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B. 09-01 Examiner.com buys NowPublic San Francisco
09-03 San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Closed Bay Bridge
3. 09-03 Phillies beat Giants 2-1 Giants
E. 09-04 CHP: Traffic light during morning commute San Francisco
F. 09-04 Boy Nearly Dies From Stabbing On Bus 19th and Mission street, SF Mission
G. 09-05 Officer shoots, kills knife wielding suspect Bayshore Boulevard and Raymond Avenue, Visitacion Valley
H. 09-05 Crack Found May Delay Bridge Opening Eastern Span
8. 09-06 Brewers turn triple play, then sink Giants Giants
9. 09-07 Giants manage to keep pace Pac Bell Park

Summary.     Click for More > Phillies beat Giants 2-1 CHP: Traffic light during morning commute Boy Nearly Dies From Stabbing On Bus Crack Found May Delay Bridge Opening Cable Car Crashes Into Van, 4 Injured Bridge Reopens After Crack Fixed  The Bridge reopened just in time for the start of the work week. Crews were able to make a crucial repair a day ahead of schedule   Steve Jobs lights up Apple show  Apple boss stole the show at an event to launch new products as he took to the stage for the first time in nearly a year following medical leave Bechtel in BrightSource deal Prosecutors Won't Seek Death In Slaying Early Morning Outage Affects 35,000 Crystal Cruises back to S.F. port in 2011 Bill Clinton Endorses Newsom In Race Woman Sentenced For Robbing Bank Crews To Close Lanes, Inspect Repairs Coca-Cola slams proposed S.F. soda tax Windsurfer's Body Found Off Crissy Field 2 Arrested After Triple Shooting Kills 2   The shooting was reported shortly after 4 p.m. at Papa Potrero's Pizza. one was pronounced dead at the scene Chairman Kovacevich to step down Twitter awaits $100 million capital infusion Unhurt After Sneaking Into Grizzly Area  A man is under arrest after he sneaked into the grizzly bear exhibit. He had no contact with the bears and was rescued without major injury Gore leaves game with ankle injury Gap founder dies
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Closed
Sep.3   Bay Bridge
  As planned, the bridge was shut down to traffic at 8 p.m. so crews can do seismic retrofit work on the span.    A 300-foot-long section of the east span will be cut out and moved out of the way. Then a ...
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Sep.5   Eastern Span
Sep.7   SF Downtown
Sep.8   Bay Bridge
Sep.9   SF Downtown
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Sep.10   San Francisco
Sep.12   SF Sunset
Sep.15   SF Downtown
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Sep.22   Wells Fargo
Sep.25   Twitter
Sep.26   SF Zoo
Sep.27   49ers
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SF Chamber upbeat on health care reform
Wells will repay feds $25 billion soon
Crack Found May Delay Bridge Opening
Bridge Reopening Remains In Limbo
Bridge Reopens After Crack Fixed
Steve Jobs lights up Apple show
Crystal Cruises back to S.F. port in 2011
Crews To Close Lanes, Inspect Repairs
Chairman Kovacevich to step down
Phillies beat Giants 2-1
Brewers turn triple play, then sink Giants
Giants manage to keep pace
Bumgarner Strong, But Padres Beat Giants
Giants fall 4 back
Giants close gap on Rockies
Giants win over Rockies 10-2
Rockies pad lead to 3 over Giants
Dodgers pound Penny, Giants
Giants get within 4
Giants blow chance to gain
Gore leaves game with ankle injury
Gore likely out three weeks with bad ankle
Boy Nearly Dies From Stabbing On Bus
5 robbery suspects injured after crash
Officer shoots, kills knife wielding suspect
Death of 63-year-old declared homicide
Man Stabbed To Death Inside Hotel
2 Arrested After Triple Shooting Kills 2
Phillies beat Giants 2-1
Brewers turn triple play, then sink Giants
Giants manage to keep pace
