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1. 11-30 2 elderly residents, dog killed in blaze Santa Clara
C. 11-30 Buddy Teevens fired Stanford
11-30 Laci's mother: She wanted to be a mother Redwood City
E. 11-30 'Virus throttling' software HP
F. 11-30 Seminary houses sex offender priests Oakland
G. 11-30 5 libraries to get $77 million Castro Valley
H. 11-30 Towing contractor to refund $340,000 who were charged storage fees after, San Francisco
8. 11-30 Frost Puts the Freeze on Plants Menlo Park
J. 11-30 Winter homeless shelters open earlier San Francisco


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Morning News

Nov.30   Santa Clara   2 elderly residents, dog killed in blaze
  The smoky 2-alarm fire swept through their home. The bodies were found inside their one-story home

  Stanford   Buddy Teevens fired  Athletic Director Leland has decided to look for a new football coach. Teevens was going 4-7 this season

Day News

  Redwood City     Laci's mother: She wanted to be a mother
  Laci Peterson's mother took the witness stand in the penalty phase, screaming at her former son-in-law

  HP   'Virus throttling' software  Engineers at Hewlett-Packard are working on the software that could slow the spread of viruses and worms

  Oakland Seminary houses sex offender priests  A victims' support group wants city to investigate a seminary that houses 7 priests accused of molesting children

  Castro Valley 5 libraries to get $77 million  Castro Valley will use the nearly $14 million grant. The Lafayette library will receive nearly $12 million

  San Francisco Towing contractor to refund $340,000  Pick Your Part Auto Wrecking will refund thousands of drivers who were charged storage fees after their cars towed

  Menlo Park Frost Puts the Freeze on Plants  

Evening News

  San Francisco Winter homeless shelters open earlier  An opening of the second shelter program increased the number of available shelter beds by 480 to a total of 2,059

  SF Mission Body of 25-year-old Hispanic man found  Medical Examiner's Office is asking for the public's help in identifying the body

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