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1. 09-01 Bridge Toll Jumps To $6 Golden Gate Bridge
09-03 Head Of SF Hell's Angels Shot Dead 24th Street and Treat Avenue, SF Mission
3. 09-03 Bank Under Siege By Facing Foreclosure San Francisco
E. 09-04 Man to stand trial for murder San Francisco
F. 09-05 2 dead, 3 wounded in shootings SF Mission
6. 09-06 Cosco operator offers to plead no contest San Francisco
7. 09-06 Tourism Boosts S.F. Economy San Francisco
8. 09-09 Apple Unveils New iPods SF Downtown

Bank Under Siege By Facing Foreclosure
Bridge Toll Jumps To $6  Drivers will have to pay another dollar to cross the bridge starting Tuesday; using the electronic system FasTrak -- $5 instead of $4 Mother backs over her 8-year-old child Giants Shutout By Rockies 4-0 Residents express concern over stadium Head Of SF Hell's Angels Shot Dead Map of 24th Street and Treat Avenue San Francisco


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Sep.1   Golden Gate Bridge  
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  Giants
Sep.3   Levi's Stadium
  SF Mission  
  Mark Guardado, 45, was found with gunshot wounds. He was shot by a man who drove up on a motorcycle
 Guardado had been the subject of an investigation into an assault with a deadly weapon incident
  San Francisco  
  SF Wachovia branch was under siege by people on the verge of losing homes, accusing of giving mortgages that the bank knew they couldn't afford
  SF City Hall SFPD Launches Effort To Curb Robberies Sep.4   San Francisco   Man to stand trial for murder  38-year-old Richard Carelli will stand trial for murder in connection with the death of his housemate, 49-year-old Leonard Hoskins   Potrero Hill Gunman Shoots Parents, Baby Unhurt Sep.5   SF Mission   2 dead, 3 wounded in shootings
  2 men approached 19-year-old Noel Espinoza and 23-year-old Matthew Solomon and opened fire before fleeing in a waiting minivan
  Pac Bell Park Giants Begin Homestand With 7-0 Loss Sep.6   San Francisco     Cosco operator offers to plead no contest  The operating company for the container ship involved in oil spill has offered to plead no contest to criminal charges of falsifying documen...   San Francisco   Tourism Boosts S.F. Economy  The tourism where the weak $ brought an increased numbers of visitors and reversed a temporary drop in the hotel occupancy rate   Western Addition 18-Year Old Shot, Killed Sep.8   Candlestick   Niners Encouraged Despite Opening Loss  Nolan thinks season-opening 23-13 loss to the Arizona Cardinals was one of good losses Sep.9   SF Downtown     Apple Unveils New iPods  A taller, slinkier iPod Nano, a slimmer iPod Touch and new iTunes software that includes an artificial intelligence system   Pac Bell Park Velez's Single Helps Giants Top D-Backs Sep.10   SF Tenderloin Historic eyesore purchased Sep.11   North Beach Burglary suspect chased, plunges to death   San Francisco   Suspect Identified In Hells Angels Murder  A 35-year-old Modesto man believed to be a rival motorcycle gang member was being sought by police for the slaying of SF chapter president Sep.15   San Francisco 30 Months For City Hall Bomb Threat Sep.16   SF City Hall   Officials vote against zoo plan  City officials have rejected a plan to turn the zoo into a sanctuary for rescued animals Sep.17   SF Richmond   Bicyclist Shot To Death Map of Cabrillo Street and 15th Avenue San Francisco  The victim got off his bike, started running down Cabrillo Street and apparently knocked on doors of buildings in the neighborhood   SF Chronicle   Chronicle names Adkins as new president  Hearst Corporation made Mark Adkins, senior VP of advertising for Hearst Newspapers, the president of the SF Chronicle and its online home   San Francisco Feds urge rejection of plea in oil spill case Sep.19   San Francisco Catholic Charities of sued by EEOC   Giants Zito Pitches Giants To Victory Sep.21   Golden Gate Park   New Calif. Academy of Sciences opens
  The Academy reopened to the public after more than 10 years of planning and construction. The new $488 million building substitutes the old facility
 The old building was seriously damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake
  SF Bayview 26-year-old man shot to death
  SF Bayview Man died from gunshot wound   SF Tenderloin Man stabed to death Sep.22   San Francisco     15-To-Life For Dog Owner In Fatal Mauling  Marjorie Knoller, 53, whose two dogs viciously attacked and killed her neighbor was convicted of second-degree murder in the Jan. 26, 2001   Petaluma Gap to buy Athleta for $150 million   San Francisco No contest plea denied in Bay oil spill   SF Downtown Oracle unveils new units at OpenWorld   SF Downtown New SF Muni Bus Line Tours Landmarks Sep.23   San Francisco   Police Pursuit Injures Several Officers   4 officers were injured during a vehicle pursuit along the streets that came to an end at City College   San Francisco   Venerable law firm struggles to survive  Heller Ehrman, a storied law firm founded in 1890 that was considered one of the most solid in the nation, is now struggling for survival Sep.24   SF Downtown   Cable Car Hits Pedestrian   Cable car service on the Mason Street portion of the Powell-Mason line was disrupted for more than an hour because of the collision   Giants Giants Sign J.T. Snow For 1-Day Contract   Yahoo Chron, Yahoo! Team On Ads   Pac Bell Park Rockies Pound Giants 15-6 Sep.25   San Francisco   Philip Morris challenges SF tobacco ban  The nation's largest tobacco company is suing the city over a law that would ban the sale of cigarettes at pharmacies in the city   49ers Niners to retire Young's jersey   San Francisco   Woman Hit By Cable Car Dies
  The woman was hit shortly before 6 a.m. while the cable car was traveling north on Mason Street near Broadway
Sep.26   Napa   Napa food, wine mecca coming to SF  The American Center for Wine, Food and the Arts, plans to build a second facility in the city, 40,000-50,000 square feet   Pac Bell Park Giants Beat Dodgers With Instant Replay
Sep.27   Golden Gate Park   Academy Of Sciences Reopening  Thousands of visitors attended the much-anticipated reopening of California Academy of Sciences, some waiting in line as early as 5:30 a.m. Sep.28   San Francisco   Scharffen chocolatier Steinberg dies  Robert Steinberg was a family doctor who helped popularize artisan chocolates through the company he co-founded, Scharffen Berger Sep.29   SF Mission Speeding Car Kills Pedestrian



