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1. 03-07 Lockheed Martin workers authorize strike Sunnyvale
2. 03-07 Ikea victory not assured East Palo Alto
D. 03-07 Charged possessing child pornography San Mateo
E. 03-07 Gov. Davis came to Embarcadero SF Downtown
F. 03-07 Man jumps to death off BART platform West Oakland
03-07 Kaiser Permanente names new CEO Oakland
7. 03-07 Quarter revenue guidance affirmed Intel
I. 03-07 House Condemned After Rockslide 1867 and closed, Sausalito
J. 03-07 To become first gay in Legislature San Francisco


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Morning News

Mar.7   Sunnyvale   Lockheed Martin workers authorize strike  1,200 union workers might strike if negotiators, joined by a federal mediator, cannot reach accord on a contract

  East Palo Alto Ikea victory not assured  Swedish furniture store has 75-vote lead with 200 ballots left to count

  San Mateo Charged possessing child pornography  Alex Bandari, 39, and Damien Nino, 37, were separately indicted by a federal grand jury

  SF Downtown Gov. Davis came to Embarcadero  Gray Davis to kick off his re-election campaign

  West Oakland Man jumps to death off BART platform  49-year-old man man jumped from the platform down to the parking lot 40 feet below

Day News

  Oakland     Kaiser Permanente names new CEO
  George C. Halvorson will replace David Lawrence as chief executive officer of the nation's largest HMO

  Intel   Quarter revenue guidance affirmed  Chip maker tightened the range of its first-quarter sales forecast, saying demand for PC processors remains stable

  Sausalito   House Condemned After Rockslide Map of 1867 and closed Sausalito  A rockslide has damaged a house built in 1867 and closed a road

  San Francisco To become first gay in Legislature  Department of Elections is still counting ballots to determine whether Mark Leno or Harry Britt won the primary

  Sun Sun reaffirms outlook  Shares of Sun Microsystems rose after a top executive said the company has resumed a stock-repurchase program

  San Francisco 10 Taco Bells closed  Gurnani Inc., the franchise owner, blamed financial problems and high rents

  HP Standard & Poor's cuts credit ratings  Potential benefits of the planned $22 billion acquisition of Compaq are offset by the deal's high risks

  Netflix Netflix files IPO plans  Fast-growing online DVD rental service plans to raise $115 million

Evening News

  SJSU University budget to be cut  University President expects the state crisis will result in the University budget being cut by between $2 and 10 million

  San Francisco Mother, son charged with stealing funds  Employees of School District have been charged with stealing public funds by tapering with payroll records

  SJ Arena Sharks 5, Ottawa 2  Selanne's 400th career goal

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