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B. 2016-11-25 Suspicious San Mateo house fire kills woman, 70 1500 Oak Street, San Mateo
C. 2016-03-01 Oakland loses Tribune, with paper folded into new East Bay Times Oakland
D. 2015-01-07 French community in SF in mourning after gunmen attack French Consulate, SF Downtown
4. 2014-12-29 2 arrested after Chronicle van chase East 14th Street and Juana Avenue, San Leandro
5. 2014-06-23 Police investigating series of suspicious fires Second and Howard, South of Market
G. 2013-11-02 eBay sorry over Holocaust listings eBay
2011-06-09 Yusuf Bey IV guilty of murder Oakland
I. 2010-04-27 Newspaper circulation slides SF Chronicle
J. 2009-11-13 Supremacist Site Ad In School Paper San Francisco

Newspaper circulation slides  SF Chronicle: The Chronicle said that remaking its business model by charging more for the newspaper has, as expected, produced a sharp drop in circulatio... Supremacist Site Ad In School Paper  San Francisco: Officials at Lowell High School have pulled all copies of the student newspaper after printing an ad inside for a white supremacist site Chronicle to print on glossy paper. SF Chronicle Tech Giants On Charging Readers Online  Oracle: IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and Google responded to a request by the Newspaper Association for proposals on ways to easily charge for news End of printed Onion has readers in tears. San Francisco Teamsters OK Chronicle Pact   SF Chronicle: The union representing delivery drivers ratified an agreement that will allow the newspaper to cut between 90 and 100 driver positions Paper reaches tentative pact with union  SF Chronicle: The Chronicle has reached a tentative agreement with its largest union on contract concessions in a step to save the newspaper Paper ratchets up turf fight  Palo Alto: The publishers of a new daily newspaper the Palo Alto Post are complaining that city workers illegally confiscated some of their distribution... Flasher Poses As Salesman   Berkeley: A man posing as a newspaper salesperson flashed a woman after she opened her door to him last month. Police remind residents to stay alert Teens Run Over While Lying In Street   Danville: 2 15-year-old boys lying on blankets in the middle of a street were run over by a newspaper delivery driver driving a four-door sedan Judge To Likely Raise SF Weekly Damages. San Francisco Jury sides with Guardian
Suspicious San Mateo house fire kills woman, 70 Map of 1500 Oak Street San Mateo  The three-alarm blaze at the house in the 1500 block of Oak Street was reported at 4:39 a.m. by a newspaper delivery person passing by Oakland loses Tribune, with paper folded into new East Bay Times  No longer will a daily newspaper bear the name of Oakland or San Jose due to a mass consolidation by Bay Area News Group French community in SF in mourning after gunmen attack Map of French Consulate San Francisco  SF Downtown: Hundreds of people are expected to gather outside the French Consulate to mourn the dead in the terrorist attack on the satirical newspaper 2 arrested after Chronicle van chase. San Leandro Police investigating series of suspicious fires. South of Market eBay sorry over Holocaust listings   Yusuf Bey IV guilty of murder


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year 2011 Top ^

Jun.9
  Oakland: The ex-leader of Your Black Muslim Bakery was convicted of 3 counts of first-degree murder for ordering the slayings of newspaper editor


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year 2008 Top ^

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  San Francisco: A jury awarded up to $15 million in damages to the Bay Guardian alternative weekly newspaper, to be paid by SF Weekly, its competitor

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  SF Chronicle: Chronicle Editor is leaving his post to assume a broader role in the newspaper division of the Hearst Corp., which owns The Chronicle


year 2007 Top ^

Oct.28 Gap Severs Ties With Child Sweatshop
  A British newspaper found children as young as 10 making clothes in a sweatshop in New Delhi Sep.28 Confession Revealed In Bailey Slaying. Oakland Sep.13 Political Cartoonist Phil Frank Dies  SF Chronicle: His whimsical drawings graced the newspaper for 3 decades. Frank died of a brain tumor at a hillside house. He was 64 Aug.16 Bailey murder suspect: confession coerced. Oakland Aug.14 New Publisher Named
  SJ Mercury News: Jeff Kiel was named to succeed George Riggs as publisher of the newspaper
Aug.2   Journalist Assassinated During Walk Map of 250 14th Street Oakland
  Oakland Downtown: A longtime Oakland newspaper journalist Chauncey Bailey, 57, was shot to death in a brazen attack that police believe was a deliberate hit
 He recently named editor of the Oakland Post and a former reporter for The Oakland Tribune
Apr.25 Hearst, MediaNews settle antitrust suit. San Francisco Apr.17   Partnership with newspaper consortium
  Yahoo: The publishers of more than 260 U.S. newspapers are hitching online aspirations to Internet powerhouse
Mar.25 Winners honored in Press contest
. San Francisco Feb.2 Hearst Considered Chronicle Sale. SF Chronicle