Bumgarner Strong, But Padres Beat Giants
Giants fall 4 back
Giants close gap on Rockies
Giants win over Rockies 10-2
Rockies pad lead to 3 over Giants
Dodgers pound Penny, Giants
Giants get within 4
Giants blow chance to gain
5 robbery suspects injured after crash
Cable Car Crashes Into Van, 4 Injured
Early Morning Outage Affects 35,000
Unhurt After Sneaking Into Grizzly Area
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Giants manage to keep pace
Bumgarner Strong, But Padres Beat Giants
Giants fall 4 back
Giants close gap on Rockies
Giants win over Rockies 10-2
Rockies pad lead to 3 over Giants
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Giants manage to keep pace
Bumgarner Strong, But Padres Beat Giants
Giants fall 4 back
Giants close gap on Rockies
Giants win over Rockies 10-2
Rockies pad lead to 3 over Giants
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SF Downtown
Steve Jobs lights up Apple show
Startups flock to TechCrunch50
Crystal Cruises back to S.F. port in 2011
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5 robbery suspects injured after crash
Death of 63-year-old declared homicide
Man Stabbed To Death Inside Hotel
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5 robbery suspects injured after crash
Cable Car Crashes Into Van, 4 Injured
Giants Your ad is here
Phillies beat Giants 2-1
Brewers turn triple play, then sink Giants
Dodgers pound Penny, Giants
Giants get within 4
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Phillies beat Giants 2-1
Brewers turn triple play, then sink Giants
Dodgers pound Penny, Giants
Giants get within 4
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49ers Made 20-16 Win Over Cardinals
Gore leaves game with ankle injury
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Sep.1   San Francisco
Sep.3  UCSF  SF Chamber upbeat on health care reform
  Bay Bridge  
  As planned, the bridge was shut down to traffic at 8 p.m. so crews can do seismic retrofit work on the span
 A 300-foot-long section of the east span will be cut out and moved out of the way. Then a new double-deck section will be moved into place to connect the bridge with a short detour
  Giants   Phillies beat Giants 2-1  Martinez tossed 7 impressive innings to outpitch Lincecum, Howard doubled in the tiebreaking run Sep.4   San Francisco   CHP: Traffic light during morning commute  The closure of the the Bay Bridge for seismic retrofit work appears not to be affecting traffic during the morning rush hour  Wells Fargo  Wells will repay feds $25 billion soon   SF Mission   Boy Nearly Dies From Stabbing On Bus   11-year-old Hatin Mansori remains hospitalized after a frightening incident on a Muni bus in which he was stabbed in the abdomen  Giants  Giants lift over Brewers 3-2  North Beach  5 robbery suspects injured after crash Sep.5   Visitacion Valley Officer shoots, kills knife wielding suspect
  Eastern Span   Crack Found May Delay Bridge Opening  Crews working on a seismic retrofit found a 'significant crack' in the eastern span that could keep it closed beyond scheduled reopening Sep.6  SF Sunset  Man Found On Fire At Gas Station Dies   Giants Brewers turn triple play, then sink Giants Sep.7  SF Sunset  Several vehicles were involved in collision  Bay Bridge  Bridge Reopening Remains In Limbo   Pac Bell Park Giants manage to keep pace   SF Downtown   Cable Car Crashes Into Van, 4 Injured   The crash happened at about 5:15 p.m. Two passengers were taken to hospitals and two others were treated at the scene Sep.8   Bay Bridge   Bridge Reopens After Crack Fixed
  The Bridge reopened just in time for the start of the work week. Crews were able to make a crucial repair a day ahead of schedule.    The bridge reopened about 6:45 a.m. ...