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San Francisco, September 2008, Location by Topic
Location Crime Business Sports Accidents Murder
San Francisco
Head Of SF Hell's Angels Shot Dead
SFPD Launches Effort To Curb Robberies
Gunman Shoots Parents, Baby Unhurt
2 dead, 3 wounded in shootings
18-Year Old Shot, Killed
Burglary suspect chased, plunges to death
Bicyclist Shot To Death
26-year-old man shot to death
Man died from gunshot wound
Bridge Toll Jumps To $6
Apple Unveils New iPods
Historic eyesore purchased
Chronicle names Adkins as new president
Oracle unveils new units at OpenWorld
Giants Shutout By Rockies 4-0
Giants Begin Homestand With 7-0 Loss
Niners Encouraged Despite Opening Loss
Velez's Single Helps Giants Top D-Backs
Zito Pitches Giants To Victory
Giants Sign J.T. Snow For 1-Day Contract
Rockies Pound Giants 15-6
Niners to retire Young's jersey
Cable Car Hits Pedestrian
Speeding Car Kills Pedestrian
Head Of SF Hell's Angels Shot Dead
2 dead, 3 wounded in shootings
18-Year Old Shot, Killed
Bicyclist Shot To Death
26-year-old man shot to death
Man died from gunshot wound
Man stabed to death
SF Downtown
Burglary suspect chased, plunges to death
Man stabed to death
Apple Unveils New iPods
Historic eyesore purchased
Oracle unveils new units at OpenWorld
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Cable Car Hits Pedestrian
Man stabed to death
Pac Bell Park Your ad is here Your ad is here
Giants Begin Homestand With 7-0 Loss
Velez's Single Helps Giants Top D-Backs
Rockies Pound Giants 15-6
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Giants Your ad is here Your ad is here
Giants Shutout By Rockies 4-0
Zito Pitches Giants To Victory
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West San Francisco
Bicyclist Shot To Death
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Bicyclist Shot To Death
SF Mission
Head Of SF Hell's Angels Shot Dead
2 dead, 3 wounded in shootings
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Speeding Car Kills Pedestrian
Head Of SF Hell's Angels Shot Dead
2 dead, 3 wounded in shootings

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