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B. 09-21 UC graduates hikers in Iran freed UC Berkeley
C. 09-21 Strong reports on Oracle earnings Oracle
3. 09-21 'Troubling' frequency of cops pulling guns Oakland
E. 09-21 A's manager Melvin getting 3-year deal Athletics
09-21 One dead, two hurt in shooting 800 52nd Street, North Oakland
G. 09-21 Google denies 'cooking' searches Google
H. 09-21 Oakland considers closing 8 schools Oakland City Hall
8. 09-21 Rampage suspect is charged with murder San Jose
J. 09-21 Repairs completed on broken gas main Mason and Post Streets, SF Downtown

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Sep.21   UC Berkeley   UC graduates hikers in Iran freed
  American hikers Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer were released from an Iranian prison into the care of an Omani official
 Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal were released on bail of $500,000 each and their sentences were commuted. Diplomatic cars sent to collect them from the notorious Evin Prison


  Oracle   Strong reports on Oracle earnings
  The profit topped analysts' estimates as companies increased spending on database software and applications that help run their businesses


  Oakland   'Troubling' frequency of cops pulling guns  Federal court monitor: Oakland police are often too quick to draw their guns, especially when confronting African American suspects

  Athletics   A's manager Melvin getting 3-year deal  Sources: The Oakland Athletics have reached agreement on a three-year contract to keep Bob Melvin as their permanent manager

Day News


  North Oakland   One dead, two hurt in shooting
Map of 800 52nd Street Oakland
  2 men were hit by gunfire and taken to a local hospital. 1 man died and the other was in critical condition. The 3rd victim was hit by ricochet
 Near Children's Hospital


  Google   Google denies 'cooking' searches
  Executive chairman Eric Schmidt has denied that the company fixes its search results to promote its own websites and services


  Oakland City Hall Oakland considers closing 8 schools  The district says budget constraints will force the closure of 30 schools in the next three years

  San Jose Rampage suspect is charged with murder  Parolee Paul Ray Castillo suspected in a violent crime spree that included the carjacking, kidnapping and killing is being held without bail

Evening News


  SF Downtown Repairs completed on broken gas main  Pacific Gas & Electric Co. crews finished repairs on a gas line that started leaking a few hours earlier when construction workers hit the line

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