  Pac Bell Park Bumgarner Strong, But Padres Beat Giants  South of Market  Death of 63-year-old declared homicide Sep.9   SF Downtown     Steve Jobs lights up Apple show
  Apple boss stole the show at an event to launch new products as he took to the stage for the first time in nearly a year following medical leave
  San Francisco   Bechtel in BrightSource deal  Bechtel, long associated with nuclear power and fossil fuels, will build big solar plants in the Mojave Desert for BrightSource Energy  San Francisco  Debt swamping Lembi Group   Pac Bell Park Giants fall 4 back Sep.10   San Francisco   Prosecutors Won't Seek Death In Slaying  Edwin Ramos is a suspected gang member charged in the 2008 fatal shootings of a father Tony Bologna and his two sons, Michael and Matthew  BART  Bridge Closure Boosts BART Ridership  Fremont  9,000 PG&E customers without power Sep.11   SF Tenderloin Man Stabbed To Death Inside Hotel Sep.12   SF Sunset   Early Morning Outage Affects 35,000  About 23,000 customers were still without power as of about 7:15 a.m. Power was still disrupted in much of the Sunset, Parkside  Pac Bell Park  Dodgers thump Giants   Twitter Twitter changes terms - in plain language Sep.13  Pac Bell Park  Penny hands it to Dodgers  49ers  49ers Made 20-16 Win Over Cardinals Sep.14   San Francisco Victims' Kin Can Take City To Court  49ers  Niners considering new offer to Crabtree   Pac Bell Park Giants close gap on Rockies   SF Downtown Startups flock to TechCrunch50 Sep.15  San Francisco  Woman Hit By Car, Killed On Street   San Francisco Capital Conviction Tossed In 1985 Killings   Pac Bell Park Giants win over Rockies 10-2   SF Downtown   Crystal Cruises back to S.F. port in 2011  Beginning in 2011, the Japanese-owned cruise ship operator will use San Francisco as its home port for trips to Alaska, Panama and New York   San Francisco     Bill Clinton Endorses Newsom In Race  Former President has endorsed San Francisco Mayor's campaign for governor and will come to California to fundraise for him next mont Sep.16   Pac Bell Park Rockies pad lead to 3 over Giants Sep.17   San Francisco Feds fight for key evidence against Bonds Sep.18   SF City Hall Newsom, Actress Wife Welcome Baby Girl  Giants  Giants defeated Dodgers 8-4 Sep.19   San Francisco   Woman Sentenced For Robbing Bank  43-year-old Elisa Lipkins who lived at a halfway house has been sentenced to eight years in prison for robbing a San Francisco bank   Eastern Span   Crews To Close Lanes, Inspect Repairs  Crews retrofitting the Bridge found a 2-inch crack on the bridge's eastern side. Two lanes will be closed every Saturday at 11 p.m. till 9:30...   San Francisco   Coca-Cola slams proposed S.F. soda tax  CEO Muhtar Kent: 'I've never seen it work where a government tells people what to eat and what to drink'   Giants Dodgers pound Penny, Giants Sep.20   San Francisco   Windsurfer's Body Found Off Crissy Field   A male windsurfer who went missing off San Francisco's Crissy Field Saturday afternoon has been found dead west of the Golden Gate Bridge   SF Mission   2 Arrested After Triple Shooting Kills 2 Map of 24th Street and Hampshire Street San Francisco
  The shooting was reported shortly after 4 p.m. at Papa Potrero's Pizza. one was pronounced dead at the scene
Sep.22   Wells Fargo   Chairman Kovacevich to step down  Dick Kovacevich will step down as chairman at the end of 2009, after staying in the post an extra year to help navigate the financial crisis Sep.23   Giants Giants get within 4 Sep.24   Pac Bell Park Giants blow chance to gain   San Francisco $5M investment for journalism Sep.25   Twitter   Twitter awaits $100 million capital infusion  Twitter is close to nailing down a new round of financing, which would value the popular microblogging service at $1 billion Sep.26   San Francisco Union pressuring hotels for new contract   SF Zoo   Unhurt After Sneaking Into Grizzly Area
  A man is under arrest after he sneaked into the grizzly bear exhibit. He had no contact with the bears and was rescued without major injury
Sep.27   49ers   Gore leaves game with ankle injury  Running back Frank Gore left the game against Minnesota with a right ankle injury. X-rays showed no broken bones and his return is doubtful   San Francisco   Gap founder dies  Don Fisher, who with his wife co-founded Gap Inc. with a single store in 1969, died today of cancer. He was 81   SF Downtown 'Trauma' a shot in arm for S.F.
Sep.28   Chinatown Damage From Sushi Restaurant Fire $1M   49ers Gore likely out three weeks with bad ankle   San Francisco Ex-aide to Danielle Steel admits to stealing Sep.29   SF Downtown Market Street Restrictions Begin   San Francisco Lake County Jail Escapee Captured