year 2006 Top ^

Nov.28   Restraining Order In Newspaper Sale
  SF Chronicle: A previously undisclosed memo prompted a judge to block the consolidation of some of the Chronicle's business operations
Nov.17   Chronicle announces new printing plant
  SF Chronicle: The Chronicle has signed a 15-year contract with a Canadian company to print the newspaper at a state-of-the art plant
Jul.24 Bonds' attorney demands leak probe. San Francisco May.3 Free Daily Newspaper Launched. San Francisco Mar.13 McClatchy to Buy Knight Ridder for $4.5B
  San Jose: The second-largest U.S. newspaper publisher will also assume about $2 billion in Knight Ridder's debt
 2nd largest takeover in U.S. newspaper history topped only by the Tribune $6.5 billion acquisition of Times Mirror Co. McClatchy's 32 newspapers would be 2nd nationwide in daily circulation behind Gannett, and rank 4th in revenue. McClatchy CEO G. Pruitt said that all the papers are dominant in their markets and ripe for expansions.
Jan.31 Knight Ridder 4Q Earnings Fall 22%
  San Jose: Newspaper publisher is seeking a buyer under pressure from its largest shareholders


year 2005 Top ^

Apr.1   Lesher mansion has $9 million price tag
  Orinda: Newspaper baron who ran 27 newspapers gave lavish parties at Seven Oaks until his death in 1993


year 2004 Top ^

Jul.22   Contra Costa Newspapers sues Oakland
  Oakland City Hall: The newspaper group sued the City for refusing to disclose the salaries of high-paid officials
Jun.4   Salesforce: newspaper caused IPO delay
  San Francisco: Marc Benioff, publicity-loving CEO, allowed a reporter to shadow him for a recent profile
Jan.15 ANG Newspapers gets new CEO
  Oakland: Ian Lamont, a 30-year newspaperman, becomes president, publisher and CEO of the Alameda Newspaper Group


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Dec.3 Examiner fires more staff, hires new CFO  San Francisco: ExIn LLC's new CFO Pat Brown is most recently served in that capacity for the ANG Newspaper Group Oct.10 Examiner COO Douglas Fang dies at 38. San Francisco Sep.26 Knight Ridder names new publisher. SJ Mercury News Jun.4 Kimball sentenced for assault. Santa Rosa Apr.15 Knight Ridder has little advertising growth
  San Jose: Newspaper publisher said high unemployment and the Iraqi war diminished advertising Feb.28 Leo's Killer Suing Dog Owner, Newspaper. SJ Mercury News Feb.25 Newspaper Vendor Dies After Attack. SF Downtown Feb.19 Kimball convicted of assault. Santa Rosa Feb.8   Defense opens in ex-priest's assault trial
  Santa Rosa: Two witnesses testified that Don Kimball didn't attack a newspaper photographer during his sexual misconduct trial Feb.4 Jury seated in assault trial of Kimball
  Santa Rosa: A defrocked Catholic priest allegedly attacked a newspaper photographer as she tried to take his picture outside his trial

year 2002 Top ^

Aug.17 Newspaper employees walk out
  Oakland: Stalled contract negotiations with ANG Newspapers prompted 75 employees to join an informational picket
Apr.9   Priest Attacked Photographer  Santa Rosa: Donald Kimball, on trial for rape, allegedly shoved a newspaper photographer trying to take his picture Mar.4   Examiner mulls plan to become tabloid  San Francisco: Newspaper has been marked by management upheaval since an ownership change in 2000 Feb.18   Lottery winner comes forward  Half Moon Bay: Andy Kampe, a 57-year-old self-employed engineer learned he won the jackpot from his morning newspaper Feb.17 Sexuality class suspended. UC Berkeley     New anti-war newspaper
  Oakland: Bob Wing launched War Times to counter what he sees as a warmongering atmosphere taking hold of the nation after Sept. 11


year 2001 Top ^

Dec.28 Community newspaper leader dead
  Oakland: Thomas Lucius Berkley was owner and publisher of the Oakland Post and El Mundo
Dec.20 Sex columnist dumped at Guardian
  San Francisco: Isadora Alman has been dumped by an alternative weekly newspaper after 17 years of dispensing advice
Nov.27 Chronicle to cut 220 jobs
  SF Chronicle: Newspaper will slash 8.5% of its work force to offset a decline in advertising revenue Sep.19   Protesters decry newspaper cartoon  UC Berkeley: Dozens of students protest newspaper that ran a cartoon depicting Muslims in hell Mar.2   UC Newspaper Apologizes  UC Berkeley: Besieged by protests, the independent paper ran a front-page apology for publishing an ad against reparations for slavery

year 2000 Top ^

Nov.3 Contra Costa Times settled lawsuit
  Walnut Creek: Newspaper agrees to cover $400,000 in legal fees and paying to young carriers $4 each
Oct.13 Newspaper carriers got raise
  SJ Mercury News: San Jose Mercury News carriers after walking out got a 12% raise.
Oct.9 Newspaper carrier dispute  SJ Mercury News: SJ Mercury News carriers demand better pay and more Sep.29   3 armed robberies solved
  San Jose: Suspect was carrying a newspaper story about robberies with a suspect description


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