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Summary.     Click for More > Newsom Vetoes New City Sanctuary Law Traffic Lighter As Closure Enters 2nd Day Mayor Newsom Ends Run For Governor Bridge Fix To Continue Into Weekend Fed Regulators Close Pacific National Bank BART To Run 24-hours For Bridge Closure
Researcher Wins Nobel Prize For Medicine  Molecular biologist Elizabeth H. Blackburn, 60, was awarded for the discovery of an enzyme that is essential to normal cell function 49ers agree to 6-year deal with Crabtree  49ers and wide receiver Michael Crabtree agreed to a six-year contract in the wee hours after several months of difficult negotiations   Ammiano Won't Apologize For Heckling  Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's office is speaking out about insults he faced at a San Francisco Democratic fundraiser Woods routs Yang to clinch Presidents Cup Governor Establishing Harvey Milk Day Big-Rig Blocks WB Bay Bridge For Hours No Serious Damage After Fire In High-rise Ellison touts new products at OpenWorld Pres. Obama Makes 1st SF Visit  President Barack Obama is asking his supporters for patience at a pair of fundraisers for the Democratic Party and Organizing for America Twitter Is Friend Of Google, Microsoft Lowe's readies S.F. store Hotel workers OK strike Protests Greet Ex-Israeli Prime Minister Chronicle saw worst circulation decline Board Changes Tack On Immigrant Minors Schwab office opens in style Bridge closes after rod snaps
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  Authorities indefinitely closed the Bay Bridge after a rod and a metal brace erected during an emergency repair job fell onto the westbound lanes.    The brace was startling a pair of drivers who collided with the debris and ...
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1. 10-02 Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. goes public San Francisco
2. 10-03 Taker found for Mission Bay office space Mission Bay, San Francisco
10-05 Researcher Wins Nobel Prize For Medicine UCSF
E. 10-06 Niners meet Crabtree in person 49ers
F. 10-07 49ers agree to 6-year deal with Crabtree 49ers
6. 10-08 Habitat buying empty homes San Francisco
H. 10-09 Ammiano Won't Apologize For Heckling San Francisco
8. 10-10 Blue Angels Cancel Show Due To Fog SF Downtown
J. 10-11 Woods routs Yang to clinch Presidents Cup San Francisco



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San Francisco
Wells Fargo cutting credit
35,000-plus expected for OpenWorld
Twitter moving to larger office space
Jobless rate rises in S.F.
Profit Tumbles 34% In 3rd Quarter
SEC pressures Schwab to settle
Hotel workers OK strike
Chronicle saw worst circulation decline
Schwab office opens in style
Bridge Fix To Continue Into Weekend
Blue Angels Cancel Show Due To Fog
S.F. sustains ties with Bangalore
City Looks To Bag Paper, Not Just Plastic
Supes Pass Amended Sanctuary City Law
Protests Greet Ex-Israeli Prime Minister
Board Changes Tack On Immigrant Minors
Newsom Vetoes New City Sanctuary Law
Mayor Newsom Ends Run For Governor
Male victim fatally shot
Man wielding knife shot by police
Two males injured in shootout
Supes Pass Amended Sanctuary City Law
Board Changes Tack On Immigrant Minors
49ers Shut Rams Down 35-0
Niners meet Crabtree in person
49ers agree to 6-year deal with Crabtree
49ers Home Streak Ends, Lose To Falcons
49ers name Smith starting QB
Big-Rig Blocks WB Bay Bridge For Hours
No Serious Damage After Fire In High-rise
Bridge closes after rod snaps
Traffic Lighter As Closure Enters 2nd Day
SF Downtown
Twitter moving to larger office space
Hotel workers OK strike
Schwab office opens in style
Blue Angels Cancel Show Due To Fog
Protests Greet Ex-Israeli Prime Minister
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No Serious Damage After Fire In High-rise
SF City Hall
Jobless rate rises in S.F.
