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1. 09-30 Tax attorney guilty of evading taxes San Jose
C. 09-30 Most expensive city in Bay Area Palo Alto
3. 09-30 Wrong-way accident kills woman on 101 42, who was booked into the jail on, San Francisco
09-30 Project Could Get Redesign Bay Bridge
5. 09-30 Arrested in connection with firearms theft San Mateo
G. 09-30 School district slashed salaries by 5% Fremont
H. 09-30 UC signs agreement with Samoa UC Berkeley
8. 09-30 Defense points to detective inconstancies Redwood City
J. 09-30 PalmOne settles class-action lawsuit Palm

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Morning News


Sep.30   San Jose   Tax attorney guilty of evading taxes  Owen Fiore, 70, has pleaded guilty to tax evasion for failing to pay more than $600,000 in taxes over 4 years

  Palo Alto Most expensive city in Bay Area  Palo Alto slipped from No. 2 in U.S. last year and No. 1 in 2002, ranking fourth in nation with $1.2 million home-price

  Highway 101 Wrong-way accident kills woman on 101  The driver of the wrong-way car was Robert Paul Nebel, 42, who was booked into the jail on suspicion of manslaughter

Day News


  Bay Bridge   Project Could Get Redesign
  The state rejected the $1.4 billion bid to rebuild the distinctive tower section of new span


  San Mateo   Arrested in connection with firearms theft
  38-year-old Arthur Gates was arrested in connection with the theft of 127 firearms from a storage locker in Millbrae


  Fremont   School district slashed salaries by 5%  Fremont Union High School District has slashed employees' salaries, a move prompted by the dot-com bust

  UC Berkeley   UC signs agreement with Samoa  The University and the Samoan government have agreed to share profits from drugs derived from a rainforest tree

  Redwood City     Defense points to detective inconstancies  Defense lawyers are noting Scott Peterson regularly checked in with police and family

  Palm PalmOne settles class-action lawsuit  Handheld maker settled a consumer lawsuit that alleged its older model handheld computers could damage desktop PCs

  Coliseum A's 3, Mariners 2  Crosby's homer in the bottom of the 9th inning lifted Oakland to a 3-2 triumph over Seattle

  SF Presidio Jones slams Boxer for 'inconsistency'  Republican Senate candidate criticized the incumbent for inconsistency in her votes on terrorism and the Iraq war

Evening News


  Giants   Giants back into tie for wild card  Williams pitched 7 strong innings in his first start in 2 months and the Giants are beating the San Diego Padres 4-1

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