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B. 09-25 Larry Ellison is 10th richest in U.S. Oracle
2. 09-25 Giants blast Dodgers, stay in chase Pac Bell Park
D. 09-25 Man fatally shot Pittsburg
E. 09-25 Neighborhood Seeks Return of Power West Oakland
F. 09-25 Highest ranking woman in lab history Livermore Lab
09-25 4 die in car crash on 280 Woodside
7. 09-25 No. 1 USC rallies to fend off Stanford Stanford
8. 09-25 Galaxy 0, Earthquakes 0 Spartan Stadium


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Morning News

Sep.25   Oracle     Larry Ellison is 10th richest in U.S.  The richest person in the Bay Area has $13.7 billion, $4.3 billion less than last year, when he was No. 9

Day News

  Pac Bell Park   Giants blast Dodgers, stay in chase  Feliz hit a tiebreaking grand slam with 2 outs in the 8th inning for his fourth hit of the day in a 9-5 victory

  Pittsburg   Man fatally shot  24-year-old Eric Lewis was shot in the stomach after an argument with several men outside a fast food restaurant

  West Oakland   Neighborhood Seeks Return of Power  Several hundred volunteers spent the day registering voters in an effort to restore the community's political powe

  Livermore Lab   Highest ranking woman in lab history  National Laboratory has appointed Cherry A. Murray, as deputy director for science and technology

Evening News

  Highway 280   4 die in car crash on 280 Map of Interstate 280 Woodside
  4 people were traveling to a wedding died after their car veered off Interstate and struck a tree

  Stanford   No. 1 USC rallies to fend off Stanford
  USC went to halftime trailing, down by 11 points and stung by an 82-yard run, to win, 31-28

  Spartan Stadium Galaxy 0, Earthquakes 0  San Jose moved into a tie for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference night after a 0-0 tie with Los Angeles

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