City Looks To Bag Paper, Not Just Plastic
S.F. sustains ties with Bangalore
Board Changes Tack On Immigrant Minors
Newsom Vetoes New City Sanctuary Law
Mayor Newsom Ends Run For Governor
Supes Pass Amended Sanctuary City Law
Board Changes Tack On Immigrant Minors
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Oct.2   San Francisco
 PG&E  PG&E to buy solar, natural gas power
Oct.3   San Francisco
 San Francisco  Man Gets Prison For Counterfeiting $30K
Oct.4  SF Bayview  Male victim fatally shot
 Candlestick  49ers Shut Rams Down 35-0
 Wells Fargo  Wells Fargo cutting credit
 SF Mission  Man wielding knife shot by police
Oct.5   UCSF  
  Molecular biologist Elizabeth H. Blackburn, 60, was awarded for the discovery of an enzyme that is essential to normal cell function
Oct.6   49ers Niners meet Crabtree in person
Oct.7   49ers   49ers agree to 6-year deal with Crabtree
  49ers and wide receiver Michael Crabtree agreed to a six-year contract in the wee hours after several months of difficult negotiations
 San Francisco  FBI chief urges cybercrime vigilance Oct.8   San Francisco Habitat buying empty homes  Highway 280  Pedestrian fatally struck by vehicles Oct.9   San Francisco     Ammiano Won't Apologize For Heckling
  Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's office is speaking out about insults he faced at a San Francisco Democratic fundraiser
 SF Downtown  Woman Hit, Killed By Vehicle Oct.10   SF Downtown Blue Angels Cancel Show Due To Fog Oct.11   San Francisco   Woods routs Yang to clinch Presidents Cup  Tiger Woods holed the winning putt as the U.S. took the Presidents Cup for a sixth time in eight events by beating the International team  SF Downtown  Blue Angels Fly Low Over SF Due To Fog  Candlestick  49ers Home Streak Ends, Lose To Falcons Oct.12   San Francisco   Governor Establishing Harvey Milk Day  Arnold Schwarzenegger's signing of the bill establishing 'Harvey Milk Day' each May 22, Milk's birthday  SF Downtown  35,000-plus expected for OpenWorld   San Francisco Man fatally stabbed Oct.13   South of Market Twitter moving to larger office space Oct.14  SF City Hall  Jobless rate rises in S.F.   Bay Bridge   Big-Rig Blocks WB Bay Bridge For Hours  All westbound lanes were closed for about five and a half hours a big-rig overturned mid-span and created a traffic nightmare   SF Downtown   No Serious Damage After Fire In High-rise   People on the street in Union Square had quite a show to watch as dozens of firefighters battled a smoky fire in a high-rise building Oct.15   San Francisco     Ellison touts new products at OpenWorld  Oracle's CEO is showing off new business software and a new data-storage system that he dubbed 'the fastest business computer in the world'   USF USF To Offer Some Courses At Half Price   Schwab Profit Tumbles 34% In 3rd Quarter   Raiders Raiders, 49ers Targeted For SoCal Stadium   San Francisco Man accused of 30-year Ponzi scheme   San Francisco   Pres. Obama Makes 1st SF Visit
  President Barack Obama is asking his supporters for patience at a pair of fundraisers for the Democratic Party and Organizing for America
 By the time the motorcade reached Union Square, hundreds of protesters and onlookers had gathered. Obama was met with both support and criticism in the first hours of his brief stay
Oct.16   San Francisco New York Times Launches SF Edition   Schwab SEC pressures Schwab to settle   PG&E PG&E to issue refunds to customers Oct.17   SF City Hall S.F. sustains ties with Bangalore Oct.19   SF Bayview Two males injured in shootout   San Francisco Body Found Aboard SF Muni Bus Oct.21   SF City Hall City Looks To Bag Paper, Not Just Plastic   Wells Fargo 3Q profit rises, but so do loan losses   SF City Hall Supes Pass Amended Sanctuary City Law   Twitter   Twitter Is Friend Of Google, Microsoft  Twitter Inc. is selling the rights to mine its communications hotbed to both Internet search leader Google Inc. and Microsoft   San Francisco   Lowe's readies S.F. store   Home improvement chain recently finalized a lease and soon will start constructing a large store at the same spot that Home Depot walked aw... Oct.22   SF Downtown   Hotel workers OK strike  The union representing 9,000 workers voted to authorize a strike as negotiations to renew a contract governing more than 60 hotels remain stalled   SF Downtown   Protests Greet Ex-Israeli Prime Minister  Demonstrators lined the sidewalk across from a hotel to protest a visit by Ehud Olmert. Counter-protesters are holding Israeli flags Oct.23   Highway 280 UCSF Officer Killed, 1 Hurt In I-280 Crash Oct.25  49ers  Texans hold off 49ers Oct.26   SF Chronicle   Chronicle saw worst circulation decline  Of the top 25 dailies, the San Francisco Chronicle saw the worst circulation decline, falling 25.8% to 251,782   49ers 49ers name Smith starting QB Oct.27   SF City Hall   Board Changes Tack On Immigrant Minors  The Sups approved to a measure that would keep from turning over minors to immigration authorities unless they guilty of a felony   SF Downtown   Schwab office opens in style   The opening of Charles Schwab's new flagship office drew an illustrious crowd. Mayor Gavin Newsom was in attendance   San Francisco Medivation to develop cancer drug   Bay Bridge   Bridge closes after rod snaps
  Authorities indefinitely closed the Bay Bridge after a rod and a metal brace erected during an emergency repair job fell onto the westbound lanes
 The brace was startling a pair of drivers who collided with the debris and leaving hundreds of others stranded in their cars during the evening commute
Oct.28  Bay  Bridge closure forces Rockets to ferry   Bay Bridge No Estimate When Bay Bridge Will Open   SF City Hall   Newsom Vetoes New City Sanctuary Law  Supervisors passed a measure that would prohibit local authorities from turning over minors to immigration officials until the minors have been convicted Oct.29   Bay Bridge   Traffic Lighter As Closure Enters 2nd Day  Engineers desperately tried to repair and fortify the bridge after a 5,000-pound piece of steel plummeted onto the span during rush hour this...   PG&E PG&E earnings rise on new investments   SF Bayview Developer unveils Hunters Point plan Oct.30   SF City Hall     Mayor Newsom Ends Run For Governor  San Francisco Mayor propelled the debate over gay marriage but struggled to find a popular message outside the Bay Area   Bay Bridge   Bridge Fix To Continue Into Weekend  Commuters confronted yet another day of heavy congestion as state transportation were unsure if it would open in time for Monday's commute   San Francisco   Fed Regulators Close Pacific National Bank  Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation shut 9 banks, mostly in West, as the weak economy continues to produce a stream of loan defaults Oct.31   Bay Bridge High-Speed Chase On Closed Bridge   BART   BART To Run 24-hours For Bridge Closure  Trains would run hourly to 14 stations. It is still unclear if the span will reopen for the Monday morning commute