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1. 02-27 PG&E suffers quarter loss of $2.2 billion PG&E
02-27 Rape Suspect Released Richmond
D. 02-27 State commission orders judge off bench Contra Costa County
4. 02-27 Longs Drug firing 170 employees Walnut Creek
F. 02-27 Man Drives Burning Car into Home Novato
6. 02-27 CEO Got Bonus, Capellas Left with $26 Mln HP
7. 02-27 Quarter profit meets raised expectations Gap
8. 02-27 Muni Fares Set to Jump 25% San Francisco
J. 02-27 Dramatic Crash on Highway 101

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Morning News


Feb.27   PG&E   PG&E suffers quarter loss of $2.2 billion  Loss is reflecting the downfall of an unregulated power trading unit. For 2002, PG&E lost $874 million, or $2.36 per share

Day News


  Richmond   Rape Suspect Released
  But because the victim is blind, she was unable to provide evidence to keep Jermaine McCord in custody


  Contra Costa County   State commission orders judge off bench
  A judicial watchdog group ordered Bruce Van Voorhis removed after concluding his rude behavior was inappropriate


  Walnut Creek   Longs Drug firing 170 employees  Longs reported a big drop in fourth-quarter earnings

  Novato   Man Drives Burning Car into Home  Ulysses Davis was in the hospital after his car crashed into his estranged girlfriend's home

  HP CEO Got Bonus, Capellas Left with $26 Mln  Carly Fiorina got a pay more than $10 million last year, while lieutenant received more than $26 million after resigning

  Gap Quarter profit meets raised expectations  Gap Inc. warned its performance this month isn't meeting expectations

  San Francisco Muni Fares Set to Jump 25%  Municipal Railway tackles a $52 million budget deficit

  Highway 101 Dramatic Crash on Highway 101  Car lost control and flipped over several times. One person thrown from the vehicle and into the roadway

Evening News


  eBay Problems with dollar-to-sterling conversion  EBay's payment service PayPal miscalculated the amount of customers' transactions

World , February 27, 2003 Timeline