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1. 04-24 Atorney: Beating Death Not Murder Oakland
C. 04-24 Plans Percolate To Revive Native Creeks San Francisco
D. 04-24 Day Laborers Protest Sit-Lie Ordinance SF Mission
E. 04-24 Motorcyclist Dies In Crash Quintara Street and 48th Avenue, SF Sunset
04-24 Sharks close out series over Avs San Jose
6. 04-24 Police Probing 2 Separate Murders 1400 Don Avenue, Santa Clara
H. 04-24 Raiders upgrade, deal for QB Campbell Raiders
8. 04-24 Man In Mental Hospital Must Take Meds Redwood City

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Apr.24   Oakland   Atorney: Beating Death Not Murder
  The attorney for one of two 18-year-olds suspects says prosecutors had no grounds to charge his client with murder


  San Francisco   Plans Percolate To Revive Native Creeks  Landscape architect Bonnie Sherk made a discovery: a century ago a creek coursed where two school campuses stand today

Day News


  SF Mission   Day Laborers Protest Sit-Lie Ordinance
  Day laborers and domestic workers protested against an ordinance introduced by Newsom that would make it illegal to sit or lie on public sidewalks


  SF Sunset Motorcyclist Dies In Crash  A motorcyclist was killed in a crash with a sport utility vehicle early Saturday morning in Outer Sunset neighborhood

Evening News


  San Jose   Sharks close out series over Avs
  Pavelski scored two goals to lift San Jose to a series-clinching 5-2 win over Colorado in Game 6. The Sharks are moving to the W. Conference semifinals


  Santa Clara   Police Probing 2 Separate Murders Map of 1400 Don Avenue Santa Clara
  Officers at apartment complex found a man deceased at the scene. Police went to the St. Francis Motel where a man was also found dead


  Raiders   Raiders upgrade, deal for QB Campbell
  The Raiders acquired former first-round pick Jason Campbell from the Washington Redskins on for a future draft pick


  Redwood City   Man In Mental Hospital Must Take Meds  County judge ruled that since Teyseer Najdawi has refused to take his medication, hospital staff can forcibly medicate him

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