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B. 12-19 'State of the bureau' report SF City Hall
C. 12-19 Missing boy showed up at school Daly City
12-19 Endangered fish delayes bridge span Benicia
E. 12-19 Stanford criticized over stem cell research Stanford
5. 12-19 Projected budget deficit topped $200M SF City Hall
G. 12-19 Flash flood warning Marin County
7. 12-19 $69 million loss in fiscal second quarter 3Com
I. 12-19 Fortuneteller crackdown possible San Francisco
9. 12-19 Financial blow expected in case of war SFO

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Dec.19   SF City Hall 'State of the bureau' report  Deputy police chief said his 294 inspectors, down more than 50 members, are among the finest in the nation

  Daly City Missing boy showed up at school  Officers are still trying to figure out where 9-year-old Oscar Mejia spent the night

Day News


  Benicia   Endangered fish delayes bridge span
  The completion of a 2nd span faces more delays as regulators search for a solution to prevent fish from dying


  Stanford     Stanford criticized over stem cell research  The chairman of Bush's bioethics council accused University of trying to conceal the true nature of its stem cell research plan

  SF City Hall   Projected budget deficit topped $200M  Officials were expecting a $170 million local shortfall. The state's $35 billion cash crunch will increase the damage

  Marin County   Flash flood warning  In Novato there more than an inch of rain in just a few hours

  3Com $69 million loss in fiscal second quarter  Company continued to weather a steep slump in corporate spending. 3Com lost 19 cents per share

  San Francisco Fortuneteller crackdown possible  The city wants to begin fingerprinting fortunetellers to make easier to track down if they scam their customers

  SFO Financial blow expected in case of war  Travel is still down 15% from the months before the Sept. 11, 2001 and down an estimated 25% from its peak in 2000

Evening News


  SF Mission Women's mural vandalized for 5th time  A four-story mural was again covered with 'offensive language' about women, lesbians and blacks

  San Leandro Nursing home owner convicted of fraud  Guy Roland Seaton, 59, was convicted on 6 counts related to the submission of false Medicare claims

  Stanford Hospital workers approve new contract  Stanford and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital workers voted to approve a new contract with hospital management

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