padres 9-4 Sep.25   Pacific Heights $65 million for unfinished mansion   SF City Hall     Mayor Suspends Supervisor Ed Jew  Gavin Newsom replaced the supervisor with his Deputy Budget Director, Carmen Chu   Pac Bell Park Padres score 4 in 9th to stun Giants Sep.26   Barry Bonds   756th HR Ball To Be Branded With Asterisk  The ball Bonds hit for his record-breaking home run will be branded with an asterisk and sent to the Baseball Hall of Fame, its owner said   Pac Bell Park     Bonds says goodbye to S.F.  He waved in every direction and tipped his cap. Fans waved placards reading 'THANKS BARRY'. Padres Beat Giants 11-3 Sep.27   Pleasanton Police Nab SF Car Thief Suspect   SF Downtown Security Officers Returning To Work Sep.28   San Francisco   Nurses authorize N. California strike  A union has authorized a 2-day strike at up to 16 hospitals to protest patient care practices and changes to health care and retirement bene...   San Francisco Burmese Protest At Chinese Consulate Sep.29  Bay Bridge  Fatal collision involving tractor-trailer   Visitacion Valley Shooting killed man  SF Downtown  15th Birthday Of Critical Mass   Gap   Theft of laptop with 800K applicants' info  People who applied for jobs at the Gap in 2006 may have fallen into a security breach Sep.30   Visitacion Valley   Principal named National Principal of Year  Jim Dierke has been principal of Visitacion Valley Middle School since 1999. The school will receive another $3,500   SF City Hall     Newsom Announces Pick For HRC Director  Mayor has nominated Christopher Iglesias for executive director of the Human Rights Commission