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B. 09-09 Peanut policy infuriates school parents Walnut Creek
C. 09-09 Co-founder, chief scientist to leave Sun
3. 09-09 Mystery Object Crashes Through Ceiling San Francisco
4. 09-09 Under-construction satellite topples Sunnyvale
09-09 Edward Teller, father of the H-bomb, dies Stanford
G. 09-09 Vandal smashes art exhibit Palo Alto
H. 09-09 Hundreds protest Chevron for using Iraq Richmond
I. 09-09 Oakland 8, Anaheim 1 Coliseum
J. 09-09 New Imaging Chips Intel

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Sep.9   Walnut Creek   Peanut policy infuriates school parents
  Valle Verde Elementary School has put in motion a 'peanut reduction policy' to accommodate the needs of 5-year-old


  Sun   Co-founder, chief scientist to leave  Bill Joy was once dubbed the Edison of the Internet for his leading role in the creation of major technologies

Day News


  San Francisco   Mystery Object Crashes Through Ceiling
  Lin Shi Ying said the metal was burning hot to the touch, and he believed that it must have fallen from a plane


  Sunnyvale   Under-construction satellite topples  A nearly completed, $239 million weather satellite was seriously damaged as it was being moved

Evening News


  Stanford   Edward Teller, father of the H-bomb, dies
  Teller played a key role in U.S. defense and energy policies for more than half a century. He was 95


  Palo Alto   Vandal smashes art exhibit  A bronze and concrete exhibit featuring doll-like torsos has been vandalized near police station

  Richmond   Hundreds protest Chevron for using Iraq  250 protesters marched outside a ChevronTexaco refinery, denouncing the converting Iraqi oil into gasoline

  Coliseum Oakland 8, Anaheim 1  Tejada and Chavez each drove in 3 runs

  Intel New Imaging Chips  Intel will launch microprocessors developed with Xerox that are designed for use in digital copiers, scanners and printers

  Santa Clara Power plant approved  Gov. Davis announced that the California Energy Commission has licensed a 147-megawatt power plant

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