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B. 03-21 Mayor concerning at result of protest SF City Hall
2. 03-21 Solectron shares fall Milpitas
D. 03-21 More Anti-War Protests SF Downtown
03-21 SonicBlue to file for Chapter 11 Santa Clara
F. 03-21 Police, Protesters Face off on Market St SF Downtown
G. 03-21 Transcript shows police roadblocks probe SF City Hall
H. 03-21 CHP Officers Standing By in Riot Gear Golden Gate Bridge
8. 03-21 Ferry Building re-opened SF Downtown
9. 03-21 Intuit Shares Drop 24% Mountain View


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Morning News

Mar.21   SF City Hall     Mayor concerning at result of protest  Willie Brown is noting right to freedom of speech, but said 'San Francisco, is being disproportionately harmed'

  Milpitas   Solectron shares fall  In early trading on the NYSE, shares fell 13 cents, or 3.8%, to $3.28

  SF Downtown More Anti-War Protests  About 200 protesters had gathered outside the Bechtel building. The intersection was closed to vehicles

Day News

  Santa Clara   SonicBlue to file for Chapter 11
  The troubled maker of music players and digital TV recorders plans to sell its flagship ReplayTV, Rio and GoVideo units

  SF Downtown     Police, Protesters Face off on Market St  150 people were arrested

  SF City Hall     Transcript shows police roadblocks probe  Commanders repeatedly resisted a thorough investigation into an assault involving 3 off-duty police officers

  Golden Gate Bridge CHP Officers Standing By in Riot Gear  Officers on duty are ready to deal with traffic interruptions from anti-war protesters

  SF Downtown Ferry Building re-opened  Building re-opened after a 4 year $85 million project, includes an overhead skylight, a 12-foot marble mosaic state seal

  Mountain View Intuit Shares Drop 24%  Maker of personal finance and small business software warned it won't meet 2003 targets

  San Jose Vigil Supports Troops  More than 100 people attended a candlelight vigil in support of the troops in the Persian Gulf

  San Francisco Dozens Protesters Released from Jail  Anti-war protesters allegedly refused to identify themselves to deputy sheriffs following their arrest

  San Jose Downtown South Bay's first children's hospital  Lucile Salter Packard Children's Hospital it would team up with Santa Clara Valley Medical Center to build the hospital

  eBay Scam casts doubt on anti-fraud software  Fraud Automated Detection Engine was installed nearly a year ago to counter complaints about fly-by-night sellers

  SF Downtown Muni Service Halted at Van Ness  All buses traveling down Mission and Market streets will be turning around

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  SF Downtown   600 protesters arrested
  Protesters were marching down Market peacefully before veering off toward the civic center and into the jaws of police

  SF Downtown Opera to cut more than $5 million  The San Francisco Opera would cut programming and production in a continuing effort to shrink its operating costs

  East Palo Alto Stabbing and shooting  

Evening News

  San Mateo   50-year-old woman dead from gunshot  Tirso Banuelos Erena, 60, victim's estranged husband, shot her, then shot himself and attempted to flee

  SF Downtown Police Find Molotov Cocktail Materials  Duffel bag containing glass bottles and incendiary fluids was likely belonging to anti-war protesters

  Oracle Arena Rockets 117, Warriors 107  Steve Francis had 13 points, 12 assists and 11 rebounds

  SJ Arena Sharks 3, Bruins 2  Damphousse scored on a pass from Sturm with 4:33 left

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