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11-09 Mozilla Firefox browser launched Mountain View
C. 11-09 17-year-old shot and killed SF Bayview
3. 11-09 Pit bull shot after attacking officer SF Downtown
E. 11-09 Tires slashed of 50 cars San Mateo
F. 11-09 Allegedly bilked University out of $1.5m Foster City
6. 11-09 Wood chipper accident is fatal North San Jose
H. 11-09 School evacuated after gunman robbery
I. 11-09 Judge removes juror in Peterson case Redwood City
J. 11-09 1st-quarter profit jumps 29% Cisco

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  SF Bayview   17-year-old shot and killed  The boy was sitting in a parked car with 4 women when, another car pulled up alongside and a passenger began firing

  SF Downtown     Pit bull shot after attacking officer  A police officer has killed the dog as it was attacking the officer's partner who was trying to arrest the dog's owner

  San Mateo   Tires slashed of 50 cars  Someone began slashing tires in the area around 10 p.m.

  Foster City Allegedly bilked University out of $1.5m  Peter Trinca, 54, has been charged with grand theft in connection with his employment at Stanford copy center

  North San Jose Wood chipper accident is fatal  Miguel Marquez, 19, an employee of Arbor Science, died after his leg was sucked into a wood chipper

Day News


  Visitacion Valley   School evacuated after gunman robbery
Map of Visitacion Valley Middle School San Francisco
  Police evacuated Visitacion Valley Middle School after a man armed with a handgun robbed 2 employees


  Redwood City     Judge removes juror in Peterson case
  A juror was replaced with an alternate. Judge Delucchi ordered the panel to start all over again with their deliberations


  Cisco   1st-quarter profit jumps 29%
  The company reported continued strength in its traditional markets as well as Internet telephones, wireless gear


  San Francisco   Rental car company settles suit over GPS  Acceleron allegedly failed to let customers know it track them when they crossed state lines and then fined them

  Walnut Creek   5 dead, 4 injured in explosion, fire Map of South Broadway and Rudgear Road Walnut Creek
  A construction crew struck an underground oil pipeline. A fire burned several buildings and sent flames high into the air
 A backhoe operator ruptured a 10-inch line, releasing a fuel that was ignited by 2 welders using a blowtorch inside the 5-foot-diameter water main. The blast damaged several homes and forced the evacuation of 2 schools. The pipeline owned by Kinder Morgan Energy Partners of Houston

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